A new report, Wayfinding Management: Models & Methods in Healthcare Environments, just released by the Sign Research Foundation offers protocols to make it as easy as possible for visitors to navigate massive and often overwhelming facilities.
The report looks at best practices in large healthcare institutions where visitors rely on signs and maps to guide them through these everchanging landscapes. Many of these best practices may be applied outside healthcare—to any complex facility that relies on efficiently navigating visitors.
Seven case studies dive into the people, processes, and tools that large medical facilities in the U.S. implemented to manage their wayfinding systems, from static signage to wayfinding apps.
These case studies focus on operational and organizational systems and provide the basis for optimization in establishing or improving wayfinding systems and operations.
Click here to download Wayfinding Management: Models & Methods in Healthcare Environments from the Sign Research Foundation.