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Evidence Study Randers Regional Hospital

Camilla Düsterdich Hansen & Pernille Rahbek Simonsen

As part of a restoration program, applying layman’s terms to wards and treatment rooms, Triagonal has developed new wayfinding systematic and information design for Randers Regional Hospital. As part of the project we have conducted an evidence study at Randers Regional Hospital to test the effect of our wayfinding strategy. The study investigates the effect of the implemented wayfinding design by before-and-after studies. The results of the study show an enhancement in patients’ ease of navigating through the hospital.
The report has an English abstract while the report is written in Danish.

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Wayfinding and the Future

By Triagonal Information Design

2020

This is the fourth article in a series of four, where we open up a discussion about the significance and future of good wayfinding. Based on evidence-based research and two decades of experience from guiding people in complex environments like airports, hospitals and other public areas, we discuss the role of wayfinding as an enabler of intuitive journeys, followed by an article on wayfinding for all of us – regardless of our cognitive, physical and emotional capacity. The third article focuses on how wayfinding can enhance the overall experience of a service, and finally – the fourth article revolves around where we believe that wayfinding is heading, and the role of new technologies in informing that development.

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Improving Service Journeys

By Triagonal Information Design

2020

This is the third article in a series of four, where we open up a discussion about the significance and future of good wayfinding. Based on evidence-based research and two decades of experience from guiding people in complex environments like airports, hospitals and other public areas, we discuss the role of wayfinding as an enabler of intuitive journeys, followed by an article on wayfinding for all of us – regardless of our cognitive, physical and emotional capacity. The third article focuses on how wayfinding can enhance the overall experience of a service, and finally – the fourth article revolves around where we believe that wayfinding is heading, and the role of new technologies in informing that development.

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Designing for Diversity

By Triagonal Information Design

2020

This is the second article in a series of four, where we open up a discussion about the significance and future of good wayfinding. Based on evidence-based research and two decades of experience from guiding people in complex environments like airports, hospitals and other public areas, we discuss the role of wayfinding as an enabler of intuitive journeys, followed by an article on wayfinding for all of us – regardless of our cognitive, physical and emotional capacity. The third article focuses on how wayfinding can enhance the overall experience of a service, and finally – the fourth article revolves around where we believe that wayfinding is heading, and the role of new technologies in informing that development.

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Wayfinding Empowers

By Triagonal Information Design

2020

This is the first article in a series of four, where we open up a discussion about the significance and future of good wayfinding. Based on evidence-based research and two decades of experience from guiding people in complex environments like airports, hospitals and other public areas, we discuss the role of wayfinding as an enabler of intuitive journeys, followed by an article on wayfinding for all of us – regardless of our cognitive, physical and emotional capacity. The third article focuses on how wayfinding can enhance the overall experience of a service, and finally – the fourth article revolves around where we believe that wayfinding is heading, and the role of new technologies in informing that development.

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