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Talk : The human face of smarter cities, exploring legibility in cities

As part of the Urban Innovation Centre (LDN) Wednesday Lunchtime Lecture series Mike Rawlinson of City ID will be talking about his work for Legible Cities and people’s understanding and experience of places as nmediated by information design.
What Environmental lettering, Graphic design
When May 13, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM

Tickets free though spaces to be reserved in advance here.

Venue info here.

Mike Rawlinson is a founding director of City ID based in Bristol and New York City. He is one of the world’s leading city wayfinding designers with extensive experience working on master planning, transportation, city identity and legibility projects in the UK and internationally including: Abu Dhabi (Masdar), Birmingham, Dublin, London (for TfL and London 2012), Moscow, New York and Rio de Janeiro. In particular, Mike is credited with developing the ‘Legible Cities’ movement, pioneered in Bristol, that seeks to improve people’s understanding and experience of places through the integration of urban design, information design and interaction design disciplines.

This event is part of our Wednesday Lunchtime Lecture series. Open to everyone, each session sees a speaker give a 25-minute presentation on key trends in cities and urban innovation. We’ll provide tea, coffee and the speaker; you just need to bring your lunch and some interesting questions.

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