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Compass ring and the sun | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

Compass ring and the sun

Gothamist asks “How to Find Your Way When Leaving the Subway”. While a spray painted stencil idea is good, the credibility factor should probably be questioned. So design wise, what’s the best way to figure out the direction you need to go after getting out of a train? If there isn’t any sun in site, how about a compass ring? Seems pretty logical. If you scroll down a bit in the story, there are some other great suggestions. Read all about it HERE.

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