Give your opinion on the new wayfinding signs in the Gorlaeus Building
Do you know how to find your way around the Gorlaeus Building? Or do you ever find yourself looking for a lecture hall for your lecture or meeting room? We are upgrading the wayfinding signs and we need your opinion! Please come to the atrium in the week of 19 June and take part in the pilot survey!
In November this year, phase 2A of the Gorlaeus Building will be completed. The building will then be double its current size and nearly finished. Form Spring 2024 onwards, students and staff will start to actually use the building. Time to take a good look at the signage.
Give your opinion
From Monday 19 June until Thursday 22 June, you will find several test signs in the Gorlaeus Building. You can come and test them yourself in the atrium. Your feedback on aspects such as reading distance, clarity and look-and-feel will help us design the final signage.
The aim of the pilot is to test a new sign design among various users; visitors, staff and students. Here, we are looking at wayfinding for orientation, referencing and finding destinations in the building. Participation in the pilot will take about 15 minutes.
Your opinion is important. Will you come along too? We will take your feedback into account in the final design for the Gorlaeus Building.
More information about the project? Then contact Nienke Swaders firstname.lastname@example.org