Making a Legible City
Mike Rawlinson, 25 February 2013
Mike spoke about his experience working across disciplines to develop unique design, information and wayfinding solutions to improve user experience of cities, places and spaces. He presented a selection of his processes and projects to show just what helps to make a city legible.
Mike Rawlinson is the founding director of City ID, a studio based in Bristol and New York and known for their work in making cities more welcoming, engaging and easier to navigate. Mike has been a visiting lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan and University of Urbino in Italy and has advised cities and organisations in Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Japan, Poland, South Korea and Spain on wayfinding, city image and identity issues.