Wayfinding Sans Pro
A type family designed by Ralf Herrmann that sets a new standard for legibility in the context of signage and wayfinding. Wayfinding Sans is not just “yet another signage typeface”. This project is unique in many ways. Ralf Herrmann, the designer of Wayfinding Sans Pro, started this projects with extensive field studies, driving tens of thousands of miles to explore the legibilty of road signage typeface in dozens of countries around the world. These explorations along with an extensive study of relevant scientific legibilty research and an innovative design process resulted in a typeface perfectly suited for any signage use.
Among many others, users of Wayfinding Sans Pro include El Dorado International Airport, Metro Rio, the city of Santa Cruz and the Indonesian Railway Company.
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