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395_Paper_1_Signs - Stacy Devino EECS 395 4/10/08...

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Unformatted text preview: Stacy Devino EECS 395 4/10/08 Interaction experience The Signs of the Francis Searle Building Since this was the first time that I have had a class within this building, I thought that my unfamiliarity would help me see the problems in the Francis Searle Building. While there are many things that do not seem quite right, I decided to focus on the thing which frustrated me the most: the signs. The most obvious problem is that the signs are poorly placed. Please see below for some examples of this error. The last two pictures are of signs which are placed around corners from the main hall. The first example is this map of the building which can bee seen below. . This sign is impossible to notice, much less use. Where is it currently placed, it is doubtful that anyone uses it or notices it. While the placement is bad, the signs themselves are difficult to use. Clearly, the signs of the Francis Searle Building where designed to be aesthetically pleasing. The problem is that this heavily detracted from the designed to be aesthetically pleasing....
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