Guiding visitors around museums becomes a complex proposition when you consider that layouts (and even the buildings themselves) are often not standard or permanent. Visitors also behave differently when they tour museums, so providing clear signage is paramount.
Improving museum wayfinding systems and implementing best practices involves six steps which include observing how visitors move in each space, identifying key audiences and goals, identifying and specifying the full range of wayfinding needs specific to your museum, and embracing openness, accessibility, and flexibility.
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