Tagged: Print Design

Legible London Prototypes

Working with City ID to examine and test map scales for Legible London in the outer boroughs

Yellowfields was engaged by leading urbanists and wayfinding practitioners, City ID to assist in the Richmond and Twickenham pilot for Legible London. Based in Richmond, the aim was to carry out an evaluation of the Legible London [ … ]

Phenomenology of Space

Development of a spatial experience recording graph for Mathew Emmett

Yellowfields collaborated with architect and conceptual artist, Dr Mathew Emmett, in the design of a means of visually recording the phenomenological experience of space, and how it may inform architectural intervention. [ … ]

High-Speed Rail Diagrams

One of numerous maps developed for Greengauge 21 helping make the case for high-speed rail in Britain

Since its inception, Yellowfields has been engaged by Greengauge 21, an organisation conceived as an umbrella under which all those with an interest in a high speed rail network can come together and openly and publicly debate [ … ]

Design Resource

The West Midlands Region developed for use in a transport strategy

Yellowfields creates a wide range of mapping and supporting graphics to support organisations and companies across all their activities. [ … ]

Freight Accessibility Maps

Example of mapping developed to demonstrate freight accessibility

Yellowfields was been engaged by Transport & Travel Research Ltd over several years to help fulfil its consulting roles with numerous local authorities in providing urban freight movement [ … ]

Metrolink Manchester

Development of the Metrolink network

Whilst working for transport planning consultants Steer Davies Gleave, Jason was part of the team appointed by Metrolink to re-brand and revitalise its tram network in Manchester. [ … ]

Golf Course (Info)graphics

Map development work for golf course graphics

Jason is new to the game of golf, but seems to have some aptitude for it—although probably rather too late in life to capitalise on it! However, the information graphics [ … ]