A Ray of Hope for Air Travelers Following Signs

“…there is no better introduction to the chaotic nature of the [New York City] than its airports… ‘New York airports were among the most confusing in t

“…there is no better introduction to the chaotic nature of the [New York City] than its airports… ‘New York airports were among the most confusing in the world,’ said Paul Mijksenaar, the 57-year-old Dutch designer, who has been brought in by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to redo the obtuse airport signs… As an information designer, Mr. Mijksenaar’s specialty is taming chaos. Over the last two years, he has begun to turn the perplexing welter of signs at Kennedy, La Guardia and Newark into an orderly series of transitions that will ultimately replace more than 5,000 dated and confusing ones, easing the way for some 90 million travelers each year.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE