INTERPRETIVE DESIGN & SIGNAGE
To interpret is defined as “to translate or to explain” and this is the primary purpose of interpretive signage; to convey meaning and context of a place to the visitor. Ecoscape combines diligent and authentic research of a place with high-end, quality graphics to create compelling interpretive signage. Our innovative approach to interpretation design ensures we provide captivating opportunities and experiences for a visitor to develop a deep connection with a site. Our experience in environmental design detailing provides our team with an excellent understanding of signage materials, placement and finishes in regards to durability and practicality.
Ecoscape is at the forefront of developing and integrating innovative techniques and new opportunities in the digital realm to incorporate cutting edge technology into our interpretive design plans.
- Indigenous & European heritage research
- Interpretive planning & writing
- Interpretive signage design
- Wayfinding signage & maps
- Digital interpretation technologies (iBeacons, Qcodes, Podcasts, Bluetooth, etc.)
- Website & digital development & design
- Graphic design
- Place branding.
Ecoscape utilises the historical context of a place to thoughtfully inspire all of our interpretive projects. This leads to a more authentic experience of place. Practicality in terms of usability, access, budget and maintenance play a prominent role when designing signage and therefor ensure positive outcomes for both clients and visitors.
Ecoscape has been involved in interpretive design projects such as:
- Bilya Kard Boodja Lookout, City of Belmont
- Ayres Boardwalk, City of Belmont
- Mabel Talbot Reserve, City of Subiaco
- Craigie Senior High School Redevelopment, LandCorp
- May Carroll Park, Vision Plan, City of Gosnells
- Rottnest Island Coastal Walk Trails, Rottnest Island Authority
- Bunbury Timber Jetty Interpretation, City of Bunbury
- Minim Cove, LandCorp
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