I’ve talked before about Seattle Public’s newish Big Beautiful Library, and others have mentioned the weird juxtaposition of amazing architecture with crummy laser-printed signage or post-it signage. It’s no surprise that you can have cleaner lines and more striking architecture without little notes everyplace saying “this way to the restroom” but those are the choices we have to make as librarians. Now it looks like Seattle is finally paying someone to fix their sign problem. [thanks carolyn]
2 thoughts on “SPL’s signage woes”
Do you really want some old catalog cards? If so, I have some.
Sheesh. It’s about time. The navigational/usability issues at that library drive me nuts.
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