Repairing Public Typography
For the assignment of finding and optimising an example of deficient typography in public space, I chose a local transport company, since they had recently redesigned everything in a rather careless way, which raised interesting accessibility issues. Many people (including myself) had problems using the ticket vending machine. I treated this as a solely typographic problem, and reorganised its interface accordingly. Furthermore, I redesigned the schedule poster so that one can intuitively grasp the frequency of buses at any time of day, as opposed to the exact hours. And I did a little work on their logo.
Infographics, Research, Typography / 2004