The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is a multi-purpose university building at UBC, containing a library, campus resources, classrooms and meeting rooms. As the building has evolved and been added to over the decades, the wayfinding was a great challenge - there are multiple entrances to the building, with some entering on the second level, and the main library entrance and information centers were centralized and moved.
Over-sized level-ID system is visible from many angles at a distance.
Signage covered destination and level identification, directional signage, customizable tenant signage, and a building directory map.
Site research determined circulation planning, signage locations and message scheduling.