Wayfinding Strategy

Wayfinding Strategy

As a planner and wayfinding strategist, David helps people find their way and enjoy the journey.

Experience Design

Experience Design

In physical environments and online, David understands how to deliver extraordinary user experiences.

Graphic Design

Graphic Design

David's smart and snappy designs for print and web attract attention and communicate clearly.

Every Centennial Project

Digital Art

To mark Canada's 150th birthday, David is illustrating the modernist remnants of Canada's centennial.

Writing

Writing

David's articles explore the worlds of architecture, design, futurism, nostalgia and technology.

Artwork

Paint & Paper

David’s paintings and sculptures celebrate forgotten buildings and imaginary architecture.

Background

Over the past 15 years, David has built a creative practice that links user experience design, wayfinding strategy, historical research, community building, contemporary art, and graphic design.

His background includes a Masters of Research in Information Environments, for which he developed Social Wayshowing, a game-based wayfinding system in which participants collaborate to reveal the grassroots knowledge of the community.

Since then, David has led wayfinding planning for a design studio in Toronto, conducting research and devising strategies that enable everyone to easily find their way. David also maintains a practice as a contemporary artist; his paintings have been exhibited across Ontario, and his illustration series Every Centennial Project is ongoing.

“With his wealth of creativity and infinite patience, David easily guided me through the design process. His service was impeccable and his product, fresh and innovative.”

– Past client