Too many people getting lost in new downtown library
Professional is hired to create directional signs
By KERY MURAKAMI
Faulk is a professional "wayfinder" -- which is a fancy way of saying she makes signs. The Seattle Public Library hired her this year to help book borrowers and tourists -- especially tourists -- navigate the $170 million library, which may have included fluorescent, chartreuse escalators, but not many signs.
There really is a job for everything.
Posted by Cromely at 12:25 AM