My directory signage calls upon the high x-height of Futura to increase legibility from great distances and reflect the geometry of the library building. Here I placed emphasis on the O's to reference to the circular form of the library's grand clock at the entrance and relate the circular icons and directional elements of the sign. I've placed small iconographic illustrations here to create unity within the other two parts of the wayfinding package.
My maps refer to the career-forward vision of Penn College through bold and futuristic design choices. The grand scale of the map echos the monolithic structure they are present in, and the area I've placed them into allows the map to serve as piece of functional art. The leaflet version's clinical and blueprint-esque look and feel alludes to the college's technical nature.
These designs were to reflect six displays in the Madigan Library. From left to right, top to bottom, they stand for digital marketing, science, medical, culinary, business, and welding. I chose to use hands to reflect the college's hands-on marketing point, repeating again the circular geometry and sampling the red from the exterior of the building to both bring this statement color indoors as well as call attention to the symbols and the display cases they are to be present in.