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Endpoint’s London Studio Hosts Graphic Design Students from Norway


Endpoint’s London Studio Hosts Graphic Design Students from Norway


The event, which took place on Friday 28th October, was a deep dive into the wayfinding industry. It centred around insights and discussion on Endpoint’s wayfinding system and signage for the National Museum, Norway.

Hosted by Endpoint London’s Wayfinding Design Director, Alison Richings, alongside Senior Industrial Designer, Paul Garratt, the visitors were given an introduction to Endpoint, plus insights into the scope of our work, and how we work with external partners and suppliers.

The main focus of the event was Endpoint’s contribution to the recently opened National Museum, Norway – a bilingual wayfinding system that was simple and easy to follow in both Norwegian and English. Alison and Paul shared how we worked with the whole design team and how our wayfinding system improved visitors’ experience.

Paul sharing his experience on other projects with the students

The session not only gave the undergraduates a chance to review product samples, they were able to actively participate in a Q&A session with their Endpoint hosts, covering everything from graphic design studies to Endpoint’s latest projects. We thoroughly enjoyed hosting the event and look forward to welcoming more students for similar sessions in the future.

The students reviewing a number of samples & prototypes with Alison

Curious about our work at the National Museum Norway? Read the full case study.

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