Redesign of a car park: the application of wayfinding principles
In the wayfinding literature the aim generally is to increase the body of tested knowledge about wayfinding behaviour in relation to the built environment. The main quality criterion for this research is the validity of the results. In design situations an additional quality criterion is whether the results will be applicable given the requirements and the restrictions of the situation at hand. The results should also be productive, that is, useful for analysis and for translation into proposals for realizable design interventions.