- What is the role of the designer in emergency situations regarding information design, signage system?
- Why is it important to consider information design to prevent or handle those crises?
- Are there some references related to emergency situations in the field of the signage system (widely information design) model?
- The possibilities to be able to deal with the crisis of the signage system.
- As traditionally prominent designers in the field of signage system, what points do they consider?
- What are the advantages/downsides of the existing signage systems in various real situations?
- How can new alternatives compensate the disadvantages appropriately?
- Are there more points of consideration to develop advantages of the existing?
- How can I bring existing references to current states with improved technologies?
- An appropriate connection between proper rules of design and emerging technologies.
I might be able to expect the field of my FMP as a package of interactive signage system which is a kind of digitalised model for the emergency situation. For a long time, as a graphic designer, I have frequently been thinking about the social role of the graphic designer. And, I realised that I can bring this thought to the wider context in the field of interaction design which has a tremendous potential to be able to deal with this situation more effectively than just considering the aspect of traditional graphic design.
I might argue that even though there has been apparently well-organised signage system developed by a large number of designers in ages, there is incalculable damage of human life year in and year out. However, there are fewer efforts to improve signage system with new research of design as well as emerging diverse technologies than other fields of design such as industrial design and architecture.