Design to be Seen: The main entrance should be easy to locate and distinguishable from the rest of the building
This entrance is easy to identify due to its use of a bright colour, which contrasts with the main building facade and footpath. The shape of the entrance naturally directs people towards the doors. The glass doors should be outlined to make them more visible for users with low vision.
This entrance uses a bright colour and aesthetically pleasing materials (wood) to attract users. The shape of the entrance ‘funnels’ pedestrians towards the door.
The distinctive design of this building and clear signage make the main entrance easily identifiable.
This entrance is easy to identify through its use of a bright colour to contrast with the surrounding environment. The use of large lettering with both “ENTRY” and an arrow further helps to distinguish it as an entrance point.