May 30, 2023 Our collaboration with Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District, Studio Outside, Lake Flato Architects, and Bridge Project will yield a modest program of interpretive signage punctuated with three major learning nodes: The Confluence, The Roots, and The Recharge (shown here). These learning nodes are anchored by installations that are equal parts art and water conservation education.
May 22, 2023 ALS Association’s Under Ballou Skies fundraising events this past week marked fd2s’s sixth year of involvement with the organization. As always, the dinner, auction, and golf tournament were fun, but seeing funds and awareness being raised for ALS patients in Texas is what will bring us back every year!
May 17, 2023 Several days of walking, driving, interviewing, photographing, and imbibing with visitors, residents, faculty members, business owners and operators, and other interested stakeholders, in the Ward yielded a wealth of information. These insights will inform our team’s wayfinding strategy and design efforts for this mixed-use neighborhood of over 450 businesses and 3,000 residents that receives 2M+ visitors annually. Historic Third Ward is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
February 27, 2023 Our team, which includes translation specialists, is working with UCHealth to design and implement system-wide, second-language signage that addresses a sizable percentage of their 1M+ patient visits each year.
January 27, 2023 Wayfinding and identification for the new headquarters of this business-focused streaming TV service, whose modest vision is to become the global leader in entertainment, is an extension of the architectural design vocabulary.
January 27, 2023 The interpretive program for this 3.3-acre site will speak to a variety of audiences, including veterans, naturalists, and history buffs, with particular emphasis on North Central Texas and the community of Flower Mound.
October 14, 2022 A new signage program incorporates the community’s brand and reinforces a stronger sense of community for a town biforcated by a large lake.
October 14, 2022 The coordinated system of markers that include totems, medallions, pavement markings, and art displays lend personality and clarity to Lewisville's impressive inventory of public amenities.
fd2s regularly produces resources and tools that reflect our 35+ years of experience in the development and management of wayfinding programs and other design solutions for the physical environment.
These documents provide information that will help administrators, architects, and planners to better understand and address challenges related to the development and management of their own wayfinding or donor recognition programs.