Wayfinding is a term architects employ to describe the methods they use to help people move through a building or a space with ease.
For example, a hospital utilizes signs, colors and other tools to help visitors find their way to specific offices or parts of the building.
Anyone who has ever gone somewhere and found only confusion can certainly appreciate attention to detail. We feel more relaxed when we know where we are and how to reach our destination. When guesswork is removed, our confidence soars. Continue reading “Jesus shows us the way”