#Visual problem solving #Identity
Warrior, are you ready to fight?
RMIT Building 201 wayfinding design
Summary of the project
I designed a storytelling wall for the bioscience faculty in their building entrance. It tells a story about the bioscience warrior fight for the virus monster and finally defeats them. The main highlight is that I combine the PPE mention with the story at the entrance of the door. The main style is combining with manga, MRI pictures.
我在生物科学学院的大楼入口处设计了一面会讲故事的墙。它讲述了一个生物科学 “战士” 与病毒怪物战斗并最终击败他们的故事。主要的亮点是，我将入口位置的 PPE 佩戴提醒与我的故事相结合，通过提醒这些“进训练场的战士准备好没”来提醒他们佩戴 PPE 防护套装。主要风格是结合漫画、MRI 屏幕设计。
What is the Problem?
The bioscience faculty asked for re-designing the entrance wall. They are not satisfied with what it looks like now. According to my observation, the entrance area can be separated by 3 main functions. I classified it through the columns in front of the wall that I had to design.
After I interviewed Tesintha, who currently study Master of Laboratory Medicine, she let me know that majorities of the student love their major, but they need an entrance that can engage and make them feel energetic and proud of what they are studying.
Idea of the solution.
I decided to make a storytelling wall with LED light to help create the visual identity for the bioscience faculty.
by using different containment, the tone of the story will change.
I decided to tell this story through the Egyptian wall print style cause it is religious, serious but it can be fun. But after reconsidered it with my tutor, I decided to change it, so I came up with idea that using mango style with MRI picture style to translate the story will be far more interesting than simply use Egyptian wall print.
She agrees with my idea about the bioscience warrior, which makes me insisted on this idea, though I have generated 5 ideas.
The most significant part of my proposal is how to combine PPE mention with the whole story. Because the design of the entire wall is a story, like the ending of a book, the writer will ask readers what they think and do. So I did the same thing by asking, “are you ready to fight?” mention the student wearing the story PPE.