Pullen Creek Interpretive Signs
|Client:||Municipality of Skagway|
|Components:||Graphic Design, Interpretive Design|
With construction complete on our quarter mile Pullen Creek StreamWalk project in Skgaway, we were asked to further refine our interpretive plan that linked the interpretive opportunities along the corridor. The plan was updated through a series of public meetings and coordination with the local schools, National Park Service, Native Tribe, and local historians and naturalists. Work also included developing a detailed sign plan for both interpretation and wayfinding, the designs for twenty-nine signs, and to procure them for the client. We provided all services including partnering with an artist for sign illustrations and photographers for imagery. The signs were manufactured and installed in 2016 and include a variety of sign formats including smaller 12"x18" signs to large 4'x8' wayfinding maps. Specialized sign content is dedicated to visiting children, the National Park Service Junior Ranger program, and to assist the local school's education curriculum. Several signs are interactive and have movable components.