In 2004 Visualvoice worked with the City of Melbourne to develop a ‘3D digital map’ of the city, unique at the time. This became the first map based pedestrian wayfinding system for Melbourne CBD. Since then Visualvoice’s expertise and strategic planning of wayfinding projects has helped promote cities, activity centres and precincts, trails and sustainable transport through signage, print and digital media for local governments nationally.
Visualvoice’s aim is to raise the bar in spatial communication and navigation by promoting often unknown connections and enabling greater place discovery. The outcome for residents can be behavioural change such as increased levels of walking and cycling through better local area knowledge while the outcome for visitors can enhance and empower their experience of place.
Visualvoice have the ability to design simple and effective solutions that balance the needs of the client, customer, and the public outdoor environment.
Michelle Desailly, Marketing & City Identity
Parramatta City Council (NSW)
Your excellent communication with us made the distance between Western Australia and Victoria irrelevant.
Kieran Kinsella, CEO
Midland Redevelopment Authority (WA)
Visualvoice’s strategic advice proved to be invaluable to achieving an effective, legible wayfinding system. The design work is of an exceptionally high standard and easy to understand.
Chris Morris, Sustainable Transport Officer
Moonee Valley City Council (VIC)