The Foundry has been the home of Maynard’s London studio for the past 3 years. It’s the place where we come together to brainstorm ideas, prototype and test concepts, go for lunchtime walks by the canal, and ultimately design products and spaces that better the lives of the people who use them. During this past … Read More
Julian Maynard, Managing Director, is joining the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) and the Railway Industry Association’s (RIA) virtual trade mission to Australia. We invite fellow participants to connect with Julian for a virtual meeting and discuss opportunities for future collaboration.
Kate joined Maynard in 2015 in London, where she quickly became an integral part of the wayfinding team. With a background in Urban Design and Planning, Kate added a fresh new perspective that focused on the interface between urban design, wayfinding and the public realm. Kate’s passion for cities, sustainable modes of transport and digital … Read More
As part of Birmingham City University’s weekly Coffee Lounge Sessions, Maynard’s Head of Wayfinding and BCU Alumni Hayley Branston shared her personal journey into the world of wayfinding. She discussed her academic journey, from what inspired her to go into this field of design, through to some of the key projects in her career and … Read More
Our annual University of Reading MA Information Design student visit took on a slightly different form this year as Wayfinding Designers Elena McLoughlin and Hayley Branston were invited to present the studio virtually. We talked through day-to-day life at Maynard and explained our approach to wayfinding from project inception and information gathering, right through to sign implementation, … Read More
A hearty congratulations to Simone Speet, who has been promoted to Associate in our Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland team! Simone is currently leading Maynard’s work on the three new stations of the Auckland City Rail Link, as well as developing a wayfinding identity and guideline for Auckland Airport.
2021 marks a new era of thinking and living. The Maynard 2021 Trends explore topics in experiential travel, pandemic-proof urbanism and sustainably responsible design. Discover them here
Kicking off the year with some great news! Our wayfinding system for the UK’s first New Town has been shortlisted for the 2021 edition of the Transform Awards Europe in the Best Wayfinding or Signage category.
Get your gear to site then get your message to the people. Skiff is a flexible utility trailer and pop-up kiosk enabling sustainable transport teams to get gear to site with ease, then quickly deploy a pit stop via the in-built folding and nesting table. Sized around the components of the Ripple cycle rack, skiff … Read More
We believe that exceptional design should be made available to all. That is why we are pleased to be part of Westminster City Council’s landmark project to renew Ebury Bridge, a scheme that will deliver approximately 750 new high quality homes in the heart of the city, of which 50% will be affordable. Working in … Read More