Good design can reduce stress of visiting the hospital

March 18, 2020

As healthcare facilities grow in complexity and scale, good design can reduce stress of visiting the hospital, according to an article on the Daily Journal of Commerce website.

For instance, wayfinding helps people feel more comfortable.

It’s safe the assume that many visitors to these medical facilities already have a certain amount of stress, so it's wise to approach our design solutions with a great amount of delicacy, in terms of the visitor experience.

For instance, the use of large-scale graphics can provide memorable cues at key entry points.

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