Cinema audience historian at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Also educational designer with a focus on spatial and navigational models for thinking and learning.
Desire paths: rational collective reaction not loved by municipal designers
Here to ask: how does design make it easier for people to navigate idiosyncratically?
Which obstacles make it harder?
And when responses to obstacles become shareable and consistent, and interact with environmental conditions, what patterns result and what do we learn from those?
Has real head with face and everything, but here content to be seen as small green square.