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FAU Recycling Re-Design

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Date Issued:
2014
Summary:
Since 2009, Florida Atlantic University has instilled 1 major recycling organization with little success due to a small amount of public awareness, and lack of a visual system. Our proposal is to collect all recycling receptacles and create a unified system that is easily accessible to all visitors of the FAU campus. Our team of designers will work to develop symbols, a cohesive color scheme, a map of campus displaying receptacle locations, and a poster campaign to promote the new recycling system. Along with the new visual language we will be implementing, we will be decommissioning the current receptacles to instill one single receptacle for all outdoor uses and a smaller size of that same container for indoor environments. Ultimately, we aim to improve the rate at which students, faculty, and staff decrease the ecological footprint of FAU and increase the campus’ sustainability.
Title: FAU Recycling Re-Design.
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Name(s): Frydman, Alvaro
Nunez, Ross
Rosser, Scott
Thomas, David
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Poster
Date Issued: 2014
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University Digital Library
Physical Form: Online Resource
Extent: 1 p.
Language(s): English
Summary: Since 2009, Florida Atlantic University has instilled 1 major recycling organization with little success due to a small amount of public awareness, and lack of a visual system. Our proposal is to collect all recycling receptacles and create a unified system that is easily accessible to all visitors of the FAU campus. Our team of designers will work to develop symbols, a cohesive color scheme, a map of campus displaying receptacle locations, and a poster campaign to promote the new recycling system. Along with the new visual language we will be implementing, we will be decommissioning the current receptacles to instill one single receptacle for all outdoor uses and a smaller size of that same container for indoor environments. Ultimately, we aim to improve the rate at which students, faculty, and staff decrease the ecological footprint of FAU and increase the campus’ sustainability.
Identifier: FA0005016 (IID)
Subject(s): College students --Research --United States.
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fau/fd/FA0005016
Owner Institution: FAU