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Additionally, the signs are strategically placed along the walking trail next to the stormwater treatment system; in other words, one can’t walk the trail without encountering the small signs and their intriguing info-bites. Finally, every sign in this system is bright yellow, making it impossible to miss. 9). 8. At Pierce County Environmental Services, numerous signs each offer a digestible tidbit of information, carefully balancing text and graphics (design: Bruce Dees & Associates, SvR Design Company, The Miller|Hull Partnership; photograph: Stuart Echols).
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3). 3. In the Rain Garden at the Oregon Convention Center a river abstraction tells the story of water’s journey from rooftop to river (design: Mayer/Reed; photograph: Eliza Pennypacker). 30 Artful Rainwater Design Education Objective: Provide ideas to learn about water treatment types Technique: Make stormwater treatment systems visible and legible; include a variety of stormwater treatment systems in the design Education Objective: Provide ways to learn through signage Technique: Provide simple signage that uses brief text, clear graphics, location, and color that attract people Project: Pierce County Environmental Services, Chambers Creek, WA, Bruce Dees & Associates, SvR Design Company, The Miller|Hull Partnership Making the stormwater treatment system visible and legible encourages visitors to notice the treatment strategy and either instantly grasp it or (perhaps even more intriguing) piece the puzzle together to comprehend how the site manages runoff.