The Sanderson Gulch Trail system identification is based on the history of the area it is situated in from the Arapaho people who first lived here to the industrial development of the gold-rush era. The pallet is based on colors found in nature along the trail and paired together for maximum impact through out the route.
Though the Sanderson Gulch Trail is a great connector from Lakewood CO down to the Platte River in Denver CO, there are several areas of the trail that could be improved for safety and a better user experience.
This project serves to point out and solve several of these issues, and also expands the usefulness of the trail by including nearby and far off destinations that may be of interest to the users of the system.
I determined areas of needed improvement and designed the new identity including a collection of signage types and placement locations.
The design process: