Supra-Ethnic Design
Supra-Ethnic Design is an extended essay written during the degree honours programme in The Glasgow School of Art. The essay is written in an attempt to investigate the correlation between the multilingual policies set in 1966 (Singapore) and the impact it had on public signage and wayfinding design. Despite having four official languages, we can observe that English is more commonly used or emphasised in areas such as wayfinding, signage system, system of maps, information boards, etc. The purpose of the investigation is to find out, to what extent did the multilingual policies made in the past contributed or influenced the way public signage and wayfinding are designed today. 
 
Perfect-Bound Publication
148mm x 210mm
Inkjet Grayscale Print
Tutor: Darryl Lim
Total word count: 5,453
Supra-Ethnic Design
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Supra-Ethnic Design

An extended essay written in the degree honours programme in The Glasgow School of Art Singapore.
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