designer + developer
eyli@princeton.edu | résumé

stop & go

rethink the stop sign

stopgo

create a stop and go sign without any of the traditional indications of stop and go.

in my visual form class, we were tasked to design a stop and go sign with the above constraint, begining with the stop sign. i began by sketching fifty possibilities, before narrowing it down to the ten shown below.

v1

from here, i selected option 9 and began iterating on it. 9 was the most effective as the arrow leading to the line conveyed a hard stop, whereas others were slightly harder to distinguish a meaning from. as you can see, i played with various weights and lengths before eventually moving away to a circle, which i decided was more appealing to the eye and could appear in more situations.

  • v2
  • v3
  • v4
  • v5
  • v6
  • v7
  • v8
  • v9
  • v10
  • v11
  • v12
  • v13

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