Mark Muller provides integrated consultancy and design services for branded, multi-platform wayfinding, transport and information systems that generate and improve user interaction throughout the public and private realm and the working built environment.

His project contribution delivers an integral link between brand vision and customer navigation needs through informed movement strategy and tailored wayfinding deliverables.

Mark understands that a collaborative and transparent relationship with clients, employers, stakeholders, suppliers and project partners is paramount to successful delivery and he has a proven track record of delivering
value-added collaboration, close working and efficient client management services.

Providing consultancy for infrastructure and government-led initiatives has given Mark an informed understanding of the challenges unique to large scale projects and a clear methodology for management protocol, conflict resolution and change-enabling best practice.

Underpinning his output is the proven belief that strategic and effective wayfinding design can inspire behavioral change in both a client's customers and staff, delivering value for money and helping to improve social well being, the economy and the environment.

The considered provision of information throughout the user experience that generates a positive and learnt understanding of the way forward, or back. Not exclusive to the built environment, the user experience encompasses our everyday interaction with technology, transport, physical tasks and the things around us.

Sector experience
Airport, Architecture, Aviation, Business Improvement Districts (BID's), Charity, Editorial, Electronic goods, Engineering, Health care, Local, State and Federal Government, Infrastructure, Product design, Publishing, Stadia, Transport, Tourism, Utilities and Zoological.

The last 12 months have seen Mark engaged in new and exciting opportunities for the architectural, local authority and health care sectors.

Mark was contracted by Zaha Hadid Architects to originate and lead the information design and
ZHA-led consortium outputs for a global architectural competition.

He was then approached by Whybrow Signing Consultants to provide cartographic design services for The Greenwich Peninsular residential development wayfinding scheme which was immediately followed by a commission from Waterloo East based consultancy FWDesign to provide similar services for the extension of the Legible Brighton and Hove wayfinding scheme.

Mark is currently delivering an environmental graphic information system for The Institute of Cancer Research and in the process has been approached by The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust to deliver architectural signing for their newly opened Centre for Molecular Pathology.