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Examining the Longterm Health of the Tube Map and other Navigation Maps

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Tuesday, March 5th 2013


Max Roberts, a psychology professor, argues in an article at the Londonist website that no matter what new tech tools pop up, we’ll still need a basic map of the London Underground, along with other basic navigation maps. What is the longterm future of such maps?

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Max Roberts - University of Essex
Underground Maps Unravelled Purchase
Will There Always Be A Tube Map? Yes, And Here’s Why | Londonist


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