Love this concept. How about taking the MTA subway map and doing this? Awesome.
1. They can break, fail, and go out of service, which paper maps can’t.
2. They only allow one person at a time to use them. With a paper map multiple people at the same time can look at it and see how to get somewhere.
3. Kids will stand there and play with them, rendering them useless for New York commuters.
1. What’s with the diamonds at the top?
2. All the extra space at the top is strange. It also feels aligned wrong. How many fonts and casing styles are they using?
3. “NY USA” is that necessary?
4. Will the “4d, 1,2, 3, 9, 15, etc” labels be there? Why? Seems like visual noise.
5. Shame about the MM/DD/YYYY thing which is the inverse in most other countries? What’s wrong with 1-JAN-1970 which is impossible to misinterpret? And is the leading zero really necessary?
6. “Date of issue” can be reduced to “Issued” and is it a smaller font that the rest?
7. “Date of expiry” can be reduced to “Expires.”
8. Are they going to silo (isolate from background) the main photo? If so, how will they do that? It’s not easy to do that and make hair look natural.
9. Organ donor location seems like an afterthought.
10. Long names below the second photo look like they might not fit.
11. My address is “111 Central Park West Apt 4D” is that going to fit on one line?