The ‘Airport Wayfinding Manual’ is an extensive guide on wayfinding design and implementation for airports. This book draws on Paul Symonds experience from auditing a number of UK airports,  and includes consideration for how we move and find our way through these bustling locations, but also the commercial needs of the stakeholders. The book includes concepts such as decision points, human and social factors in wayfinding, signage design basics, the use or space, and the heuristic nature of wayfinding. This is a book that is not only useful for managers who must plan and fix the existing wayfinding issues in airports, but for those interested in learning the basics of how we guide people and how we are guided through touristic locations. The book also includes guidelines for auditing locations for wayfinding.