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GB/T 20501.7-2014: Public information guidance systems -- Design principles and requirements for guidance elements -- Part 7: Information index sign
This Part of GB/T 20501 defines the composition of the information index sign; specifies the design principle, content requirements and layout requirements of the information index sign.
GB/T 20501.7-2014
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF
THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 01.080.01
A 22
Partially replacing GB/T 20501.3-2006
Public information guidance systems - Design principles
and requirements for guidance elements –
Part 7. Information index sign
ISSUED ON. SEPTEMBER 3, 2014
IMPLEMENTED ON. FEBRUARY 1, 2015
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection
and Quarantine;
Standardization Administration Committee.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative references ... 4
3 Terms and definitions ... 4
4 Design principle ... 5
5 Requirements for information index sign content ... 6
6 Layout requirements for information index sign ... 9
Foreword
GB/T 20501 Guidance system for public information - Design principles and requirements of guidance elements consists of the following parts.
- Part 1. Graphical signs and relative elements;
- Part 2. Writing signs and relative elements;
- Part 3. Layout plan and area function graph;
- Part 4. Street guidance map;
- Part 5. Portable printing matter;
- Part 6. Direction sign;
- Part 7. Information index sign.
This Part is the 7th part of GB/T 20501.
This Part was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T 1.1-2009 Directives for standardization - Part 1. Structure and drafting of standards. This Part was redrafted according to the new structure based on GB/T
20501.3-2006 Guidance system for public information - Design principles and requirements of guidance elements - Part 3. Layout plan and area function graph. This Part replaces the content of Clause 5 of GB/T 20501.3-2006. This Standard was proposed by and shall be under the jurisdiction of National Technical Committee on Graphic symbols of Standardization Administration of China (SAC/TC 59).
The drafting organizations of this Part. China Institute of Standardization, State Railway Administration Transport Supervision and Management
Division, Beijing Way Finding Four-dimensional City-oriented System
Planning and Design Co., Ltd., Beijing Science and Technology Commission. Main drafters of this Part. Chen Yongquan, Bai Dianyi, Chen Ziding, Ma Bin, Li Jingjing, Zhou Chuanyu, Zhang Liang, Wang Xin.
Public information guidance systems - Design principles
and requirements for guidance elements –
Part 7. Information index sign
1 Scope
This Part of GB/T 20501 defines the composition of the information index sign; specifies the design principle, content requirements and layout requirements of the information index sign.
This Part is applicable to the design of information index sign in urban entrances and exits (such as civil airports, railway passenger stations), city traffic (such as public transport hubs and stations, neighborhoods), city public services and leisure facilities (such as shopping, medical venues, sports venues, entertainment places, hotels, tourist attractions, car parks) and other public places. The design of the information index sign in the workplace can refer to this Part.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
GB/T 10001 (all parts), Public information graphical symbols for use on sign
GB/T 15565 (all parts), Graphical symbol - Terms
GB/T 16903.1, Rules for the presentation of graphical symbols for use on signs - Part 1. Design principles for public information graphical symbols GB/T 20501.1, Public information guidance systems - Design principles
and requirements for guidance elements - Part 1. General
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions defined in GB/T and Figure 4). The maximum word height of the location information text shall not be less than the maximum word height of the function information text. 5.2.2 The location information is usually composed of the name and/or
number of the location. The name or number in the location information shall be consistent with the original plan. Floor number is a common form of
location information, usually composed of "floor number" information and "storey" information together.
5.2.3 The “number of floors” in the floor number shall be indicated by Arabic numerals or in Chinese. When using the Arabic numerals, the word height in the upper storey shall not be less than the height of the adjacent Chinese characters or letters. The word height in the basement shall not be greater than the word height of the adjacent Chinese characters or letters.
5.2.4 The "storey" information in the floor number shall be expressed in capital letters or Chinese characters, and meet the following requirements. a) when using the English alphabet to represent " storey" information, the " storey" in the ground storey shall be represented by the capital letter "F", and the "storey" in the underground shall be represented by the capital letter "B" (see Figure 1); and.
1) the "floor number" information in the floor number shall be expressed in Arabic numerals greater than 0, and the ground storey is
expressed as "×F", such as "2F"; the underground storey is
expressed as "B×", such as "B2";
2) when the upper storey is represented, the letter height of the letter F shall be not less than 0.6 times the height of the adjacent digits and
not more than 1 times the height of the adjacent digits;
3) when the basement is represented, the word height shall not be less
than 0.6 times the letter B and not more than 1 times the letter B
height;
b) when using Chinese characters to express the "storey" information, the ground storey shall be expressed as "×层 ", such as "2 层 "; the
underground storey shall be expressed as "地下×层", such as "地下 2
层”.
5.3 Function information
5.3.1 The function information is represented by graphical symbols and/or text. The function information is composed as follows.
- mainly composed of graphic symbols with auxiliary text (see Figure 1); 6.2 When the location information is composed of the name or number of
the area, the location information and the corresponding function information shall be arranged from top to bottom or from left to right in the order of the area name or number.
6.3 When the location information is composed of the floor number, the
location information and the corresponding function information shall be arranged from top to bottom column or multi columns in the actual order of the floor in the sign layout. When arranged in multi columns, the information of the next column shall be at the right of the previous column.
6.4 The information index sign on the layout shall highlight the current location of the area or floor information (see Figure 1 and Figure 4).
NOTE There are a number of ways to choose from, for example, repeating the current location information in the message name of the information index sign, or designing the current location information and/or the corresponding function information into different colors or styles, etc. A variety of methods can be used in order to enhance the outstanding effect.
6.5 There should be a clear interval between the adjacent location
information in the information index sign or the adjacent function information corresponding to the different location information.
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