Where The F**k Was I?
202 Maps. 35,801 Locations. June 2010 to April 2011.
The data in this book was retrieved from the consolidated.db file of James Bridle’s iPhone. This information was recorded anonymously without the user’s knowledge, and represents the device’s own record of its location.

Where The F**k Was I?

202 Maps. 35,801 Locations. June 2010 to April 2011.

The data in this book was retrieved from the consolidated.db file of James Bridle’s iPhone. This information was recorded anonymously without the user’s knowledge, and represents the device’s own record of its location.

 
To provide Londoners with a coherent wayfinding system, the Legible London designers have broken the city down into three key spatial hierarchies:
Areas: ‘broad areas of the city’ such as the West End;
Villages: ‘commonly used names’ which Londoners use to quickly connect one part of the city to another;
Neighbourhoods: there are several neighbourhoods in each village.

To provide Londoners with a coherent wayfinding system, the Legible London designers have broken the city down into three key spatial hierarchies:

  • Areas: ‘broad areas of the city’ such as the West End;
  • Villages: ‘commonly used names’ which Londoners use to quickly connect one part of the city to another;
  • Neighbourhoods: there are several neighbourhoods in each village.