Thompson then laid out the need-to-know information when embarking on a trip through the airport: first, which flight, then which gate, then the seat, next the boarding zone, as well as a separate demarcation for the time (since it’s the most singular obsession when boarding a flight). He came up with two iterations of a newly-designed pass:
The second of which can be easily branded to a particular airline by adding color and logos:
What do you think, dear readers? Pipe dream or feasible vision for a new age in design?
In the meantime, peep loads more of Thompson’s design work on his blog, New to York.