Aaron Sportack is an Experiential Graphic Designer and Wayfinding Expert at PUBLIC Architecture in Vancouver.
Aaron Sportack graduated with a Bachelor of Design, Communication Design from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design.
As a communication designer specializing in environmental graphics, Aaron Sportack is passionate about creating wonderful user experiences for built environments. Aaron Sportack has been working in multidisciplinary design communities for 8 years. This has included artwork installations, interpretive-signage, and wayfinding as well as collaborations to integrate digital systems into project spaces. With his background in design and psychology, Aaron Sportack is fascinated by how people interpret and interact with the world around them. He is always looking for new opportunities afforded by evolving trends in culture and technology.
- His Bachelor of Design from Emily Carr University was earned with a focus on typographic systems, information design and art direction.
- BA from Canadian Mennonite University majoring in Psychology.
- he has 10 years of production design experience using InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. Experience with 3D modeling, CAD, and UX design tools.
- He balances creative and analytical thinking (I.E. I understand statistical data and can apply it to design decision making).
Aaron Sportack enjoys working with a collaborative team with open communication of knowledge and ideas between designers and project stakeholders.
Specialties: User-centered design, UX, branding and identity, way-finding systems.
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See his work at Public Architecture.