Brittney Butler

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Charlottesville, VA

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Britney Butler is co-chair of the Richmond Chapter.

Since 2007, Brittney Butler has overseen the branding and graphic standards for VMDO Architects – a Charlottesville, VA-based architectural firm specializing in planning and design for K12 schools and higher education facilities. Three years into her career at VMDO, Brittney began developing an in-house advocacy dedicated  to providing educational signage, environmental graphics, exhibit design, and wayfinding services for VMDO’s educational clients – which include public and independent schools throughout the Mid-Atlantic as well as a broad range of higher education clients such as Clemson University, the University of Virginia, and Virginia Commonwealth University. Brittney’s environmental graphics advocacy has grown into a thriving department that works alongside VMDO’s design teams to support and enrich architectural projects.

As the Director of Environmental Graphics & Branding, Brittney Butler possesses strong project management skills alongside a creative design expertise that is readily apparent in her inventive theming and signage concepts which celebrate learning while communicating a space’s layout and organization to users. She has a particular talent for striking the difficult balance of both informing and educating through beautiful yet pragmatic designs and graphic standards. Through Brittney Butler’s help, VMDO’s designs have become teaching tools – where every space and surface supports interactivity and engagement, encourages place-based learning, and piques the curiosity of users. No matter the age of the user group, her work helps create nurturing, navigable places where people feel welcome and inspired.

Brittney Butler's designs have been the recipient of numerous regional awards through the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and the American Marketing Association (AMA).

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