Cynthia Damar-Schnobb

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2019 SEGD Chapter Chair Award Winner

Cynthia is a Partner at Entro. She has been with the firm for +17 years as a valu­able contrib­u­tor and team lead for the devel­op­ment of a number of local and inter­na­tional projects.

She has played a significant role in establishing the firm's practice, leading major EGD projects from health care, transit, airports, civic, mixed-use, cultural and educa­tional facil­i­ties. Her design leadership derives from her experience in industrial design and user interface design, helping her set new standards of practice and innovation.

Cynthia received her Bach­e­lor of Indus­trial Design degree from Carleton Univer­sity. She served as a Chapter Chair for the Toronto Chap­ter from 2013 until recently, and currently serving as Vice President of the Association of Chartered Industrial Designers of Ontario (ACIDO). Cynthia is also on the Program Advisory Committee for one of the leading design schools in Canada, participating in the review and endorsement of a yet to be announced, undergraduate professional design degree program. Cynthia is a former SEGD Toronto Chapter Co-Chair.

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Cynthia Damar-Schnobb's Blog, "Intuitive Navigation in Interior Spaces Starts Here"

How many times have you stood in front of a directory map, perhaps in a shopping mall or in a stressful environment such as a hospital, and you think to yourself, “Oh this is a terrible map!” but you couldn’t really pinpoint what exactly were the attributes of the map that make it so terrible?

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