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?
Cynthia Damar-Schnobb is an SEGD Toronto Chapter Co-Chair
An associate at Entro,Cynthia Damar-Schnobb has directed a variety of EGD projects from health care, transportation, civic, commercial, retail, sports and educational facilities. With experience in industrial design, environmental graphic design and user-interface design, Cynthia brings to the table her remarkable grasp of wayfinding planning/strategies and a thorough understanding of manufacturing methods and technologies in designing three-dimensional forms.
Cynthia Damar-Schnobb has contributed her expertise to the development of a number of local and international wayfinding and signage programs. Some recent projects that she has directed include: an innovative interactive donor wall employing creative use of presence sensors at a prominent hospital in Toronto, a complete wayfinding and signage program for a transit facility in Hamilton which received the DX Urban Design silver award, and a world-class 7-star medical facility in Qatar.
Cynthia Damar-Schnobb received her Bachelor of Industrial Design degree from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
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See her work at Entro.