Edmund Li is an associate and a senior exhibit designer of Reich+Petch Design International, with over 18 years of experience designing interpretive and wayfinding signage, exhibits, museums donor recognition, and interactive media for public environments around the world.
On every project, Edmund Li emphasizes forethought, collegiality, and design rigor. With his ability to see great opportunities within a project and develop them, he brings together players from other disciplines in order to elevate designs. With his architectural mindset and graphic design background, Edmund’s work often features a high level of integration between 2D and 3D elements, transforming linear messages into environmental statements — inspiring visitors to engage in meaningful ways.
Creating design programs that are accessible to visitors of all ages, ability and demography is an important aspect of Edmund’s design philosophy. This is reflected in the choice of typography, colour, contrast and message delivery techniques in all of the projects he designs.
Edmund Li's experience includes working with Forge Media + Design, The Friends of the Markham Museum Foundation, and Science North. He has been honored with various awards, including the Applied Arts Design Award, a merit award in the How International Design Competition, and has been featured in "The How's "Graphic Design Exercise Book".