Hunt Design

Firm Details

Established in 1977, Hunt Design is a graphic design consulting firm specializing in wayfinding, environmental graphics and exhibit design for public spaces, parks, museums, attractions, retail projects, entertainment centers, hospitality and multi-use developments.

Hunt Design’s services include identity development, signage master planning, site evaluation reports, concept consultation, programming, schematic design, design development, documentation and implementation supervision. The Firm has a staff of eleven and have been located in Pasadena since 1983.

The firm has completed projects for cities such as Burbank, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Newport Beach and more. Their clients include The National Mall, Alcatraz, The Golden Gate Bridge Park, Long Beach International Airport, Las Vegas’s McCarran International Airport, The Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, Art Center College of Design, Busch Gardens Tampa, Children’s Hospital LA, Texas Children’s Hospital, Ford Rouge Factory Tour, CSI Experience, Apollo Saturn V at Kennedy Space Center, The Samsung and Wilmington Trust Corporate Headquarters and many more projects that you can view on their website.

Wayne Hunt became an SEGD Fellow in 2004. He is an active member of SEGD and served as the SEGD President in 1999-2000.

Jen Bressler, a partner in Hunt design served on the 2013 SEGD Board.

Hunt Design is a multiple SEGD Global Design Award winner.

Read about Wayne Hunt’s book Environmental Graphics: Projects and Process.

Watch Wayne Hunt’s presentation from the 2015 SEGD Wayfinding Workshop in San Francisco where he talks about the creation of layers of placemaking over a 30 year period in the City of Pasadena. “One City, Thirty Years”

Practice Area

Branded Environments, Exhibition, Placemaking, Strategy/Research/Planning, Wayfinding

Focus Area

Brand, Destination Experiences, Exhibition, Graphic, Interpretive, Signage


Corporate, Cultural, Education, Entertainment, Healthcare, Museums, Recreation, Retail, Transportation, Urban + Civic, Visitor Centers