Hannah Olin a co-chair of the Washington DC chapter and is an Environmental Graphic Designer at Gensler.
Hannah Olin has lead design projects in the areas of wayfinding, experiential graphic design and strategy for clients such as:
- The Washington Post
- Nestlé US Headquarters
- International Monetary Fund
- Abu Dhabi Airports Company
- Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Before joining Gensler in 2015 Hannah Olin worked as a freelance designer for clients producing unique and creative solutions for all types of projects including logo design, print and marketing collateral and experiential graphics.
- Leonard Pearlstein Gallery
- The Philadelphia Preservation Alliance
- Allied Elevator
- Emmett Charles LLC
- Ask Dr.Don
- Americans for the Arts
- Optometric Extension Program Foundation
Hannah Olin strted her career at ex;it in Philadelphia working for clients such as:
- Rutgers University – Campus Wide Wayfinding Program and Signage Standards Manual
- George Washington University – Wayfinding and Interpretive Programs
- Springside Chestnut Hill Academy – Wayfinding Signage Program
- University City Science Center – Placemaking and Wayfinding Strategies
- Northeast Georgia Medical Center – Wayfinding Master Plan and Signage Program
- Southwest General Hospital – Experience Assessment & Wayfinding Master Plan
- HackensackUMC Mountainside – Wayfinding Master Plan and Signage Program
- Holy Spirit Hospital – Wayfinding Master Plan
- Peninsula Regional Medical Center – Wayfinding Master Plan
Hannah Olin completed her degree in Graphic Design at Drexel University.
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