Insung Kim

Insung Kim, Populous
Kansas City

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Insung Kim is a Senior Graphic Designer at Populous who holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. His responsibilities primarily include developing graphics, environmental and wayfinding design for sport and convention center projects, from a conceptual phase through construction documentation. He has previous experience providing graphic design work for large scale entertainment projects, museums and hospitals, and his projects have won numerous awards from organizations including the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) and the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD).

Insung Kim also worked for Hunt Design as a design director. His projects of note are Cedars-Sinai Hospital Donor Recognition, Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary Event, and Hollywood Bowl Wayfinding. His contributions include design directing, team management, managing client relationships, fabrication coordination, and sign messages and location programming. His efforts resulted in a successful donor recognition program which significantly increased donor contributions, an event under a tight deadline where all graphics for the event were fabricated and installed on time and under budget, and a successful project that led to less visitor confusion at a historic venue and a continued relationship with the client.

Insung Kim was also an Instructor at the Otis College of Art and Design where he taught an elective class, “Introduction to Environmental Graphic Design” to graphic design students emphasizing designing for the environment and use of scale.

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