Brad Woodworth



Member Since

November 1993

Brad Woodworth is president of the graphic design firm, Woodworth Associates. For over thirty years, Woodworth Associates has specialized in the design of environmental graphics, wayfinding and signage programs, exhibits, visual identification programs, and graphics for clients including Bates College, Bowdoin College, Cold Mountain Builders, Crystal Spring Farm, Eastgate Yachts, Environmental Dynamics Group, Fort Knox State Historic Site, Gettysburg College, Maine Women’s Lobby, National Park Service, the State of Maine, Portland Public Library, Portland Observatory, and Waynflete School.
Prior to founding Woodworth Associates Brad Woodworth worked as a graphic designer with Chermayeff and Geismar in New York City.
Brad Woodworth studied at the Portland School of Art in Portland, Maine (now called Maine College of Art) and graduated with a B.F.A. Subsequently, he received an M.F.A. in Graphic Design from Yale University School of Art.
The business of Woodworth Associates is graphic design and communications. Woodworth Associates work with clients to produce environmental graphics, exhibits, visual identification programs, and graphics including publications, posters, and websites.
Good design must be functional as well as memorable. Woodworth Associates apply the same problem-solving method in each case: research, evaluation, design, and implementation.
We are good listeners and enjoy the process of collaboration. We welcome and encourage client participation. We work towards exceeding our clients’ expectations.
We have long-standing relationships with many partners and vendors including architects, landscape architects, structural engineers, writers, photographers, printers, programmers, sign and exhibit fabricators who assist Woodworth Associates in creating innovative solutions for a wide range of products.
Woodworth Associates believe that good design is good business.
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Practice Area

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

Focus Area

Brand, Exhibition, Graphic, Interpretive, Signage


Corporate, Cultural, Education, Museums, Recreation, Sports, Visitor Centers