Cesar Sanchez has over 20 years experience in the design and implementation of wayfinding systems. As an information designer he enjoys solving the client’s challenges, working through the needs of the end use and overseeing the execution of a system from analysis through installation. Focusing on content, and function are central to his way of thinking. His experience includes work on large and small scale projects including JFK, Dulles and Denver Airports; MoMA QNS; Disneyland California; the BIG/Durst residential tower in NYC; Pier 17 in NYC; IKEA and the North/South Line of the Amsterdam Metro. Cesar Sanchez has a degree in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, and recently undertook a User Experience Design Immersive course at General Assembly in New York City. Now in addition to being and architectural designer with expertise in wayfinding and experience design, he has added a digital tool arsenal and can provide user experience direction for digital platforms. Cesar is a multiple SEGD Global Design Awards winner and has been recognized for the excellence of his work by other organizations.
He resides in the NY Tristate area.
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Branded Environments, Digital Experiences, Placemaking, Strategy/Research/Planning, Wayfinding
Digital, Graphic, Interpretive, Signage
Corporate, Cultural, Healthcare, Museums, Transportation, Urban + Civic