David Acevedo

David Acevedo



Member Since

May 2016

David Acevedo, Design Consultant and Project Manager at Cuadran Design in Oakville, ON, Canada
David Acevedo is a passionate designer who is devoted to providing disruptive and useful solutions that improve user experience and enhance environments. David Acevedo has more than 15 years of combined design experience supporting wayfinding, exhibition and museum programs from schematic design through design development and construction with the ability to light up a successful path for tender and implementation.
David Acevedo has a unique talent to spark design thinking initiatives while keeping an outstanding interpretation of the ADA and other international accessibility design standards. David earned his Bachelors degree in Industrial Design with honors from the “Universidad Nacional de Colombia” which is duly accredited by the University of Toronto.
David Acevedo has recently successful implemented wayfinding and museum programs for The Mosaic Stadium in Regina, The LRT Confederation Line in Ottawa, The Seera Museum in Kuwait, and The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre in Toronto among others.
Q. David Acevedo, why are you the right designer for my project?
A. “I’m a passionate designer who enjoys being curious and always exploring how everything was made. That’s one of the reasons that as a child, I gave my parents many headaches! Nowadays, this is what I do for living and I love it!
David Acevedo’s work excels in the development of design strategies that collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to bring design thinking initiatives from napkin sketch to production.
His technical expertise and exceptional accuracy helps the design teams he collaborates with to create smooth transitions from every stage of the project. David Acevedo is a committed designer who knows the importance of meeting tight deadlines.”
Connect with David on LinkedIn. View more of David Acevedo’s work at Cuadran Design.

Practice Area

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