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Michael Herbert is a creative director and graphic designer with BCRA responsible for design process review of all internally and externally focused multi-disciplinary projects. Senior Environmental Graphic Designer covering exhibit, interpretive, illustration, wayfinding, and branded environment projects.
For more than 25 years, Michael has focused his design skills in creating spaces that communicate graphically. Environmental graphic projects have included interpretive graphics for schools and museums, directional and interpretive systems for parks, corporate interior and exterior signage packages, retail brand graphics, and temporary event graphic programs for institutions.
Previously, Michael Herbert worked as a consultant/Senior Environmental Graphic Designer/Design Associate Partner at Rowland Design where he was responsible for research, analysis, conceptual design development, design production, design intent drawings, as well as design development and support of the firm’s collateral material, design and production of print media, and environmental and print related illustration. He also taught at the Cornish College of art as an adjunct instructor of graphic design where he was responsible for the development of Environmental Graphic Course, as well as teaching courses in Corporate Branding and in producing the BFA exhibition. Michael was also an assistant professor at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where he was responsible for undergrad/graduate coursework including computer basics, design foundations, typography, various design studios, and independent study courses in environmental graphic design.