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Noah Jeppson is a recognized urban activation thought leader and experiential graphic designer.
Shaping the idea of place through design, Noah Jeppson has worked to create a constructive dialogue between community groups and business leaders to espouse urban activism. In Dallas, Texas his accomplishments include design of a crowd-funded map of the Dallas Pedestrian Network, exhibition work for AIA Dallas, and historic preservation-related interior graphics. In October 2013 Noah relocated to Seattle, Washington to take on new design challenges and joined the local SEGD chapter. He currently works at Boeing developing wayfinding, marketing, and identity graphics for air show and corporate environments in a contract capacity. Noah is seeking other designers to collaborate with as urban-focused design opportunities present themselves in the Seattle area.
Noah Jeppson has served as a design and community consultant on a variety of committees including Seattle Design Festival (leading wayfinding initiatives for 2014), PARK(ing) Day Seattle, Downtown Dallas Inc.’s Tunnels & Sky Bridges Network Task Force, the (Dallas) Downtown Residents Council, City of Dallas Landmark Task Force, and founder of PARK(ing) Day Dallas. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Thanks-Giving Foundation in Dallas.
Past community speaking engagements revolving around design include the Nasher Sculpture Center Gallery Lab, CONFAB: A Dallas Parks Foundation Conversation, Pecha Kucha Dallas, and D Academy.