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A specialist in Interpretive Design and Wayfinding Systems, Steven Slipp has over 30 years experience in the Atlantic region designing for public and private sector clients.
As Senior Designer he operates Steven Slipp Design in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Prior to this Steven was a partner in Semaphor Design Co. Inc. in Halifax from 1995 to 2011. He was also president of GDA Inc., Halifax, where he was designer, art director, and general manager for 11 years.
Canada Post has commissioned Steven to design over 20 commemorative stamps. He acted as Atlantic Region Design Coordinator for Canada Post from 1994 to 2001 and served two 3-year terms on Canada Post’s Stamp Advisory Committee.
Steven was design editor for Parks Canada’s essential bilingual reference, ‘Design Guidelines for Media Accessibility’ in 1993, hailed by the Smithsonian Institution.
He served as treasurer of the Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC), Atlantic chapter, and chaired a regional design competition – ‘What’s the Big Idea?’ in 1995.
Steven Slipp has lectured and taught sessionally at his alma mater NSCAD, most recently the Visual Communications Honours class. He also led a team of alumni to host the first ever design alumni reunion.
Specialties:Wayfinding Signage System Design
Visual Identity and Branding Design
Product Packaging Design
Interpretive Design for Museums, Exhibits and Donor Recognition
View more of Steven Slipp's work on his website. Connect with Steven on LinkedIn.