2014 Location Plans

David Jorritsma

Sign programming stress you out? Spending too much time coordinating sign information across different spreadsheets and design softwares? Manually creating sign artwork for every sign? Still bringing a clipboard and camera to the site?

David Jorritsma (SEGD member since 2012), experienced the pains of signage programming for himself while working in Toronto at one of Canada’s leading environmental design firms. He often thought there must be a better way. There wasn’t, so he decided to build it himself.

David Jorritsma headshot
SignAgent Inc.
Ontario

eg conversations | practice webinar: Location Plans + Messaging Schedules

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Thursday, April 3, 2014 - 2:00pm

Location plans and messaging schedules are some of the more complex yet critical elements for communicating information in the documentation and fabrication processes. EGD professionals use a wide variety of methodologies from homespun Excel and InDesign based documents to more complex Filemaker and add on software packages. What are the most effective methodologies for generating, managing, and sharing this information?

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Steve Reinisch

You design. I detail.

You get to do what you like to do
and I, with you, get to do what I like to do.
You get to design, I get to detail.

And in the era of mission statements,
mine (in eight words!) is this:

Preserving and honoring your design
through articulate documentation.

The purpose of my work is for you to have the results you seek.

This translates to the detailing and documentation/ packaging of your work for fabrication/ installation that will free you to focus on doing what you enjoy doing - design.

Really.

Steve Reinisch, TheGreatDetailGuy
TheGreatDetailGuy!
Los Angeles
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