Matthew Batista is an Experiential Design Director at Asterisk Group.
Designer Matthew Batista is skilled in experiential design, signage, brand development, and two-dimensional design. He brings spaces to life by visualizing and creating highly engaging experiences that communicate brands' strengths and attitude.
Pam Caperton is a Senior Designer at Asterisk Group. Asterisk Group uses the language of design to develop and execute integrated brand experiences that build understanding, activate spaces, inspire action, and engage users in their surroundings.
Pam Caperton is a seasoned designer with expertise in both two- and three-dimensional projects. She uses her well-rounded set of skills to develop brand-appropriate creative concepts and shepherd them through the production or fabrication process.
This talk, planned out by Phil Garvey and delivered by Tom Esch,Yolanda Partida, and David Middleton,focuses on destination hierarchies and identity research—one of the main issues faced by environmental graphic designers. The speakers walk through what makes for successful destination hierarchy research and destination naming. A key theme in this podcast is universality—can we achieve it in naming destinations?
EGD Pioneer Lance Wymanshares his philosophy on symbols, color, and information design and how it has evolved throughout his lifetime. In this engaging and informative talk, Lance takes us through his remarkable career in EGD and explains how his design ideology was formed through his experiences.
Information design is a huge part of the Environmental Graphic Design field. In this podcast, David Middletondiscusses the importance of looking at the whole picture of information design and creating a universal theoretical construct of information design.
Walk the world of a visitor environment established by map, and learn how the methodologies of successful maps were developed by a leading modern map designer. This course will also show how leading map designers are redefining the way maps are used in the environment.
This pack is designed for those working on transportation projects that require the management of information in complex facilities and multi-modal hubs. Case studies for Airports, Train Stations, and Mass Transit systems are covered from both an information design, and experience design perspective from experts in this area of practice. The Collections materials are suitable for an advanced level design professional.