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Cooper Carry

Cooper Carry is a national firm offering Architecture, Environmental Graphic Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Planning and Sustainability Consulting services. Our specialty practice groups include specialists in Corporate, Government, Higher Education, Hospitality, K-12 Education, Mixed-Use, Office, Residential, Retail, Science + Technology and Transit projects. Our multidisciplinary approach lets us integrate specialized knowledge to create Connective Architecture: connecting ideas and people to the places where they work, relax, live and learn.

HOK

The HOK Experience Design team are integrators of space and message. Our days are spent scripting and storytelling, illustrating and communicating. Our value is in the ability to visualize the drivers of organization and enterprise. We make approachable, interactive and memorable experiences with a sense of place. We employ print and pixel, art and artifact, to create experiential environments that are on-brand and of-culture. HOK's professional offerings include design services for identity design, branded environments, media design, placemaking strategies, and wayfinding systems.

Greg Rose Design LLC

Creating great user experiences through design requires a spirit of collaboration, not only with clients and peers, but with end users, too. It takes the humility and skill of a good listener combined with the expertise and curiosity of an experienced problem solver. Drawing on diverse talents and experiences, Greg Rose Design offers strategic design thinking that delivers great user experiences for print, interaction, branding, and the built environment…Design with purpose, vision, and heart.

Serigraphics Sign Systems, Inc.

Serigraphics Sign Systems, Inc. has been manufacturing high quality interior and exterior architectural and corporate signage since 1976. During this time we have worked with state colleges and universities, convention centers, medical campuses, corporate offices, governmental and civil, parks and recreation, shopping centers, casinos, stadiums, and arts and entertainment projects. We have worked as a Prime Contractor, Subcontractor, Consultant, Engineer, Installer and Design + Builder.

MSA Architects

MSA Architects, founded in 1985, has grown from a single freelance illustrator to multi-level offices across the region. This growth is a result of passion for our work, our clients and our communities. With our dedication to design innovation and exceptional client service, we have a strong presence in seven markets: Sport, Lifestyle, Corporate, Civic, Education, Religious, & Branded Environments.

David Vanden-Eynden

2007 SEGD Fellow and 2004 Angel Award honoree

Chris Calori and David Vanden-Eynden are co-founders and principals of Calori & Vanden-Eynden (New York).

David has a broad range of signage design and management skills for a wide variety of project types. He was instrumental in developing C&VE's techniques for conceptualizing, detailing, and documenting the physical components of sign programs, and coordinates the details of large-scale signage projects.

David Vanden-Eynden, Partner, Calori and Vanden-Eynden, New York, 2007 SEGD Fellow
Entro/CVEDesign
New York, NY

Julie Vogel

Julie Vogel is a member of the 2019 SEGD Board and Principal at Kate Keating Associates in San Francisco.

Julie has been designing signage and wayfinding programs for architecturally significant buildings and environments for over 20 years.

Headshot of Julie Vogel of Kate Keating Associates
Kate Keating Associates
San Francisco

Steven Stamper

SEGD President 2008-2009

Steven L. Stamper, SEGD was one of the founders of fd2s in 1985 and currently leads the team as it addresses critical strategic and technical issues related to wayfinding, orientation, and placemaking in the environment.

Steve Stamper
Austin, TX

Incorporating Neurodiversity into Design

Steve Silberman’s book, NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and How to Think Smarter About People Who Think Differently, won Britain’s prestigious Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction writing last year. The book, a sweeping history of autism in both science and society, contains some powerful implications about designing for human cognition and what “normal” really means.

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