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Tim Rucker

Tim Rucker's Specialties: Signage Design, Wayfinding, Print Graphics, and Logo Design

Tim Rucker is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. I was raised in middle Tennessee, and calls Nashville, Tennessee home.

Tim Rucker
Jarvis Signs
Nashville

Glenn Davis

With 15 years of experience, Glenn has provided a full suite of environmental graphic design services—including branding and wayfinding—for a variety of healthcare and higher education institutions, corporations, airports and municipalities. He has produced award-winning projects for many diverse repeat clients and has been published in major industry trade journals.

Glenn Davis, Gresham Smith and Partners
Gresham Smith
Nashville

David Park

I am a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer at Gresham, Smith and Partners, and have enjoyed a diverse career of working on programs for mixed-use, corporate, hospitality, retail and exhibit projects across the United States, and in China and Qatar.

My strengths lie in logical wayfinding, signage design that is congruent with its architectural or landscape environment, and design detailing.

David Park, Gresham, Smith and Partners
Gresham Smith
Nashville

Peter Hyde

Peter Hyde Design turns your vision into design reality. Peter Hyde Design is led by Peter Hyde, a designer with 20 years of experience in the professional design field.  Peter brings his combination of strong design, management, client relations and technical talents to create impactful projects.

Peter Hyde, Peter Hyde Design
Peter Hyde Design
Brooklyn, NY

Tim Smith

Tim Smith is the environmental graphic design team leader at BHDP Architecture, Cincinnati. Formerly, he was principal and creative director of Tim Smith Design. He has held vice-president and director level positions at some of the largest design firms in the United States, including FRCH Design Worldwide, RPA (now Fitch), marchFIRST, and LPK. He has served as president of the AIGA Cincinnati chapter and the Columbus Society of Communicating Arts (CSCA) as well as vice president of Art Center Dayton.

Photograph of Tim Smith
Cincinnati, OH

Interactive Wayfinding for the Visually Impaired

Touch-Responsive Wayfinding for the Visually Impaired

The Last Mile

For the blind and visually impaired, wayfinding in public places is getting easier thanks to new touch-responsive talking maps and models.

Imagine arriving at an unfamiliar school building for the first time. You need to navigate a complex maze of rooms, corridors, stairwells, and spaces to find the classroom or office that is your final destination—all in a concentrated period of time.

Now imagine you are blind.

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