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2013 Airport + Transportation Workshop

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Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 2:45pm

Special thanks to PHX Sky Harbor, the official airport of the 2013 SEGD/ASMN workshop.

Workshop being held at Phoenix Airport Plaza Hotel

Join us for the sixth annual Airport & Transportation Workshop, jointly organized by SEGD and ASMN. The workshop focuses on the complexities of airport design programs from signage and wayfinding design, planning, and management to user experience and technology.

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Dan Moalli

Dan Moalli, Managing Director of Obscura Digital NY and a 2013 SEGD Board Member

Dan is a board member of SEGD and works for Technomedia Solutions, directing the company's global business development efforts, working with architects, designers, producers and clients worldwide. He has extensive experience in the design and implementation of immersive environments, interactive multimedia exhibits, and the development of large-scale touring exhibitions and is an advocate of the design-build process having successfully led numerous LEED-certified projects.

Sander Baumann

Sander Baumann, of designworkplan and a 2013 SEGD Board Member

Since 1995, Sander Baumann has worked for various signage companies and focused his work on creative thinking and bringing a sense of place to environments. Over the past 15 years he has designed numerous wayfinding and signage projects, including Holland's largest shopping center, comprehensive city wayfinding, school signage systems, and building identification.

Carol Naughton

Headshot of Carol Naughton, CN+A

1999 Distinguished Member Award honoree, 1998 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1994-1996

Carol Naughton has more than 38 years experience in the environmental graphic design field. She founded Carol Naughton + Associates in 1975 and is responsible for directing the firm's projects through all phases of work, including analysis, programming, design, documentation and implementation. Her work has been recognized in major shows and publications.

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