Asterisk Group designs integrated brand experiences that build understanding, inspire action, and engage people with one another and their surroundings.
We partner with leaders in industries ranging from real estate and technology to healthcare and retail to bring value to their places, products, and services. We work to understand what drives our clients and their audiences, then define and develop coordinated strategies via timeless design, savvy content, and polished craft — all with a collaborative, service-minded approach.
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.
Susanne Harrington is President of Asterisk Group Design in Austin, Texas. She leads many of the firm's largest engagements with local, regional and national clients.
Susanne is a 2- and 3-dimensional strategist and designer working to shape big picture brand objectives. She builds long-term client and colleague relationships by focusing on responsive service and an open, collaborative process. At her core is the belief that thoughtful design builds engagement, creates clarity, adds value, and make places easier to navigate and enjoy.
Emily Lamontagne is an Art Director Intern at T3 in Austin, TX.
Emily Lamontagne is a multi-discipline designer specializing in developing brand identities and well rounded-experiences. She is especially interested in branding, print, material explorations, old-school typesetting, and tactile experiences. Notable achievements to date include mastering the perfect bowl of ramen and arriving at a relatively consistent sleep schedule.
Julio Correa is an Interaction Designer at frog design in Austin, TX.
Julio Correa graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BFA in Design and a BSA in Computer Science. During his time at UT Austin, he was involved in Design For America and Mobile App Development. Julio Correa studied abroad for six months at Glasgow School of Art where he explored the intersection of emerging technology and design and was introduced to processing, physical computing (Arduino), Unity, and speculative design.