Austin

ASI

1996 Arrow Award honoree

Our ASI Signage Heartland affiliate has been in business for over 30 years while our network in the United States has been in existence for the last 50 years. Tom and Dianne Latimer are the owners of ASI in Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Colorado and Wyoming, and have grown their Company from two employees in 1985 to 100 employees today. That growth has been due to providing new and innovative products along with an absolute commitment to customer service.

fd2s

fd2s was founded in 1985
Founding principal Steven Stamper and fellow principal Curtis Roberts, lead a talented team of designers, strategists, and project managers. For more than 30 years the firm has been creating wayfinding programs, donor recognition exhibits, and experiential graphics that change the way people experience the world around them.

Cynthia Hall

Cynthia is a past member of the SEGD Board

Environmental Graphics can best be described as "Visual Communication in the Built and Natural Environment". It includes planning, designing, and specifying sign systems for guiding people through complex spaces such as cities, buildings, and parks.

Cynthia Hall
fd2s
Austin

Leslie Wolke

2014 SEGD Board Member

Leslie Wolke is Founder and Principal of MapWell Studio, a consultancy and software firm specializing in wayfinding technology. For the last fifteen years, she has focused on strategy, design, and implementation of wayfinding tools—from apps and websites to touchscreens and management systems.

Leslie Wolke headshot
Austin

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

SEGD TEXAS Chapters Event

SEGD Texas Event was a success

Thanks to everyone who joined the first ever ALL Texas Chapters Zoom Event. We cannot thank Jill Elliot, founder of The Color Kind enough for showing us all that taking 10-15 minutes each day to be creative (and not related to work) can be so inspiring! She shared keys on how to start the process, how to set realistic goals and just how to have fun!

Please reach out to Jill to learn more or check out her website https://www.thecolorkind.com/

Make Some Room – Unconscious Bias Workshop

Honor Award 2020
Make Some Room – Unconscious Bias Workshop

Despite a growing movement for corporate diversity and bias trainings, many employees still experience the dehumanizing and daily impacts of bias and discrimination. We’ve become more informed, but not necessarily transformed.

As experience designers, the team believed that addressing bias in our own workplaces and culture required a new approach—to shift these trainings from intellectual understanding to emotional awakening. Make Some Room is an immersive workshop that marries storytelling and space to change hearts, not just minds.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Austin