Brand Design

Mindy Alvarez

Mindy Alvarez is currently a multi-media designer at RDG Planning & Design.

Before joining RDG Planning & Design she owned and ran M-Design, a full service marketing, social media and design agency for 12 years. Mindy Alvarez has previously held positions as designer, art director and account management with Lessing-Flynn Advertising, Sammons Securities and the Des Moines Register.

Mindy Alvarez has won numerous awards for her work including 3 gold's and a Best in Show and has earned a B.A Graphic Design degree and MBA degree.

Mindy Alvarez, RDG Planning & Design, M-Design
RDG Planning & Design
Des Moines, Iowa

Peter Reed

Peter Reed is a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer with focusEGD, a multidisciplinary design studio specializing in environmental graphic design, wayfinding and brand integration for the physical space. Their professional experience spans all market sectors and with over 700 completed projects and a team that is exceptionally well qualified to create positive experiences through inspired, knowledgeable and responsible design practices.

Peter Reed, Senior Designer at focusEGD, Dallas, Texas
focusEGD
Dallas, Texas

Amy Owen

Amy Owen is the Environmental Design Director at the multidisciplinary design studio, EGG Office in Los Angeles, CA.

She says: "My focus on the built environment, with its ability to surround and engage the individual in real time and real space, represents one of the ultimate brand-building opportunities. At the same time, branding in the built environment is a highly complex opportunity. It makes special demands on existing brand assets in order to realize the potential of brands in the built environment."

Photograph of Amy Owen, EGG Office
EGG Office
Los Angeles, CA

Mark Buchalter

Innovation and Design Director

As a design director at Hornall Anderson, Mark Buchalter is focused on bringing brands and experiences to life within the built environment. Mark Buchalter believes in the power of design to make the world a better place - be it through small innovations or radical shifts. And he believes as designers, our role is to be part anthropologist as well as artist in creating relevant human-centered solutions.

Headshot of Mark Buchalter, Innovation and Design Director, Hornall Anderson
Sid Lee
Seattle

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