Brand identity firm Matchstic has worked with Atlanta's Department of City Planning to redesign its branding and create new zoning signs around the city.
Eager to create an innovative new space in New York to support the firm’s next generation, Paul Hastings engaged Gensler to plan and design a progressive new workplace that celebrates the firm’s distinguished culture while positioning them for the future. Gensler’s Brand Design team developed a seamlessly integrated digital design, environmental graphic, and signage and wayfinding program.
Colfax Avenue is looking brighter, and people are taking notice. Find out what all the buzz is about at Art-i-Fax, a local street party and art fair at the intersection of Colfax and Park Avenues, on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ArtHouse Design, the Denver design agency responsible for Colfax’s brand identity package, including logos, icons, a responsive website and street banners, invites Denver residents and visitors to come for the free koozies—and stay for the live music, local art, street food and cold beer.
On July 5, 2017, api(+) client Organic Garage opened its new flagship store in Toronto’s west-end Junction neighborhood. This new 15,000-square-foot store is the chain’s third location.
With the urban Junction District as its home, the new store environment takes inspiration from its industrial surroundings and city streetscapes. It authentically incorporates elements such as streetscape-inspired architectural details and textures, murals and graffiti, street signs, pavement markings, vendor carts, street lights, and building signs.
Matthew Mohr is an Experiential Artist/Designer, Associate Professor of Advertising and Design at the Columbus College of Art and Design, and President at Wonder-Shirts, Inc.
Matthew Mohr teaches senior advertising and graphic design, portfolio, and graduate seminar. An e-commerce designer and manager, Mohr’s professional career included a decade in New York with clients such as Samsung, Newsweek, NASA, Norma Kamali and Bloomingdale’s. He has presented at SIGGRAPH and was featured on RES magazine’s 2004 Who’s Now/Who’s Next list.
All Aboard Florida is the first privately owned, operated and financed express intercity passenger rail project in the United States. The 235-mile network of rail lines connects stations in Miami and Orlando with additional hubs in West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale. All Aboard Florida’s new train fleet, "Brightline," not only connects these key cities, it also connects people, communities, and cultures.
A 21-year veteran of Forcade, Senior Designer Yvette Fevurly is responsible for the supervision and management of all stages of the design process for our largest and most complex projects. Driven by the evolutionary nature of our work, Yvette believes the creative challenges of each new project inspire great design. While the core work may be the same, including signage or environmental branding – each project offers the opportunity to improve how people interact with the space around them.
Elizabeth Bisenga offers a range of experience, from working as a freelance draftsman, designer, and artist to teaching interior design at the Art Institute of Seattle. She earned her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently working towards an MFA in interdisciplinary art at Goddard College. Elizabeth has created branding, marketing, and packaging materials for clients ranging from small, locally-owned businesses to City Parks and Recreation agencies.
Peter Bain is a designer working from a deep background in the application of typography to solve design challenges. His experience includes environmental graphic design, brand identity, custom letterforms, books and publications, advertising, and marketing communications. He has worked across a wide range of sectors, from financial services to sports marketing, and from academic and cultural organizations to pharmaceuticals and real estate.
Zach Norman has been with Infinite Scale for more than a decade, where he began as an intern in 2005 and worked his way up to the position of Design Director. He has work on a broad range of sport and non-sport environmental graphic design projects, ranging from temporary events to permanent solutions, with a comprehensive involvement in the project process from concept development to production and installation.
DON’T CALL IT A COME BACK, WE’VE BEEN HERE FOR YEARS.
By, Tucker Trotter, President and CEO of Dimensional Innovations
Experiential design is nothing new. In fact, the art of combining interactive storytelling with environmental design to engage an audience has been done exceptionally well by several brands and organizations. So why all the recent buzz? Why are advertising agencies and consulting firms suddenly throwing it around as the latest trend?
Andrew (Drew) Freeman is the founder and principal of afreeman. He works with clients and colleagues to envision, create and implement conceptually significant yet commercially successful design solutions. Drew is responsible for excellence across all afreeman projects.
Selbert Perkins Design recently collaborated with The Cordish Companies to create the new Brand Identity and Branded Environment for The Waterside District in Norfolk, Virginia.
The $40 million mixed-use development re-imagines the former Waterside Festival Marketplace, with an iconic new vision as the community’s entertainment hub. The Market, a 30,000 s.f. dining and entertainment plaza, includes a unique collection of local restaurants including Starr Hill, Luk Fu, and Guy Fieri’s steakhouse.
Entro is releasing a book titled "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years" that provides an overview of the first combined 50 years of project history of Entro and Gottschalk+Ash Toronto, the stylistic decades that determined the course of Canadian design, the milestones and the influencers that changed the industry significantly.
Kevin Gormal is a Senior Creative Director at Sector 127, a a full-service creative firm in the Indianapolis.
Kevin Gormal holds a New Media in Informatics degree with a focus on visual communications from Indiana University-Indianapolis.
Could this reissue, an artifact of the past, become a symbol of U.S. designers in support of the environment?
Deloitte Canada moved their headquarters into a new building, requiring an interior experiential graphics package and wayfinding for 16 floors. Together with the architect and Deloitte’s in-house design team, Entro worked to fulfill the client’s corporate commitment to supporting changing work styles and encouraging a sense of community among employees. The client wanted the environment to reflect their work as well as create a built environment intended to inspire, encourage, engage and cultivate growth, learning and collaboration.
Sandra Hanson is inspired by the monumental and loves working with the built environment. Armed only with a decisive eye and skills for sketching and crafting things with her hands, Hanson chose a career as a graphic designer.
As the largest industrial property group listed on the ASX with 188 properties nationally and operations in 33 cities stretching across 16 countries, Goodman turned to Urbanite, a division of Frost*collective to design an environmental communication solution to build awareness of its thirteen-billion-AUS-dollar business.
Design Within Reach came to Alexander Isley Inc. to help launch DWR Contract, a professional, trade-focused division of the legendary Modern furniture retailer. As part of their work, they developed a brand platform, key messaging points, and a new visual identity program.
Nike was seeking a team to design and deliver an event bringing influencers and athletes together to test their latest batch of performance winter gear—and deliver Leviathan did—with an interactive motion-triggered urban test course.
Brian Bird is Manager of Graphics at Thinkwell Group where he leads a design team of graphic designers, interactive designers and environmental designers. The project list ranges from theme parks to museums, zoos and retail venues. While his primary role is art directing and managing the graphics team, Brian actively leads design projects, creating identities, branding style guides, marketing collateral, websites and apps. Another key role is developing themed signage and environmental graphics and wayfinding systems.
Bringing brands to life. BrandCulture Communications is an award-winning design consultancy that works with clients across three key disciplines to ensure their brands live in the hearts and minds of their employees, stakeholders and customers.
To increase engagement, brands need to demonstrate – not just communicate – their positioning, values and heritage. We help you do just that by creating unique opportunities for people to connect with your brand.
“We believe in the possibility and potential of every project to become a place that people love to be.”
RSM Design works at the intersection of architecture and graphic design, creating places that come alive with energy, functionality and personality. Our tools are branding, graphics, signage, art and a deep-rooted desire to create a memory and influence an experience for the guest, visitor, tenant or resident. When our designs impacts space - we evoke emotion, engagement and loyalty.
“A project’s identity is shaped by the people who move through it.”
In the 1970s, good design became federal policy.