Nick Ross is a graphic designer in San Francisco with a passion for social justice and community-focused design. Nick develops strategic experiential, wayfinding, and signage solutions for brands and clients across print, digital, and spatial formats. Nick is a knowledge leader for technical design aspects including: programming, code requirements, and fabrication of environmental graphics and signage.
Joanne Johnson is a Communications Specialist with Gemini, Inc. Johnson is also an expert listener, creative writer and trusted resource energized by collaboration, challenges and the development of people and ideas.
Her Key Experience is in leadership, coaching, blogs and WIKI, communications, program management, strategic planning, product management, employee development, and process improvement.
Nikki San Miguel is currently a Principal at Kate Keating Associates where she has worked for the past 10 and a half years. She joined the firm in 2008 and rapidly emerged as a talented leader, client communicator, and problem solver. She has a passion for developing signage and wayfinding systems that complement the surrounding architecture while emphasizing clarity and consistency as the most effective ways to guide users to their destination. She has an intuitive understanding of how people navigate their environment and thrives on collaborating with large teams on complex projects.
Jake Andrews is an Experiential Graphic Designer at Jack Porter, Inc. Andrews is a designer dedicated to the cultivation of creative ideas who is efficient at utilizing multiple disciplines to achieve impactful solutions.
Chanel (Duyen) Hai is a Student at Parsons School of Design in the Greater New York City Area.
Chanel Hai is a creative technologist whose conceptual and strategic thinking skills combine with a solid, both digital and analog, design background.
Currently Chanel Hai is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Design & Technology at Parsons School of Design. So far she's made exhibition prototypes for a Smithsonian museum, joined a hackathon and learned how to code.
With environments moving more toward the use of digital technologies every day, a basic understanding of digital signage terminology, technology and the most important questions you can ask your clients to start the digital conversation will really help you get a head start on digital projects.