The Avery Dennison corporate offices at 207 Goode Avenue, often referred to as 207, in Glendale, California were designed to be a modern workspace reflective of the company’s innovative spirit and collaborative, global culture. To ensure the fifth and sixth floors of a new space in a LEED Gold building showcased Avery Dennison’s culture, the team sought the expertise of HOK, a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm that specializes in transforming spaces.
Signets is Cleveland's best choice for architectural signage, specializing in design, manufacturing and management of wayfinding, brand communication and information signage solutions.
Signets has the expertise that clients depend on, with 50 years of experience in interior and exterior wayfinding signage systems. Signets provides a total spectrum of signs and graphics for the environment in which they must function.
Originally designed by Emery Roth & Sons in 1961, 280 Park Avenue is one of midtown Manhattan’s premier corporate addresses.
Altitude Design Office is a team of creatives, strategists, and visual thinkers on a mission to inspire progress. Our practice is driven by the positive impact our design has on individuals, businesses and communities.
Altitude believes design should make people take notice and, more importantly—take action.
We embrace a strategic process to bring stories and ideas to life through meaningful experiences that people can see, touch, feel and be inspired by encountering.
Provider of the multi-touch digital signage solution umaSKIN.
uma was founded in 1994 in Austria, but has been a globally thinking company in its 22 years of existence.
Being an awarded leader of innovation within our field, we have been able to provide high end solutions to MNC’s as well as small and mid sized companies in the DACH region, the UK and the US as well as in the CEE market.
Our expertise lies in semantic content aggregation combined with multi-user multi-touch interaction
In a wide world of wayfinding, we’re guiding people
“Wayfinding and orientation form integral parts of people’s daily lives. We have to find our way through cities, through buildings, along streets and highways, using public transportation etc.. Many times the environment to be navigated is unfamiliar: People are there for the first time and to find a goal without a previously acquired mental map. They depend on external information or knowledge in the world. Such knowledge resides in the environment and is communicated through signs, guidance systems and architectural clues.”
A master upholsterer, disappearing maps and a continuous thin red line are just a few of the tactics employed by BrandCulture to bring Westfield’s incredible history to life.
The centerpiece of the entry to Main Street is a 15-foot touchscreen wall where employees and visitors can tap icons representing cars, shoes, handbags, and other goods, then see how many items were sold in that category in the past few hours or days.
John Emshwiller is co-chair of the Los Angeles Chapter.
John Emshwiller is a Senior Associate and Design Director with more than 19 years of professional brand design experience. He dedicates himself to providing clients with authentic designs and strategies that when completed are impactful and consistent with company’s visual identity.
Kaijie Chen, a surface & visual designer living in the US, was born in Shanghai in 1991. She graduated from Donghua University with a B.S. in Textile Engineering & Design in 2014. As a distinguished graduate, Kaijie began to teach Textile Design and Styling courses as a lecturer at Donghua University. As a student in Philadelphia University pursuing M.S.