Meet Krystal Schumacher, a Colorado dweller, lover of design and an SEGD Denver Chapter member. Her career in Wayfinding Design at Denver International Airport combined with her experience as a developer and adjunct professor for Environmental Graphic Design courses at a University, keeps her continuously immersed in the pursuit to effortlessly lead people through the built environment and beyond. She finds much joy in discovering innovative opportunities to “connect people to place” while collaborating with other incredible design professionals and colleagues on the topic.
Matthew DeLade is relatively new to the EGD world and loving everything about it.
At the start of Matthew DeLade's final semester of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado he was introduced to the world of EGD. Matthew DeLade immediately loved it and has been focusing the past year on becoming an environmental graphic designer. He is presently working for Tangram Design, which has allowed him to learn about the EGD as well as become a better designer.
Matthew DeLade is originally from Bethlehem, Pa., and currently lives in Boulder, Colo.
Learning to See, the permanent exhibit in the new Science Pyramid space at the Denver Botanic Gardens, brings to life the stories hidden within Colorado's landscape. By helping visitors of all ages and backgrounds to recognize the complexity of the scenes that surround them and understand their interconnectedness with the environment, the exhibit provokes exploration and inspires wonder. It also highlights, for the first time, the important research work conducted at the Gardens and the ways in which citizens can become involved in plant conservation research themselves.
Thank you to all who were able to join us for our Madhatter Membership Mixer. Design organizations across Denver including SEGD, AIGA, IDSA, ASID, ADCD, AIA, and the Denver Architectural Foundation came together for a very special night of networking and fun!
Appetizers and a specialty "Drink Me" cocktail were provided at the event. There was also a fully costumed Madhatter that helped to stir networking and socializing during the event.