Tangram Design is a leading, creative design firm whose success is driven by our people and their commitment to execute with excellence and apply innovative strategies and design solutions to improve the social, economical and environmental well being of the communities we serve.
Ad Light Group's turnkey operation allows us to take care of all our customers' needs, from concept to completion. Whether we are working with designers, architects, developers, owners, property managers or general contractors, we have the flexibility to step into a project at any point in time and supply the services needed to complete the job. Our design professionals are well versed in the fabrication process and our estimator/project managers will guide a job from beginning to end.
Our ASI Signage Heartland affiliate has been in business for over 30 years while our network in the United States has been in existence for the last 50 years. Tom and Dianne Latimer are the owners of ASI in Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Colorado and Wyoming, and have grown their Company from two employees in 1985 to 100 employees today. That growth has been due to providing new and innovative products along with an absolute commitment to customer service.
2008 Angel Award honoree, former Denver Chapter Co-Chair, and Chapter Liaison to the Board
George Lim is a Principal Partner/Creative Director of Tangram Design, a lecturer at the University of Colorado School of Environmental Design, and an active member of the SEGD, as a Denver Chapter Chair.
DLR Group welcomes experiential graphic designer Zach Kotel to the firm. He is a talented and versatile designer with nearly 10 years experience in wayfinding + signage packages, brand development campaigns, and experiential graphics projects for a variety of client types. Working from the firm’s Denver location, Kotel will lead project teams in art direction, design, and project management to elevate a client’s brand.
JLL engaged us to incorporate their brand identity and add compelling visual elements to their renovated Denver location in 2018. In the highly competitive world of commercial real estate, JLL understood the importance of personalizing its space to engage its local workforce and create an emotional connection to the JLL brand through the physical space.
From funding, planning and infrastructure, to design and policing, many transit agencies essentially have built two systems with different standards for “choice” and “dependent” riders (that is to say white and Black).