Janette Shew is a specialist in user experience design, strategy, and research, and business systems analysis. Her project domains include health and wellness, insurance, transportation, and entertainment.
Maddie Kropa is a Producer at Ideum. She is interested in art, culture, and creating opportunities for learning through technology. At Ideum, Maddie works closely with clients and Ideum’s exceptional team of designers and programmers to coordinate interactive application projects.
Ideum is a creative company focused on emerging technology and on designing public installations and products that can create meaningful and compelling user experiences. We are a US-based company and we design and produce the best quality multitouch tables and touch walls. We also develop custom exhibit for public spaces including museums, corporate headquarters, retail, and other places where people gather.
Nils Wiberg is an Interactive Artist and Interaction Designer from Sweden based in Iceland who holds a Masters degree in Human Computer Interaction and a Master degree in Cognitive Science.
Nils Wiberg's design work focuses on bringing Tangible Computing to the realm of exhibition design. As an Interaction Designer he specializes in the creation of immersive experiences where people reach insight through an unconscious process of intuition which leads to an insight. In this he strives to poeticize the distance between man and technology.
With 17 years of extensive experience in interactive strategy, development and design, Colleen Hamilton bridges the gap between technology and visual design skillfully. She excels in her ability to understand both the user experience and technical issues of an interactive challenge. Her skills were honed by her extensive work in software consulting and development, and her background in both Physics and mural painting.
Edmund Li is an associate and a senior exhibit designer of Reich+Petch Design International, with over 18 years of experience designing interpretive and wayfinding signage, exhibits, museums donor recognition, and interactive media for public environments around the world.
Ben Acornley is a Partner and Creative Director at Applied, and has overseen the detailed development and delivery of the Legible London prototype on Bond Street as well as the system development during the pilot phase. Ben always places the end user at the heart of development, combining usability with obsessive attention to detail to achieve the right balance in maps, forms and publications. He oversaw the design of the Legible London Yellow Book, and the Visual Design Standards Manual, that set the benchmark for a city wayfinding design.