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Museum of Arts and Design Digital Wayfinding and Interactives

Museum of Arts and Design

MAD World

With a newly renovated building, dynamic wayfinding, and engaging interactives, the Museum of Arts and Design enters a new era.

A caterpillar requires 10 days to emerge from its chrysalis as a Monarch butterfly. It takes 10 weeks for a downy cygnet to transform into a Trumpeter swan. For the Museum of Arts and Design, metamorphosis has been a decades-long undertaking.

Syracuse University Donor Recognition and Environmental Graphics

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Newhouse, New Media

At Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications, a double marriage between media and content, tradition and innovation.

It’s hard to imagine a better venue for celebrating the medium and the message than Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. One of the premiere mass communications schools in the U.S., Newhouse is both a bastion of the principles of free press and a beta site for education in the digital era.

Nancy Daniels

1998 Distinguished Member Award honoree

Nancy Daniels has been fascinated and challenged by the intersection of informal learning and technology for almost ten years. Whether it's online activities, environments or mobile apps, Nancy Daniels focuses on how to integrate media and technology effectively, meaningfully and beautifully. Mobile has blown up the potential of creating incredibly powerful experiences-- for collaboration, productivity and fun.

Nancy Daneils
San Francisco, CA

John Souter

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree

John Souter, PhD, is Director of Operations for Accent Signage Systems, a high-tech wholesale fabricator of interior ADA signage. John joined Accent in 2005 after almost 20 years with 3M, where he was responsible for research and development in color science and digital imaging, working in Europe, Asia, and the United States.

John Souter
Minneapolis, MN

Craig Johnson

2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree

Craig Johnson has provided the creative design and direction for more than 40 award winning interactive multimedia programs, videos and films.

Craig Johnson
Interpret Green
Philadelphia, PA

Official NYC Information Center

Virtually There

The Official NYC Visitors Center is a digital-era launching pad for New York tourists.

The renovation of the Official NYC Information Center is not a mere before-and-after story. In the hands of New York-based designers Local Projects and WXY Architecture, the storefront space in midtown Manhattan has been transformed from a stereotypical visitor-service station into a new model that swaps printed maps and brochures for digital interfaces that are seamlessly integrated with the architecture.

Sony Wonder Technology Lab

World of Wonder

The second-generation Sony Wonder Technology Lab negotiates a new deal between technology, architecture, and experience.  

In many ways, the newly renovated Sony Wonder Technology Lab—Sony Corporation of America’s interactive, free-to-the-public museum in midtown Manhattan—reflects the evolution of our love affair with technology.

Douglas Morris

SEGD President 2002-2003

As Co-founder, Design Director, and Principal of Poulin + Morris Inc., Douglas Morris has directed visual communications programs for clients including ABC News, Ann Taylor, Barnard College, The City University of New York, CNN, College of William & Mary, Columbia University and many more.

Headshot of Doug Morris, Partner in Poulin + Morris
Poulin + Morris
New York, NY

JetBlue Terminal T5

True Blue

Intuitive wayfinding and on-brand environmental graphics get the job done at JetBlue’s new JFK terminal.

Literally in the shadow of the iconic Eero Saarinen-designed TWA terminal at New York’s JFK International Airport, the new JetBlue Airways terminal was designed to do its job quietly, without drawing attention away from the Saarinen landmark.

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