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Adrianna Cai
Adrianna Cai

Adrianna Cai is a graphic designer with Kate Keating Associates. Adrianna graduated from University of California, Davis, with a Bachelor's of Arts, Design and Psychology.

Adriana Cai's responsibilites include:

Leah Schuster
Lea Schuster

Lea Schuster's collaborative and committed spirit, expertise and technical knowledge, and passion for design help RDG clients tell their stories through captivating and energizing environmental graphics.

Ellie Byrom-Haley, President and CCO of Gecko Group, West Chester, PA
Ellie Byrom-Haley

As founder and chief creative officer at Gecko Group, and throughout more than 20 years in graphic and dimensional design, Ellie Byrom-Haley has built an outstanding reputation managing complex design, advertising and exhibit projects for agencies and museums in San Francisco, New York, and Philadelphia.

Best Case Documents for Museum Exhibits

Documentation from the V&A Museum in London for Graphic Design, Hardware, Environmental Control, Teams and Text Management.

Detailing 101

Learn best practice methods for developing 2D and 3D detail drawings for design intent documentation packages!

Course presenter and expert on detailing, Keith Davis,will walk you through the fundamentals of detailing: drawing types, methodologies, notation and best practices for your documentation process.

This presentation is targeted as an introductory overview of Design Detailing best practice  methods in the context of 2D and 3D Design Intent Documentation for EGD.  

Four videos cover the following:

Katie Osborn

Katie Osborn is the Founder, Principal, and Wayfinding Strategist for Via Collective, formerly The Office of Katie Osborn.

Cory Binau
Cory Binau

Cory Binau is a Senior Designer at Studio SC. The Seattle-based group is a multi-disciplinary graphic design firm with a focus in environmental graphics.

Kim Norberg

Kim Norberg is a senior designer at AECOM Buildings + Places.

Kim Norberg is a seasoned design professional who has extensive experience in the development of information systems. She combines her understanding of architecture and the built environment with her signage and wayfinding expertise when developing comprehensive graphic standards manuals, master plan documents, details, elevations, sign face layouts, directory maps, applied graphics and more.

Sam Coultrip, Applied Wayfinding
Sam Coultrip

An experienced wayfinding consultant, Sam Coultrip has contributed to some of the world’s most innovative wayfinding projects including WalkNYC, The Met in New York, the cities of Vancouver & Cleveland, and Masdar City, an eco-city in the Middle East.

Now based in Toronto, he collaborates with world-leading wayfinding companies including Applied Wayfinding, Living Map and most recently Pam Wayfinding.

Dan King, DOC-X Design Documentation
Dan King

Dan King is a principal at DOC-X Design Documentation, and Director of Environmental Graphic Design at Jacobs Engineering

DOC-X Design Documentation provides comprehensive design and detailing assistance to The EGD community. With 26 years of hands-on design/build experience on projects ranging from single location retail to world-class resorts and international airports, Dan helps you delight your clients. 

Justin Wallace

I provide creative solutions for the built environment

Justin Wallace’s love of environmental design began in San Diego, CA back in the summer of 2000. Joining Security Signs in the spring of 2015, Justin brings his 15+ years in the industry and his extensive background in branding and visual communications for the built environment to the Pacific Northwest.

Betty Crawford, Gresham Smith and Partners
Betty Crawford

Betty Crawford is a senior environmental graphic designer at Gresham, Smith & Partners with more than 25 years of experience in signage and wayfinding solutions. Developing and maintaining strong client relationships is at the top of Betty’s pyramid of goals. Those clients are spread among healthcare, aviation, transportation, corporate, and urban design markets. Betty’s attention to detail, logical analysis, design, and programming skills along with concise documentation are reflected in many award-winning projects.

Tim Rucker, Gresham Smith & Partners
Tim Rucker

Tim Rucker's Specialties: Signage Design, Wayfinding, Print Graphics, and Logo Design

Glenn Davis, Gresham Smith and Partners
Glenn Davis

With 15 years of experience, Glenn has provided a full suite of environmental graphic design services—including branding and wayfinding—for a variety of healthcare and higher education institutions, corporations, airports and municipalities. He has produced award-winning projects for many diverse repeat clients and has been published in major industry trade journals.

David Park, Gresham, Smith and Partners
David Park

I am a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer at Gresham, Smith and Partners, and have enjoyed a diverse career of working on programs for mixed-use, corporate, hospitality, retail and exhibit projects across the United States, and in China and Qatar.

My strengths lie in logical wayfinding, signage design that is congruent with its architectural or landscape environment, and design detailing.

James Hungerford, Xibitz Inc.
James Hungerford

In nearly 30 years of forming, developing and growing companies – beginning with a personal startup at age 25 – James Hungerford has enjoyed diverse opportunities to provide strategic, creative, production and logistical services for theater (including Broadway), opera, corporate live events, exhibitions, theme park attractions, and film and television.

Headshot of Designer Jim Harding, Gresham, Smith and Partners
Jim Harding

Jim Harding leads Gresham, Smith and Partners, an award-winning Environmental Graphic Design Group based in Nashville, Tennesee. Since 1986, his career at GS&P's includes a diverse range of signage and wayfinding design experience is unique in the breadth of industries and project types it covers, including corporate and urban design, healthcare, land planning and aviation clients.

Stephen Killion, Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
Stephen Killion

Good design should always consider the user.

Jim Baehr, Infinite Scale
Jim Baehr

Principal and Sr Project Manager Specializing in Sports Venues

As Principal and Senior Project Manager at Infinite Scale, Jim provides the foundation for each client project. As a trained graphic designer combined with an extensive background in working with architects, Jim brings an expert eye for the creative process together with an analytical approach to ensure that complex projects achieve both aesthetic and organizational success.

Amy Chandler, GGLO
Amy Chandler

Amy Chandler received a Master of Architecture from the New School of Architecture and Design in San Diego, after which she applied her craft in Southern California for several years before moving back to her native Northwest. Amy has worked on a wide range of projects including retail, commercial, office, healthcare, community, education, restaurants, and residential. Whatever the project type, Amy strives to create places and spaces that sustain and connect values of the community.

Simon Lee, Atkins
Simon Lee

Simon leads a specialist pedestrian movement and wayfinding consultancy team on complex studies throughout the UK, Europe, North America, Middle East and China.

Previous clients include: Transport for London; Network Rail; BAA; Shanghai Metro Group; Boston Redevelopment Authority; Qatar Foundation; Foster & Partners; Land Securities; Hammerson.

Key roles and responsibilities include:

Greg Rose

Design with purpose, vision, and heart. Greg Rose's background spans several spheres of visual communication: corporate identity, advertising, information design, interaction design, exhibitions, architectural graphics, and wayfinding. The experiential and physical nature of graphics for the built environment has especially incited his curiosity and passion.

Since 2009, Greg Rose Design has served clients in healthcare, education, tourism, retail, insurance, professional services, entrepreneurship, and community development with a focus on quality and value.

Barbara Schwarzenbach, Cloud Gehshan Associates
Barbara Schwarzenbach

Barbara Schwarzenbach is an exceptional designer who is responsible for some of CGA’s most celebrated projects. Her problem-solving abilities, prolific ideas and strong materials knowledge have benefited a variety of clients and projects.

Her design of an electronic kiosk at Johns Hopkins University and the Communication, Wayfinding, Signage Plan for the Ohio and Erie National Heritage Canalway received accolades from the Society for Environmental Graphic Design. Her Schuylkill River Land and Water Emergency Management Plan was similarly recognized.

Eric Castorena, PDR
Eric Castorena

With over eight years of graphic design experience, Eric Castorena’s expertise encompasses environmental graphic design and wayfinding. In his role as Designer with PDR’s Visual Communications team, Eric’s responsibilities include developing and expanding brand identities, workplace booklets and additional in-house graphics, along with managing multiple environmental graphic programs.

Matt Cavalier, Cloud Gehshan Associates
Matt Cavalier

Mr. Cavalier has several years of experience in providing signage and wayfinding solutions to a variety of clients. He has received numerous honors and accolades including the 2009 Signage Award by Signs of the Times Magazine for The Barnes on the Parkway site interpretive signage. He was also an integral member of the design team for the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in DC, currently under construction and anticipated for dedication in October 2014.

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