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Carol Newsom is the founder of Newsom Gonzales in Los Angeles
Carol Newsom

Carol Newsom is the founder of Newsom Gonzales in Los Angeles.

Nicole Roberts is the Creative Lead at Kolar Design in Cincinnati
Nicole Roberts

Nicole Roberts is the Creative Lead at Kolar Design in Cincinnati.

Surface Imaging M.S. Program Now at the New Jefferson
Jefferson Surface Imaging Program Now Accepting New Degree Candidates

The Surface Imaging program at Jefferson is now accepting new degree candidates for 2018-2019, starting May 14, 2018. This unique graduate program utilizes a variety of state-of-the-art digital printing technologies at the Center for Excellence in Surface Imaging. Successful students enrolled in this accelerated one-year program will graduate in August 2019.

2016 Webinar | Budgeting for EGD: The Fabrication Perspective
2016 Webinar | Budgeting for EGD: The Fabrication Perspective

 

Sponsored by Color-Ad

Speaker: S.K. Rao, Color-Ad

Ever wondered how fabricators are able to make the magic happen in keeping costs down while maintaining your design intent? It's all about asking the right questions and making effective decisions in the design process. Join S.K. Rao, Vice-President at Color-Ad for the insights and knowledge that will make your project better while getting costs inline. In this course, S.K. Will address:

Rachel Dixon is a Junior Designer with Two Twelve in New York
Rachel Dixon

Rachel Dixon is a Junior Designer with Two Twelve in New York.

Two Twelve is a public information design firm that develops sustainable, user-centered designs to help people understand an increasingly complicated world.

Everywhere we go, we encounter implicit and explicit cues to guide us, from environment and behavior to graphics and manuals. In complex environments, these cues become part of a system that can assist people to sort through data, fill out a form, absorb new information, or navigate a place.

Jen Vitello is a Designer at Two Twelve in New York
Jen Vitello

Jen Vitello is a Designer at Two Twelve in New York.

Two Twelve is a public information design firm that develops sustainable, user-centered designs to help people understand an increasingly complicated world.

Everywhere we go, we encounter implicit and explicit cues to guide us, from environment and behavior to graphics and manuals. In complex environments, these cues become part of a system that can assist people to sort through data, fill out a form, absorb new information, or navigate a place.

Geoff Fried is a Professor of Design at Leslie University
Geoffry Fried

Geoffry Fried (Geoff) is a Professor of Design whose academic focus and expertise include typography, design methods and strategies, and the language of design. Geoffry Fried was the Chair of the Design department from 1994 to 2007. He has also taught at Boston University, Rhode Island School of Design, and Northeastern University. Geoffry Fried earned his MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University (1982) and his BA in English from Carnegie-Mellon (1973).

Entro at Centennial College
Entro Gets Cooking at Centennial College

The Entro (Toronto) design team whips up some tasteful branding, wayfinding, and placemaking solutions for Centennial College’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts.

Whybrow at UAL
A Maze of Corridors—Whybrow at UAL

As part of their on-going work, creative agency Johnson Banks brought in Whybrow Wayfinding to help develop a wayfinding scheme for Camberwell College of Arts, which is part of UAL (University of the Arts London).

UBC Art Installations Aim to Brighten Your Rainy Day

The art installations, which are located along UBC's main mall walkway, work in a way that is similar to invisible ink.

Tessellate Designs BioBus
Tessellate Designs BioBus, Innovative Science Education Lab

Seeking to create a mobile lab prototype to support their new model for STEM education, BioBus asked Tessellate to plan and design their innovative community laboratory.

Spagnola & Associates at Stevens Institute of Technology
Go Ducks! Spagnola & Associates at Stevens Institute of Technology

Tony Spagnola of Spagnola & Associates (New York) posits that positive professional relationships enhance good design—and it’s certainly the case with the firm’s work for Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J., where one project led to two more, then another five.

When the Student is Ready, the Teacher Will Appear
When the Student is Ready, the Teacher Will Appear

By Nicole R. Roberts, Creative Lead at Kolar Design
This summer I returned back to my alma mater to team teach Design Systems, a junior-level experiential graphic design course. We guide students to research social issues within local communities to co-create wayfinding systems and strategic placemaking design.

Jacqueline Hoffman
Jacqueline Hoffmann

Jacqueline Hoffmann is a Solutions Consultant at Mvix, a leading provider of content-rich digital signage solutions.

Jacqueline leads the DC Metro team for Mvix, working with designers and engineers to implement digital signage networks for interactive experiences, building directories and wayfinding applications, digital kiosks and other custom projects.

Surface Imaging M.S. Program Now at the New Jefferson
Surface Imaging M.S. Program Now at the New Jefferson

Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University have combined as of July 1, 2017, to form the new Jefferson, a comprehensive national university focused on the professional education. The M.S. in Surface Imaging program remains as active and significant as before and now is a part of Thomas Jefferson University. 

Ohio State Interpretive Signage
Direct Embed Helps Rediscover History at the Ohio State University

If you have walked the Ohio State University campus it is most likely you have been standing on the site of the old Ohio Field torn down in 1922. University architect Bernie Costantino spearheaded the project designed by MKSK Studios in Cincinnati to commemorate the field and the legends who competed on it with signs and yard markers that were installed in spring 2017. All graphics on the markers were developed with the Direct Embed Coating System which perfectly wrapped the three dimension landmarks in historic pictures and interpretive text.

Matthew Mohr
Matthew Mohr

Matthew Mohr is an Experiential Artist/Designer, Associate Professor of Advertising and Design at the Columbus College of Art and Design, and President at Wonder-Shirts, Inc.

Matthew Mohr teaches senior advertising and graphic design, portfolio, and graduate seminar. An e-commerce designer and manager, Mohr’s professional career included a decade in New York with clients such as Samsung, Newsweek, NASA, Norma Kamali and Bloomingdale’s. He has presented at SIGGRAPH and was featured on RES magazine’s 2004 Who’s Now/Who’s Next list.

Hannah Olin, Environmental Graphic Designer at Gensler in Washington DC
Hannah Olin

Hannah Olin a co-chair of the Washington DC chapter and is an Environmental Graphic Designer at Gensler.

Hannah Olin has lead design projects in the areas of wayfinding, experiential graphic design and strategy for clients such as:

Yvette Fevurly
Yvette Fevurly

A 21-year veteran of Forcade, Senior Designer Yvette Fevurly is responsible for the supervision and management of all stages of the design process for our largest and most complex projects. Driven by the evolutionary nature of our work, Yvette believes the creative challenges of each new project inspire great design. While the core work may be the same, including signage or environmental branding – each project offers the opportunity to improve how people interact with the space around them.

Peter Bain, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Peter Bain

Peter Bain is a designer working from a deep background in the application of typography to solve design challenges. His experience includes environmental graphic design, brand identity, custom letterforms, books and publications, advertising, and marketing communications. He has worked across a wide range of sectors, from financial services to sports marketing, and from academic and cultural organizations to pharmaceuticals and real estate.

Richard Ventura
Richard Ventura

Richard Ventura is the Vice President of Strategy for NEC Display Solutions of America’s, overseeing all strategy related activities for the organization. Focusing on leading the development and communications of strategies aimed at evolving the business and driving it forward, while working with the Executive Team to define the vision and direction for the company and establish strategic initiatives that disrupt current and future markets, explore alternative solutions, and result in short and long-term gains.

The Office of Strategic Management core focus is:

Cheri Devlin, Design Director, Selbert Perkins, Los Angeles
Cheri Devlin

Cheri Devlin is a Design Director at Selbert Perkins in Los Angeles. She joined Selbert Perkins in 2013 coming from AECOM where she worked for six years. Cheri Devlin has also worked at Romero Thorsen Design Inc, RTKL and The Jerde Partnership.

Cheri Devlin earned her Masters in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelors in Architecture from Lehigh University.

Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Yorston & Associates Support Harvard Graduate Design Program

Yorston & Associates and their distributor partner, Harbor Sales, supported the Harvard University Graduate School of Design program, Hybrid Formations: Interdisciplinary Design, last fall with a donation of Alumet Supply aluminum sheet metal. Volkan Alkanoglu, Lecturer in Architecture, described the course as a way to examine and implement techniques and strategies for the design of prototype structures out of aluminum sheet metal.

An excerpt from the course description reads:

Yazi Banner
Yazi

In today’s world, visual communication has an ever-expanding reach and impact on the daily lives of all of us. 

That is why yazi offers a unique portfolio of design services to our clients. From environmental graphics and wayfinding, to brand identity, print, advertising, photography, and web design, yazi can help to communicate your unique identity and message to the world around you.

FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios
FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios

The Miami Beach Urban Studios builds upon the vision of the College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts by utilizing the innovation, community engagement, and expertise afforded by its participating faculty members, facilities, and location to be at the forefront of teaching, research, and service in art, design, performance, and communication.

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