Julia Seo is a visual designer from Toronto who is obsessed with finding methods to visualize the process of complex problems. She focuses on exploring ways to apply design thinking to understand problems at high-level and in detail for healthcare organizations. Julia graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Design with Honors degree from the York University/Sheridan College Program in Design. She currently works as a designer at Coactuate, a strategic design consultancy in Toronto focused on helping healthcare organizations innovate and grow.
Tanya Mogilevsky is a graphic designer specializing in brand identity and environmental graphic design. With a clean, minimalist aesthetic and a close eye for detail Tanya enjoys finding a unique and functional solution for every design problem she approaches, whether it is a logo for a startup or a large-scale wayfinding program. Her client base is diverse, from entrepreneurs to architects to educational institutions.
Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc. (C7A) is a world-renowned architecture and exhibit design firm that maximizes the power of collaboration to bring fresh solutions to complex design challenges. Since 1962, the firm has received dozens of awards – including the prestigious American Institute of Architects’ National Firm Award – and is known for its innovative work.
Christina Amri is the founder, principal, and lead designer of Amri Studio, formerly Wallach Glass Studio, SEGD's 2003 Arrow Award honoree and winner of the SEGD Best Artisan Booth at the 2011 SEGD Conference.
Heather Storer completed her MFA degree in graphic design at Ohio University in May 2013. As part of her graduate research, she completed a written thesis and exhibition on the topic of "Authenticity in Branding." Her professional interests span many aspects of branding including interior architecture, retail design, merchandising, packaging and environmental graphics.
Meeker & Associates was founded in 1985 by Donald Meeker. Although trained in design and fine arts, Meeker’s approach to design has been shaped by his experience as a community planner, his love of the outdoors, his work in public and corporate environmental graphic design with Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn, and his father’s influence as a structural engineer.