Experiential Graphic Design

Elisabeth Populo

As a design nomad, Elisabeth Populo's background ranges from advertising with an emphasis on brand strategy to fantastic experiential living sculptures. She thrives on collaboration and loves to connect with like minded designers who never stop learning. Throughout her career she has been focused on the expression of brands and ideas through every medium of design - from a small post card or poster to animated water sculptures and signage. The goal of each project for Elisabeth is to foster engagement between people, with a specific space, with an idea, with a brand and with each other.

Lis Populo
Canary, a Gould Evans Studio
Phoenix

Half Day Studio

Half Day Studio is an integrated design studio, specializing in building brands, creating experiences, and designing environments - all working together to tell your story.

Purpose
Half Day Studio believes that brands and places are more than just “things,” but can have real impact on lives if they are done correctly. We are driven by a deep desire to improve customer experiences in the world around us. Every project is a little different, and that’s what we love - evolving just a little more each time to meet the needs of our clients.

Tongji University

Tongji University, formerly Tongji German Medical School, was established in 1907. It was given its present name and became a state university in 1927. It was one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher education in China. The university has developed rapidly in all respects over the sixty-five years since the founding of China, especially since the country's opening-up policy.

Jessica Barness

Jessica Barness is an Associate Professor in the School of Visual Communication Design at Kent State University. Her research resides at the intersection of design, humanistic inquiry, and interactive technologies, investigated through a critical, practice-based approach. She is also involved in ongoing projects connecting sound studies and design. As an educator, she focuses on interdisciplinary projects that connect communication design with the areas of architecture, museum studies, entrepreneurship, and the sciences.

Jessica Barness
Kent State University
Kent, Ohio

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