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David Cajolet

David Cajolet is a Senior Designer at fd2s in Austin, Texas.

David's more than 20 years experience in the field of experiential graphic design enables him to contribute valuable leadership to the fd2s team as he directs projects in the retail, cultural and technology sectors.

David Cajolet is a Senior Designer at fd2s in Austin, Texas.
fd2s
Austin, Texas

Rick Smits

Rick Smits is a senior designer at fd2s in Austin, Texas. He has been with the firm for 9 years working on healthcare, civic, retail, corporate and donor recognition projects.

Rick Smits earned his Bachelor of Arts (graphic Design) degree from Columbia College Chicago.

Before joining fd2s Rick Smits worked for Comcorp/Plancom and Epstein / neXt wayfinding + design in Chicago.

Rick Smits, Senior Designer at fd2s, Austin, Texas
fd2s
Austin, Texas

fd2s

fd2s was founded in 1985
Founding principal Steven Stamper and fellow principal Curtis Roberts, lead a talented team of designers, strategists, and project managers. For more than 30 years the firm has been creating wayfinding programs, donor recognition exhibits, and experiential graphics that change the way people experience the world around them.

Cynthia Hall

Cynthia is a past member of the SEGD Board

Environmental Graphics can best be described as "Visual Communication in the Built and Natural Environment". It includes planning, designing, and specifying sign systems for guiding people through complex spaces such as cities, buildings, and parks.

Cynthia Hall
fd2s
Austin

Steven Stamper

SEGD President 2008-2009

Steven L. Stamper, SEGD was one of the founders of fd2s in 1985 and currently leads the team as it addresses critical strategic and technical issues related to wayfinding, orientation, and placemaking in the environment.

Steve Stamper
Austin, TX

fd2s Settles in New East Austin Space

fd2s Moves to New Location

Design firm fd2s (Austin, Texas) moved to new offices at 1634 East César Chávez Street on March 1, 2017. They've spent three great years in their current space and will miss being reminded of their work on the development of the livery for Capital Metro’s Metrorail system as the train speeds past the front door several times a day. They are, however, enjoying the advantages of the new space.

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