Jenn Lee is a UX Design Student at SCAD in Savannah, GA.
Jenn Lee is a designer, coffee lover, typography enthusiast, and current junior at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) studying UX Design. Her roots lie in South Korea and the Bay Area, but she is currently living, learning, and growing in the small town of Savannah, Georgia.
Andrew Sibert is an Interaction Designer at Google in Mountain View, California.
Andrew Sibert was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. Being the son of two architects, as long as he can remember he has been encouraged to create. Recently, Andrew has discovered product design, something he hopes to pursue as a life long passion.
When Google’s Kirkland campus was set to dramatically expand, they needed a new wayfinding scheme for both Googlers and visitors. The desire was a design approach that was innovative in the way it reflects the company’s values and attitude.
A permanent installation featuring 5,880 arcade buttons is delighting visitors to the public lobby of Google NY at 111 8th Avenue.
The project began when Google was renovating the lobby of their New York flagship building and needed a new sign. It couldn’t be just any sign; it needed to be something that was visually interesting, interactive and evergreen. It also had to represent Google’s brand in look and spirit.
When Google opened its new Tech Corners Campus in Sunnyvale, California, they were committed to creating work and social spaces that support employee health, enhance the workplace experience and improve overall sustainability. Valerio Dewalt Train Associates and Media Objectives established a set of guiding design principles aimed at creating a place that inspires growth, surprises and delights, is economical and scalable--and memorable.
Flexible workspaces are all the rage in the corporate world. For Motorola Mobility's new headquarters in Chicago's repurposed Merchandise Mart, Gensler tweaked the 21st century office genre with a hackable, graphically layered environment that celebrates Motorola's employees and the city they love.