Monica Criswell is an experienced designer and art educator and a graduate student at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Her passion is designing and illustrating for education purposes. She enjoys telling a visual story through traditional or digital art, collaborating with others and creating effective communicative work.
Monica Criswell wants to use her skills on exhibit, displays, identity and wayfinding, and contribute to environmental design projects.
Software InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Audacity, Word, Excel, Powerpoint
Kim Baer, principal of Los Angeles-based design studio KBDA, is a strong believer in the power of design as a strategic tool. Her firm has created research-driven work for clients as diverse as the Getty, Amgen, Hyatt, Nike, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, Inner-City Arts, the Skirball Cultural Center, and the LA Philharmonic.
KBDA specializes in helping organizations hone their positioning and messaging. Once that messaging has been crafted, KBDA is well known for its focus on audience experience, whether that is expressed online, in print, or in a 3D environment.
Klaus Bjerager has worked with IA and wayfinding over the years in two different capacities: as an information architect (both in the "traditional" analog way and as defined by Morville and Rosenfield for the web) and as an educator.
Yuxin Cheng is a graduate student at Philadelphia University, pursuing her Master's Degree in Surface Imaging. Yuxin Cheng has a background in textile print design and digital photography. Yuxin Cheng is from China, spent my senior year as an undergraduate at UC Davis, and started her graduate program in Philadelphia. Experiential Graphic Design is new to Yuxin Cheng and she is interested in learning more. She would love to use her professional skills to make our environment look better.
Ryan Doro is a Graphic Design student at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Ryan Doro's college experiences include active membership in Alpha Rho Chi, the co-ed, professional, design fraternity on campus where he has held leadership roles including initiation planner and president.
Bin Huang joined Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in 2014 as a team member to develop the new museum. Prior to joining the museum, Bin Huang was an exhibition designer at Cinnabar California Inc. in Los Angeles, a company that provides design-build services for museums and other cultural institutions. He led the design of Wilshire Boulevard Temple exhibition and Traction Labs at Western Railway Museum.