Graphic Design

Lamberto Cremonesi

Engineer Lamberto Cremonesi graduated from the University of Padua in civil engineering and earned a degree in geotechnical specialties the following year. He began his experience as a researcher at the University of Padua, but soon realized that his vocation was in the profession of design. After six years at a design studio, in 1987 he founded Tecne— today known as CREW.

Lamberto Cremonesi, Cremonesi Workshop
Brescia, Italy

John Kleinpeter

 Associate Professor of Design teaching Environmental Communication Design courses in the Bachelor of Arts in Design Program.

John R. Kleinpeter began his professional career as a graphic designer in 1982. His professional experience includes design for identity, promotional materials, packaging, environmental graphic design, exhibit, web, television and print.

John Kleinpeter, California State University
California State University Long Beach
Los Angeles

Cory Sistrunk

Cory Sistrunk leads Rapt with an integrated vision and philosophy. He sees great design as a tool that can challenge the status quo and maximize value across every level of an organization, and his work is centered on connecting brands to the people who use them. A former creative director, collector of shoes, and Rapt’s resident workaholic, Cory has directed multiple rebrands and produced groundbreaking work for some of the world’s biggest companies. His work has appeared in Wired, Bloomberg, Design Bureau, the AIGA 100 Show, and Interior Design Magazine.

Cory Sustrunk, Rapt Studio
San Francisco

Kris Helmick

Kris Helmick serves on the 2017-2021 SEGD Boards as the Chapter Chair Liaison, and also as Co-chair for the SEGD Los Angeles Chapter. He is also the Associate Vice President of Environmental Graphics at CallisonRTKL

Kris has more than 10 years of experience working on signage, wayfinding and exhibit design projects.

Kris Helmick
Hunt Design
Los Angeles

Charleen Catt Lyon

Charleen Catt Lyon is Design Principal, majority owner and founder of Catt Lyon Design + Wayfinding, a full-service multi-disciplinary graphic communications firm, located in New York, Chicago, and Cincinnati. In this capacity, she leads the firm’s graphic designers, industrial designers, and architects on all projects.

Charleen Catt Lyon, Catt Lyon Design + Wayfinding
New York

David Schwarz

David Schwarz is an award-winning creative leader who’s spent his career designing brand experiences that integrate content, interactivity, architecture and technology. David has been featured in numerous publications like Creativity, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, Communication Arts, Cool Hunting, FWA, The Hub, among others. He’s spoken at conferences for AIGA, The One Show, SEGD, SXSW, AdWeek, Cannes Lions, FITC, among others. He is also a mentor at New, Inc., the New Museum’s incubator program for art, technology, and design.

David Schwarz, Hush
New York

Ray Berberich

The best wayfinding signage is concise and straightforward yet subtle. They do all the things they’re meant to do without much fanfare—because their job is not to talk about or draw attention to themselves.

Ray Berberich designs like that because he is like that. He started focusing on wayfinding and communication design in the 1990s; since then his scope of work has ranged from logo design and brand-identity communications, to the implementation of large signage programs—for medical facilities, sports venues, retail, hospitality, entertainment and mixed-use facilities.

Ray Berberich, Berberich Design
BDT Architects & Designers
Rapid City, SD

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