Nikki San Miguel is currently a principal at Clearstory in San Francisco.
Nikki draws on her intuitive understanding of how people navigate their environments to create clear and consistent wayfinding systems. Her prodigious memory allows her to catalog and reference all the details of a project, keeping teams on track and projects running smoothly. A steadfast persistence helps her thrive in the dynamic environment of large and complex projects.
Chris Haar is an Environmental Graphic Designer with a focus on sign and display manufacturing. His expertise lies in generating original concepts, as well as collaborating with other designers to integrate manufacturing capabilities into designs. Haar specializes in Wayfinding design and execution, Branding, Visual Identities, ADA sign code, and Project Management.
John Mesa is an Experiential Graphic Designer at Showoff Designs and has numerous years of experience in Graphic Design and Experiential Design.
Throughout life John Mesa was always drawing, and took classes at local art schools. He studied Commercial Arts and Graphic Design through OJT in Oklahoma. Mesa then started doing layouts for a wholesale grocer in their print shop, and was discovered by Benham, Blair & Affiliates Architects & Engineers to do their in-house graphics and promotional packages.
Elisa Grossette started her career as an industrial designer specializing in product design, but she has always been fascinated by the urban environment, so turning to wayfinding was a natural fit for her.
Gretta Fry is a creative who wears many hats but at the end of the day, consistently helps clients clearly communicate.
She manages design projects, work-flow, and expectations with positive client and team connections. The extensive graphics expertise give her clients confidence in making informed decisions that best serve them and their purpose. Gretta’s design experience, honed skill set, and detail-oriented vision compliment forward-thinking clients and dynamic solutions.
Barbara Herbert is an experienced exhibit designer. She has been making things as long as she can remember and believes that you must first determine what a project needs to be, then figure out how to build it.
Rebecca Dixon is a Wayfinding Strategist & Designer at JRC Design in Phoenix, AZ.
Rebecca Dixon glided into the JRC Design team as a graphic designer in 2012. As a Master in the Science of Design candidate at Arizona State University Rebecca Dixon completed her thesis working with the VA Hospital focusing on Wayfinding throughout their Health Care facility. A researcher by heart, Rebecca's diverse skills centralize around programming, planning, and design research methods making her a diverse part of the JRC Team.