Healthcare

Rick Smith

A truly versatile designer, manager and creative leader, Rick Smith brings more than 18 years experience to DI. As an environmental and a graphic designer, he links branding and marketing with large-format signage and wayfinding systems.

Working as Creative Director, Rick inspires excellence in DI’s creative team, crafting fully integrated designs and rich experiences with end users in mind. He manages creative direction and team efforts, streamlining design processes for all of DI’s projects.

Headshot of Rick-Smith, Dimensional Innovations
Dimensional Innovations
Kansas City, MO

Jeff Wotowiec

Jeffrey Wotoweic has worked in the design and fabrication fields in DC, Maryland, and Virginia for over ten years. His passion is wayfinding...helping Joe Public get from A to B. He also enjoys photography, architecture, and cycling.

 

Jeff Wotowiec
D|G Studios
Washington, DC

focusEGD

focusEGD (Dallas) recently opened a new 2,700-sq.-ft. studio space.

The company is serving as environmental graphic design and donor recognition consultant for the New Parkland Hospital, a 2.5 million-sq.-ft. replacement hospital that is currently the largest healthcare construction project in the U.S.

Kevin Kern

Kevin Kern is a creative professional with a passion for creating dynamic and memorable environments. A leader with almost twenty years experience in the development of both national and international environmental graphic design projects

Headshot of Kevin Kern, 505Design
Charlotte, NC

Michele Phelan

2007 Angel Award honoree

Michele’s professional career spans over twenty years of design leadership and management in Boston, with specialization in corporate, institutional, and educational clientele. She has worked with National Grid, University of Massachusetts, Children’s Hospital Boston, and New England Aquarium.

Headshot of Michele Phelan, SEGD Boston Chapter Chair, Co-founder of 96pt.
96pt.
Boston, MA

Massachusetts General Hospital

Honor Award
Massachusetts General Hospital

The new wayfinding system for the complex of 18 public hospital buildings takes advantage of its recent redesign, which created a unified network of ground-floor corridors and lobbies. Instead of using building names, the new system is based on "routes" and "stops," like a subway system. People use ground-floor color-coded "routes" to find their "stop" — usually an elevator that takes them to their final destination. From there, building graphics guide users to departments and offices.
 

Two Twelve Associates

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

Honor Award
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, HKS

Inspired by the hospital's new logo, but not wanting to simply reproduce it, the designers came up with a coloring book theme. It was designed to appeal to children and to reassure them that the hospital is a good place. Giant crayons — some of them supports for the signs — decorate the signs, which depict brightly colored stick-figure children. Several signs include fiberoptic lighting, which illuminate the signs at night.

HKS

Jerome Cloud

2010 SEGD Fellow, Partner Cloud Gehshan Associates.  Virginia Gehshan and Jerome Cloud were the recipients of the prestigious SEGD Fellow Award in 2010. They have built their practice on intellectual rigor, systemic thinking, and a user-centered approach to information architecture.

Jerome Cloud headshot
Cloud Gehshan
Philadelphia

Virginia Gehshan

2010 SEGD Fellow, 1995 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1992-1993

Virginia Gehshan and Jerome Cloud were the recipients of the SEGD Fellow Award in 2010. They have built their practice on intellectual rigor, systemic thinking, and a user-centered approach to information architecture.

Virginia Gehshan, Partner, Cloud Gehshan Associates, Philadelphia, 2010 SEGD Fellow, SEGD President 1992-1993
Philadelphia, PA

David Gibson

2009 SEGD Fellow, 1996 Angel Award honoree, and SEGD President 1991-1992

David Gibson is Co-Founder and Principal of Two Twelve. In 2019, David Gibson celebrates his fiftieth year as a designer.

David Gibson, Prinical Two Twelve design, New York City
Two Twelve
New York, NY

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Healthcare