Andy Chen is a Partner at visual identity and graphic design consultancy Isometric Studio, a visual identity and graphic design consultancy based in New York City. The studio collaborates with cultural institutions, startups and nonprofits including the US Agency for International Development, Columbia Business School, Soros Fellowships for New Americans and Rhode Island School of Design.
Robin Anderson is a co-chair for the SEGD Austin Chapter and a designer at Page/Dyal Branding and Graphics in Austin, Texas. She specializes in signage and wayfinding.
As the signage and branding specialists within Page architecture, Dyal Branding and Graphics design everything from wayfinding systems to full branding suites, with an emphasis on overall creative project visioning.
As a Project Director, Karyn Wanaski’s strengths show in the clarity of her communication and the energy of her team coordination efforts. Karyn Wanaski's professional experience with all project phases, from programming and design development through construction document preparation and administration, has been integral to the success of a wide variety of project types with varying levels of complexity.
Guide Studio is a strategic design consultancy that uses wayfinding, environmental graphic design, branding and communications to create purposeful experiences in places with people-traffic.
Guide Studio believes that experience is the keystone to successful places. As wayfinders, designers, brand and communications experts, we approach each and every project with an understanding of how to create a single seamless experience that is on-brand – from the first visit to your website, to the moment they walk through your door, and the communication that follows.
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.
Matt Rowan has over nineteen years of experience in the design industry, viewing environments as strategic and immersive communication devices–spaces that express brand, story, and culture in compelling and impactful ways. He has a passion for deepening the emotional experience of the built environment through the use of environmental graphics, three-dimensional installations, finishes, digital media, and even lighting and sound.
Lynn Zarif is a Freelance Design Consultant in Washington, D.C.
Lynn Zarif is a well-traveled feminist, curious learner and designer who is passionate about storytelling. Lynn is always looking for innovative solutions. She has lived, studied and worked in Spain, UAE, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon. Lynn Zarif is currently based in Washington D.C. and is looking forward to being one of its design community members.
Jack Hulme joined Gable as a Senior Project Designer in a strategic move to expand their comprehensive wayfinding and design package offerings. He brings over 25 years of experience in environmental graphics with leading architectural and design firms as a Senior Project Designer and Project Manager. His portfolio of experience will help improve efficiencies within design-build projects while maintaining design integrity.
Patrick Fredrickson is a Project Designer at Altitude Design Office in Los Angeles.
As a director, designer, and mentor, Patrick Fredrickson specializes in the production of engaging visitor experiences through the development of storytelling environments and public spaces. He is currently Project Director for Altitude Design Office, developing signage, wayfinding, and innovative, branded environments.