Houston

Rajkishori Desai

Rajkishori Desai is a designer at FMG Group

Rajkishori Desai is a multi-disciplinary designer who has formal education in the fields of architecture, interior design, and communications design. Through her past work in multiple multi-disciplinary design firms, Rajkishori Desai has explored the medley of varied work typologies including architecture, interiors, furniture design, placemaking, wayfinding, graphic design, print design, and other explorations in the world of creative design.

Rajkishori Desai, FMG Design, Inc.
FMG Design
Houston

Mary Grems

As a FMG Design founding principal, Mary R. Grems has based her strong design direction on her schooling and influences in interior architecture, industrial design and graphic design.

Mary Grems
FMG Design
Houston

Digital Wayfinding

The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Wayfinding Goes Digital

From touchscreens to handheld devices, the future of digital wayfinding is in your hands.

Long considered the flashy stepsister of traditional signage, digital signage has generally been known for its chameleon-like ability to convey multiple messages, loop promotions, or display ambient imagery. Think Times Square, highway billboards, and retail marketing. But although it can be big, bright, and bold, it’s had trouble getting outside the box.

M.D. Anderson Access System

Honor Award
M.D. Anderson Access System, The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, fd2s

The consultant began the project with an in-depth analysis of the needs of patients, visitors, and the staff that serve them. The understanding cultivated during this intense analysis phase led to the development of a strategy that called for the creation of a unified and highly recognizable system to address the needs of users at every possible point of contact.

fd2s, inc.

Dis(solve): The Japhet Creek Project

Merit Award
Dis(solve): The Japhet Creek Project, Greater East End Mgmt District, City of Houston Dept of Parks and Rec, Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Univ of Houston Studio Collaboration

Over the past several years, local environmentalists have worked hard to save Japhet Creek, part of the Buffalo Bayou waterway system that is Houston, Texas’ most significant natural resource. Japhet Creek had become a dumping ground, littered with tires, trash, plastic bottles, and rubble.

Univ of Houston Studio Collaboration-School of Art, Graphic Communications Program, Gerald D. Hines College of Arch

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