Information Design

Ben Goodman

Ben Goodman is a Principal at Designpath in the Columbus, Ohio Area.

Ben Goodman has experience applying visual communication rigor to graphic solutions for the built environment. Ben is well-versed in architectural and streetscape graphics, wayfinding and information planning, exhibit and sign design and interior design.

Ben Goodman is a Principal at Designpath in the Columbus, Ohio Area.
Designpath
Columbus, Ohio Area

Juan Rioseco

Juan Rioseco is a Wayfinding and Information Designer and Associate at Steer in London. 

Juan Rioseco is a graphic designer specialising in transport-related branding, information design and wayfinding. At Steer, he works on a broad range of wayfinding and passenger information projects across the globe.

Juan Rioseco is a Wayfinding and Information Designer and Associate at Steer in London.
Steer
London

Vivien Chow

Vivien Chow is a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer Reich + Petch Design in Toronto. 

Vivien Chow is the lead graphic designer of museum exhibit displays, signage and wayfinding, information design and promotional materials. In addition, she is the design manager in overseeing design team in project completion from concept to fabrication.

Some of Vivien's recently completed projects include:

Vivien Chow is a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer Reich + Petch Design in Toronto.
Reich + Petch Design International
Toronto

Collin McDougall

Collin McDougall is the Director of Wayfinding and Experiential Design at Davis Partnership Architects in Denver.

Collin McDougall earned his Bachelor of Communication Degree in Technical Writing from Mount Royal University, graduating on the Dean's List. He went on to graduate with honors from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, receiving his Bachelor of Design Degree in Communication Design. Collin McDougall then earned his Masters of Design in Information Design with distinction from the University of Reading. 

Collin McDougall is the Director of Wayfinding and Experiential Design at Davis Partnership Architects in Denver.
Davis Partnership Architects
Denver

Rachel Dixon

Rachel Dixon is a Junior Designer with Two Twelve in New York.

Two Twelve is a public information design firm that develops sustainable, user-centered designs to help people understand an increasingly complicated world.

Everywhere we go, we encounter implicit and explicit cues to guide us, from environment and behavior to graphics and manuals. In complex environments, these cues become part of a system that can assist people to sort through data, fill out a form, absorb new information, or navigate a place.

Rachel Dixon is a Junior Designer with Two Twelve in New York
Two Twelve
New York

Jen Vitello

Jen Vitello is a Designer at Two Twelve in New York.

Two Twelve is a public information design firm that develops sustainable, user-centered designs to help people understand an increasingly complicated world.

Everywhere we go, we encounter implicit and explicit cues to guide us, from environment and behavior to graphics and manuals. In complex environments, these cues become part of a system that can assist people to sort through data, fill out a form, absorb new information, or navigate a place.

Jen Vitello is a Designer at Two Twelve in New York
Two Twelve
New York

Jin Chung

Jin Chung is an Information Designer in Gensler's Chicago studio.

For Gensler, design is the means. The starting points are goals, strategies and expectations, but they transcend them to create a new and better reality. Design is transformative. With more than 3,500 active clients, Gensler works across the global economy. Gensler's clients are remarkably diverse: large and small, private and public, for-profit and nonprofit. Gensler helps them grow, sustain and transform: whatever it takes to embrace their future.

Jin Chung, Information Designer, Gensler, Chicago
Gensler
Chicago

Signature Design

Signature Design is a unique collaborative of planners, designers, writers, content developers, architects, model-makers, illustrators, and animators who seek to create a captivating experience for visitors to natural and cultural sites through the practice of interpretive planning and design. Since 1993, we have worked on projects big and small, public and private, indoors and outdoors. 

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