Information Design

Ali Syed

Ali Syed is an information and wayfinding designer who strives to achieve what we call 'Graphical excellence' in his work. His design approach is universal and user-centred where complex ideas are communicated to increase clarity and efficiency in order to enhance user-experience. Ali Syed’s design thinking is co-creative where he likes to collaborate with urbanists, architects, technologists, city planners and citizens to create public places that are both sensorial and technologically intelligent.

Ali Syed
Montreal, Canada

Darlene van Uden

Darlene van Uden is Design Director at Infinite Scale. She joined as a Senior Designer in 2012 after spending several years at Two Twelve in New York. She has been fortunate enough to work on a wide range of project types and scales which include urban wayfinding programs for the cities of Charlotte, North Carolina and Richmond, Virginia, a comprehensive signage and donor recognition system for the David H.

Darlene van Uden, Infinite Scale
Infinite Scale
Salt Lake City, UT

Taotao Xiong

Specialties: Signage and Wayfinding Design, Display Design, Information Design, Industrial Design, Strategy. 

Taotao is an associate professor of Shenzhen Polytechnic, Shenzhen, China. And Shenzhen is a "City of Design" acknowledged by UNESCO. Shenzhen designers have won almost all the top international design awards. Led by Taotao Xiong and together with professors of different expertise (From the School of Art and Design, Shenzhen Polytechnic), the design team has over 20 years professional experience in solving design problems.

Taotao Xiong, Shenzhen Polytechnic
Shenzhen Polytechnic (School of Art and Design)
Shenzhen, China

Mike Rawlinson

Mike Rawlinson is a founding director of City ID, a specialist design company based in New York, USA and Bristol, UK.

He has led the development and delivery of innovative, ground-breaking design projects and strategies in the US, Europe and the UK – the quality of which is demonstrated through their legacy. Mike has extensive experience in master planning, streetscape design, wayfinding, information systems, transportation, city identity, public art and legibility projects.

Photograph of Mike Rawlinson, City ID
City ID
London

Tim Fendley

Tim Fendley is Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Living Map, the digital platform that transforms people’s experiences of the world’s most complex places.

His passion is using technology to simplify people’s lives, and he has considerable experience in innovation, communication, wayfinding and digital design.

Photograph of Tim Fendley, Applied Wayfinding
Applied Wayfinding
London, UK

Michael Shaub

Michael Shaub is a Graphic Designer at the Chicago offices of Gensler. At Gensler, Michael works within an EGD studio but also collaborates on many interdisciplinary projects requiring advanced visualization and representation that go beyond the traditional digital toolbox most designers are familiar with. By using programming and modeling software that integrate code and parametric design principles, Michael Shaub is able to manipulate traditional process boundaries and create visually compelling experiences that are capable of translation to both physical and digital mediums.

Photograph of Michael Shaub, Gensler
Chicago, IL

Tim Rucker

Tim Rucker's Specialties: Signage Design, Wayfinding, Print Graphics, and Logo Design

Tim Rucker is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. I was raised in middle Tennessee, and calls Nashville, Tennessee home.

Tim Rucker
Jarvis Signs
Nashville

Glenn Davis

With 15 years of experience, Glenn has provided a full suite of environmental graphic design services—including branding and wayfinding—for a variety of healthcare and higher education institutions, corporations, airports and municipalities. He has produced award-winning projects for many diverse repeat clients and has been published in major industry trade journals.

Glenn Davis, Gresham Smith and Partners
Gresham Smith
Nashville

Lauren Kelly Sheridan

Lauren Kelly Sheridan prides herself on operating at the intersection of design + technology, bringing together creativity and technical excellence. She is currently the CEO at Mustard Square, in San Francisco, CA. A true “geek,” Lauren has designed, built, and deployed web-based products for close to 20 years.

Photograph of Lauren Kelly, Mustard Square
Mustard Square
San Francisco, CA

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