Interface Design

Colleen Hamilton

With 17 years of extensive experience in interactive strategy, development and design, Colleen Hamilton bridges the gap between technology and visual design skillfully. She excels in her ability to understand both the user experience and technical issues of an interactive challenge. Her skills were honed by her extensive work in software consulting and development, and her background in both Physics and mural painting.

Photo of Colleen Hamilton, Art of Context
Art of Context
Boston, MA

Gabe Kean

For 18 years, Gabe Kean has been designing interfaces and leading teams to create innovative experiences for clients that include brands and museums like the Harley-Davidson Museum, The Clyfford Still Museum, Umpqua Bank, The American Battle Monuments Commission, Experience Music Project and The Smithsonian Institution. His design work and the projects he has led have received awards and recognition from Communication Arts, Print, How, I.D., Critique, The One Show, SXSW, AAM MUSE Awards and Museums and the Web.

Photo of Gabe Kean, Belle & Wissell
Belle & Wissell
Seattle, WA

Andrea Weatherhead

Andrea Weatherhead is the principal of WEATHERHEAD Experience Design. As the person who guides the company’s overall direction and commitment to quality, Andrea Weatherhead directs all educational and content development processes, including design, editorial, interactives, and media production. She also provides individual consultation and creative direction on numerous exhibit projects throughout the country.

Andrea Weatherhead - Weatherhead Experience Design
WEATHERHEAD Experience Design
Seattle, WA

Kelly Franznick

Kelly Franznick is the Chief Experience Officer and Co-Founder of Blink UX, a Seattle-based user experience research and design firm specializing in digital products. Kelly Franznick is passionate about making our daily interactions with technology more innovative, intuitive and rewarding. While growing Blink from two to over 60 employees, he has worked with hundreds of clients, from tech-sector heavy hitters like Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft to startups and non-profits.

Kelly Franznick, Blink
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Seattle, WA

Spye

Spye is an experienced group of designers and engineers who use technology as one of many tools needed to build living environments. Spye has one key philosophy that makes us unique in the digital technology space we live in. We hire brilliant, creative individuals with solid technology design skills. We expand on these each day. Learning the latest in technology is a continuous effort, but attention to detail and having “it” from a creative standpoint is something our Spye team is just born with.

Leslie Wolke

2014 SEGD Board Member

Leslie Wolke is Founder and Principal of MapWell Studio, a consultancy and software firm specializing in wayfinding technology. For the last fifteen years, she has focused on strategy, design, and implementation of wayfinding tools—from apps and websites to touchscreens and management systems.

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Austin

Joe Zenas

Joe Zenas is a past board member of SEGD and the Chief Executive Officer of Thinkwell.

Joe joined Thinkwell in 2003 and is the Thinkwell principal responsible for leading the direction of the company and new growth opportunities, corporate strategies, strategic alliances and intellectual property partnerships. Joe is also the executive producer for numerous projects including:

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Thinkwell
Burbank

Jonathan Alger

SEGD President 2006-2007

Jonathan Alger is a founding partner of C&G Partners, active in all forms of communication design, especially exhibitions, interactive environments and public spaces. He is a dedicated advocate of strategic thinking and the thoughtful use of technology. He served two years as national President (2006-2007) of SEGD, the Society for Environmental Graphic Design.

Headshot of Jonathan Alger, C&G Partners
C&G Partners
New York City

Science, Meet Storytelling—Stanford's Morphogenesis

Science, Meet Storytelling—Stanford's Morphogenesis

Read Time: 7 minutes

"Morphogenesis," a generative installation at the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Biology Research Building on the Stanford University Campus designed by Knot (Portland, Ore.) and artist Jonathan McCabe, is the first installation that connects user interaction with a large-scale media mesh platform—built by GKD Metal Fabrics (Cambridge, Md.).

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