Jonathan Alger

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.

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C&G Partners
New York City

Little Island and C&G

Little Island and C&G

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This past May, New York City opened its newest public park: Little Island. The park’s avant-garde design and prominent location—seeming to float above the Hudson River—has made it the latest “must see” attraction in New York. SEGD member firms C&G Partners (EGD designers) and DCL (fabricators) collaborated with the park’s architects, engineers, and landscape architects to create a program of family friendly signage and graphics for this “oasis of everything fun, whimsical and playful.”

Memory Koi Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Jonathan Alger & Phillip Tiongson

Jonathan Alger served as past SEGD President and is Managing Partner and co-founder of C&G Partners. His clients span from American Express, to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Smithsonian, the 9/11 Museum and many more. Jonathan has received multiple honors from AIGA, AAM, Communication Arts, and holds a degree in Architecture from Yale University.

C&G Partners Design “Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11” Exhibition

C&G Partners' “Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11” Exhibition Design

The emotion of the crowd was the inspiration C&G Partners (New York) drew on to design “Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11,” a new special exhibition at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, which opened on June 27. From the pause in play as the nation mourned in the aftermath of the attacks, national sports and its athletes went on to play a significant role in helping the country come together around a unifying message of collective hope and perseverance.


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