Riccardo Bobisse is an Associate at Steer Davies Gleave, a consultancy that combines commercial, economic, technical and planning expertise to find powerful answers to our clients’ complex challenges.
Riccardo Bobisse is an urbanist with a multidisciplinary background and over 12 years’ of experience in urban design in both the public and private sectors. He is a practitioner in Urban Design (UDG) and Design Council/CABE Built Environment Expert (BEE).
Lisa Wells is a Wayfinding Design Manager at John Lewis.
Lisa Wells is an expert in signage and wayfinding design encompassing all aspects of the customer journey including exterior and interior branding signage for John Lewis as the sole person responsible. She ollaborates with top UK design agencies to develop on-brand signage solutions. Both managing design teams and as a hands-on designer.
Future Systems is a design manufacture of bespoke street furniture for municipalities and transportation authorities around the world.
Our North American success organically developed from the global accomplishment of its parent company Trueform Engineering Ltd. who was established in 1977 as a sheet metal fabrication company. Since this time, Trueform has evolved into an SME Company, employing more than 250 employees throughout the UK, middle east and North America.
Gary Walker-Kerr is a Director and Designer at Haley Sharpe Design, a world-leading exhibition design agency that creates engaging and intelligent environments for cultural destinations, heritage sites and museums.
Gavin Boorman is a young and energetic graphic designer for Populous Activate who brings a multi-disciplinary, creative approach.
Graduating from the University of the West of England, Bristol, in 2013 with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design, Gavin Boorman was notably awarded membership to the International Society of Typographic Designers.
As partner at Applied, Richard Simón leads the urban and transport planning work for wayfinding systems in cities including London, New York, Vancouver, Glasgow, Leeds, Brighton and Ipswich, ensuring consistent methodologies for naming, placement, routes and modal integration, and playing an important part in designing and conducting consultations with stakeholders and local communities.