Neeta Verma is Associate Professor in Visual Communication Design at the University of Notre Dame. A graphic designer, story teller and a social advocate by profession, she has over 25 years of professional experience working exclusively for not-for-profits, museums and cultural institutions in New York, Albuquerque and India. As a graphic designer, she describes her role as a catalyst within a societal context, a solution finder, and an experience creator.
Meet Krystal Schumacher, a Colorado dweller, lover of design and an SEGD Denver Chapter member. Her career in Wayfinding Design at Denver International Airport combined with her experience as a developer and adjunct professor for Environmental Graphic Design courses at a University, keeps her continuously immersed in the pursuit to effortlessly lead people through the built environment and beyond. She finds much joy in discovering innovative opportunities to “connect people to place” while collaborating with other incredible design professionals and colleagues on the topic.
Camille Lintag is a wayfinding designer at Endpoint, a specialist in wayfinding and the translation of brands within the built environment. Endpoint looks at the built environment in a different way. A way that creates immense strategic and aesthetic value for clients.
Seth Davis grew up in the sign business and loved to build things. At a young age he was doing metal work and went on to pursue a degree in Industrial Design from Philadelphia University. Seth quickly built a reputation for a consultative approach to sign-building, working with creative people to turn their vision into reality. With over 20 years in the sign industry, Seth constantly monitors new fabrication trends, integrating them into his business plan when a quality result can be consistently guaranteed.
Degreed in Architecture from the School of Architecture at UNC-Charlotte, a career focused on graphics and signage began in 2013 in Charlotte, North Carolina at 505Design, and developed over two years before joining LinkedIn's Design+Build team in August of 2015 in Sunnyvale, California.
Sandra Hanson is inspired by the monumental and loves working with the built environment. Armed only with a decisive eye and skills for sketching and crafting things with her hands, Hanson chose a career as a graphic designer.
Bruce Dickinson is a Vice President at Rainier in Seattle Washington.
Rainier creates winning results for their clients through hard work, innovative thinking and a strong team. As specialized builders with all in house capabilities Rainier partners with design & marketing firms on projects worldwide. Rainier has a broad experiencein all aspects of display build, print and interactive AV fabrication. The company has a focus on interior and exterior branded sports, exhibits, mobile experiential and retail environments. They create visually stunning environments.
Sanchita Tucker is a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, pursuing a Masters of Art in Exhibition Design. She is also a part of the Exhibition Design Co-op at Gallagher and Associates, located in Washington D.C. Previously, Sanchita received a Bachelors of Design in Fashion & Lifestyle Accessory Design from the National Institute of Fashion Technology Delhi.
"A well-designed experience should help you live your best life..."
Ayannah Buford is CEO and Creative Director of B.Brilliant, an experience design company for places and spaces in the commercial real estate industry.
"My passion lies in creating minimalistic innovations and making them work"
Branded environments, identity and communication design has been Surashree Nagarale's passion for as long as she can remember. As a designer in Endpoint's Dubai studio, Surashree brings new ideas and strive to build engaging experiential spaces through my designs.