Ruth Super

Ruth Super focuses her 20+ years of practice experience in Graphics and Architecture on Inclusive and Accessible Wayfinding.

Ruth Super passionately believes that a successful wayfinding project is one that seamlessly communicates inclusion and accessibility at all levels: aesthetically, culturally, economically, age and ability-wise.

Tara Bengston

Tara Bengston is a graphic designer working in the Glastonbury, CT office of The S/L/A/M Collaborative – a national multi-disciplinary firm offering architecture, planning, interior design, landscape architecture, structural engineering and construction services. Currently the only graphic designer working for the large firm, she has her hands on a variety of marketing and billable projects. She has a passion for all forms of design, but finds special pleasure in designing large interior graphics to meld into the work of her fellow coworker interior designers and architects.

Andrea Cassar

Mr. Andreà Cassar is an award-winning Graphic Designer and Artist, who emigrated to the United States from Italy in 2004. He is currently the Vice President of Creative Services at Blue Force Communications, global public relations firm, where he is in charge of all visual services and collateral. Cassar has held management and design positions with companies including Macy’s, GAP Inc. and The Children’s Place, where he honed his skills in Concept Development, Creative and Art Direction, and cross-platform Brand Development.

Jane Davis Doggett

Jane Davis Doggett is one of the pioneering women artists to have trained at the Yale School of Art and Architecture during its modernist heyday. As an early student of Josef Albers, she took his famed Interaction of Color course and absorbed Albers’ inspired principles of color perception while establishing her own strong artistic identity. Jane also studied with Louis Kahn and Alvin Eisenman, whose brilliant teachings in the fields of architecture and graphic design further led her on from Yale to become one of America’s leading graphic designers.

Yuexin Huo

Yuexin Huo was born and raised in Shanghai, China. Within a family full of engineers, he was aware of the importance of systems in our lives. However, he chose a design career later and is currently pursuing BFA in Rhode Island School of Design under the graphic design discipline. The great environment in art and design in RISD made him appreciate, think, and reflect about systems of effectively delivering messages and information to people.

Jacqueline Hoffman

Jacqueline Hoffmann is a Solutions Consultant at Mvix, a leading provider of content-rich digital signage solutions.

Jacqueline leads the DC Metro team for Mvix, working with designers and engineers to implement digital signage networks for interactive experiences, building directories and wayfinding applications, digital kiosks and other custom projects.

Sasha Egorova

Sasha Egorova started her career as a graphic designer in 2007 and transitioned into environmental graphic design three years ago when she joined APCO Signs. She creates architectural signage presentation drawings for various clients and works closely with sales representatives nationwide to design visually appealing and functional signage. Sasha believes that a designer’s first responsibility is to serve people by creating better communication between people and environments.

Thomas Head, Walton Signage

Bring me the large, difficult and different and I will create a solution for you!

Jangwon Ahn

Jangwon Ahn is a chair of the SEGD Seoul Chapter.

Frances Vandal

As the brand manager for a $6.3 billion dollar global aerospace and defense company, Frances Vandal oversees Raytheon's global marketing communications strategy for the business and is a driving force in the proper application of corporate identity standards and she influences the evolution and development of new corporate identity guidelines and policies.


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