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Kate Medaglia

Kate Medaglia is a User Experience Designer at Cerner in Philadelphia.

Kate Medaglia is a passionate and accomplished designer whose expertise includes the planning and designing of wayfinding, interpretive programs, donor recognition and branding. By utilizing her exceptional organizational and strategic skills, she is able to achieve her client’s mission with complex problem solving, planning and project management. Kate is intent on presenting fresh, new concepts to form thoughtful design for her clients.

Kate Medaglia is a User Experience Designer at Cerner in Philadelphia
MERJE
Philadelphia

States, Highway Officials Push Back on Clearview Turnaround

Clearview on U.S. highway signs

The Federal Highway Administration’s turnaround on the use of Clearview—the typeface designed to improve highway sign legibility, especially for aging drivers—has state highway officials, Clearview designers and researchers frustrated and wondering how to push back the clock.

Unlost and Found - Wayfinding as Brand

Unlost and Found - Wayfinding as Brand

Creating Value for Smart Cities

Savannah, Georgia, knows that wayfinding is more than just helping people not get lost. It’s also about reinforcing a sense of place and connecting visitors with the city’s unique collection of assets. But how does wayfinding work when there is no existing “sense of place,” such as in rural North Carolina? MERJE principal John Bosiosays wayfinding can drive identity, shape place, and build brand value. He’ll share his perspective April 23 at the SEGD Wayfinding Workshopin San Francisco. Find him there!

Meet the Wayfinders

Tim Fendley, Applied Wayfinding

World’s experts lead workshop April 23 in San Francisco.

The chief designer of Legible London, information designers from City ID, and experts from MERJE, Kate Keating Associates, Hunt Design, and Studio SC will lead the SEGD Wayfinding Workshop April 23 in San Francisco. You’ll find the state-of-the-art in wayfinding—from placemaking and visitor impact to open data and living maps. Seats are limited; register today!

SEGD Workshop April 23: Wayfinding in the Smart City

SAN FRANCISCO— (March 4, 2015) In the age of Big Data and Smart Cities, how will signage and wayfinding hook into connected systems that help users navigate cities, campuses, and other complex environments?

SEGD’s Wayfinding Workshop—April 23 in San Francisco—is intended for designers, technology integrators, city and university officials, and makers involved in creating signage and wayfinding systems for complex built environments.

The workshop will address the hottest topics facing wayfinding design today, including:

Jessica Church

Jessica Church is a talented and experienced designer, whose expertise includes branding programs, sign programs, interpretive graphics, and publication and exhibit design. Some of her recent projects include creating interpretive panels and graphics for The City of Frederick, Maryland, and the Tampa Riverwalk in Florida. Jessica designed the identity and wayfinding program for the City of Ocala Florida, and a regional wayfinding program for Morris County, New Jersey.

Jessica Church, MERJE
MERJE
Philadelphia

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