Museums

Betsy Peters Rascoe

Owner and Designer at Design Dimension, Inc.

For over 50 years, our mission has been to create honest connections, educate, share perspective and motivate action. We do that by continually and collaboratively combining our team’s energy and passion to make each project uniquely successful. DDI is a design build firm that specializes in custom-built displays, permanent installations, museum design, interactive exhibits, retail and brand activation, experiential design, corporate interiors, product prototyping, graphic design, graphic production, and full scale fabrication services

Betsy Peters Rascoe
Design Dimension
Wilson, NC

Karen Backe

Karen Backe is an independent Environmental Graphic Designer joining forces with talented partners to help museums and businesses tell their stories and build their brands by designing memorable spaces, exhibits, interpretive signage, event collateral, and wayfinding. Her innate understanding of how people use and move in spaces, and — with an eye on beautiful aesthetics — that ultimately the goal of design is communicating clearly and with intent make her a powerful asset to projects.

Karen Backe
Karen Backe Design Studio
Chicago

Design and Production Incorporated

Design and Production Incorporated (D&P) is a full-service exhibit company located in Lorton, Virginia, thirty minutes south of Washington, DC.  With a permanent staff of 115 employees and a modern 150,000 square foot production facility, D&P specializes in engineering, fabricating, and installing custom exhibitry, graphics, gallery lighting, and media systems for museums and visitor centers throughout the United States and abroad.

Mad Systems

Mad Systems is an award-winning audiovisual/interactive consultancy, design and integration company specializing in exhibits for museums, visitor centers, briefing centers and theme parks. We are a majority woman-owned business that uses creative technology to develop long-lasting and easy-to-maintain systems.  Mad implements the latest technology using non-proprietary equipment whenever possible.

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