New Jersey

Jonathan Glanz

Jonathan Glanz is the Senior Vice President for Mungsube, a global manufacturer of custom kiosks systems, outdoor Smart kiosks and components for digital display. Jonathan is a  dynamic enterprise level executive with in-depth expertise in helping Global Brands incorporate technology into selling environments.

Jonathan Glanz
Fairfield, NJ

Stephanie Pryor

Stephanie Pryor is an art director at Michael Graves Architecture and Design. She believes that graphic design represents the intersection of business and art.  Her mission as Art Director at MGA&D is to successfully communicate information and inspire individuals through graphic design.

Stephanie Pryor
Princeton, New Jersey

Cesar Sanchez

Cesar has over 20 years experience in the design and implementation of wayfinding systems. Currently the Director of Operations for Mijksenaar's US office. Previous experience includes Nice Kern, Arup and Twotwelve.

Cesar Sanchez is a multiple SEGD Global Design Awards winner and has been recognized for the excellence of his work by numerous other organizations.

He completed his Bachelor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, and undertook a User Experience Design Immersive at General Assembly. Along with an expert wayfinder, he is now dabbles in the digital arts.

Cesar Sanchez
Maplewood, New Jersey

Bryan Meszaros

Brian Meszaros is President of the 2018 SEGD Board and CEO and Founder of OpenEye Global.

At a time when the use of interactive visual media was an offbeat practice, Bryan saw the potential to blend his passion toward design and fascination with technology into a new modernist approach.

Bryan Meszaros, Founder of OpenEye Global (OEG), New York
New York, NY

New Jersey 9/11 Memorial

Remembering 9/11

Two architects, two visions, and two memorials commemorate loss and foster healing.

The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 endure as indelible visions of chaos, destruction, and unimaginable loss. About 2 billion people—one-third of the world’s population—watched the day’s tragedies as they unfolded live on television and online. Within 24 hours, another 2 billion learned of the succession of catastrophes, which were to be the most widely witnessed events in human history.

Plainsboro Public Library

Branching Out

Hardworking graphics add punch to the community-centered design of the 21st century library.

Think of a public library, and what comes to mind? Perhaps the red-brick blocks of our youth, where fluorescent lighting cast a yellowish glow and anything above a whisper was strictly taboo? Fast-forward to today, and a slew of newly built libraries are conversation starters, awash in natural light, with vibrant colors and patterns beckoning card-holders to linger and explore.

The Image of the City

The Image of the City

Fifty years after the publication of Kevin Lynch’s seminal book, his vocabulary and human-centered approach are still shaping urban design and wayfinding.

In my junior year in college, I took a correspondence course in urban geography from Penn State. As I read the textbook in the basement boiler room of an old elementary school (my summer job cleaning and fixing boilers was actually ideal for taking a correspondence course), I discovered an author who would forever change my perceptions about urban planning and design.


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