Pam Wayfinding

Jason Hutty

Jason Hutty has spent his career to the point where design and technology converge. Jason has 20+ years experience working for software firms who had a hard eye on design, whether that was in banking, HR, marketing or experiential design. His skill sets highlight this background. Jason Hutty is a marketing professional who has spent the last 10 years highlighting the talents of outstanding design teams. In that period he also focused heavily on understanding user needs in environments, with a particular eye on digital signage, wayfinding applications and navigation.

Jason Hutty has spent his career to the point where design and technology converge. Jason has 20+ years experience working for software firms who had a hard eye on design, whether that was in banking, HR, marketing or experiential design.
PAM Wayfinding
Saint Petersburg

Pam Wayfinding

Pam Wayfinding provides comprehensive Wayfinding, Signage and Physical Asset Management solutions designed to dramatically reduce overheads associated with the Audit, Planning, Implementation and ongoing Maintenance of wayfinding, signage and facilities management engagements.

Stephanie Lessmann

Stephanie Lessman is a San Diego Chapter Co-Chair.

Human behaviour, design, communication and creative strategy. Stephanie Lessmann is a planner and a researcher, helping people find their way through creative and innovative wayfinding strategy design.

 Stephanie Lessmann, PAM Wayfinding
PAM Wayfinding
San Diego

Creating Flexible Commercial Environments for a Post-lockdown World

Creating Flexible Commercial Environments for a Post-lockdown World

Read Time: 4 minutes

How can the owners of airports, convention spaces, hotels, offices, malls and other commercial spaces create environments that accommodate the changing nature of how public spaces will work as we “open up” post COVID-19?

By Jason Hutty, PAM Wayfinding

Reflecting on Six Amazing Years with SEGD

Reflecting on Six Amazing Years with SEGD

Read Time: 2.5 minutes

For the past six years, I have served and represented Australia on the global board of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design. It’s been an incredible ride.

I will never forget my first SEGD board meeting in 2013. It took place on the top floor of the Fairmont in San Francisco—an awesome setting for my first encounter with renowned leaders in experiential design. It was really wonderful to suddenly have so many people to talk with about a field of design I was so passionate about.

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