Carly Amann

Carly Amann is a Signage and Wayfinding Planner at Wayfinding Associates, Pittsburgh.

Before joining Wayfinding Associates in 2017 Carly Amann worked for North Park Lounge for three years. She has also worked for Rennaissance 3 Architects as an intern.

Carly Annan studied at La Roche College where she earned a Bachelors degree in Graphic Design.

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See her work at Wayfinding Associates.

Carly Amann is a Signage and Wayfinding Planner at Wayfinding Associates, Pittsburgh
Wayfinding Associates
Finleyville, PA

Steve Harroun

As Regional Manager of the Pittsburgh territory for APCO Signs, Steve Harroun works closely with architects, designers, and clients to ensure successful completion of their projects. With over 10 years of experience in the sign industry, he can provide consultation on every aspect of a sign program’s development, deployment and long-term maintenance.

Steve Harroun’s focus has been in the medical, government, academic, and corporate fields, which often require a comprehensive approach to signage systems and benefit from the use of modular products.

Steve Harroun, APCO Sign Systems
APCO Sign Systems

Hail to Pitt! Collegiate Traditions, Modern Rebrand

Hail to Pitt! Collegiate Traditions, Modern Rebrand

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SEGD member firm Dimensional Innovations is collaborating with the University of Pittsburgh to renovate Pitt’s athletic facilities using updated and refreshed brand elements—logos, colors, and uniforms—designed by Nike. Read on to learn more about the challenges and successes of this multi-year project to modernize Pitt’s sports venues while maintaining collegiate traditions.


Finalist 2020

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh has launched MuseumLab, a new maker space for older kids in the former Carnegie Free Library down the block from the Children’s Museum in Allegheny Commons. Pentagram has refreshed the brand identity for the Children’s Museum and designed the signage, wayfinding and environmental graphics for the new Lab.

Port Authority Connectpoint Real-Time Information Displays Success Generate New Contract

Port Authority Connectpoint Real-Time Information Displays Success Generate New Contract

Read Time: 1.5 minutes

Expanding on the success of its initial implementation of real-time, passenger information displays, Port Authority of Allegheny (Pittsburgh, Penn.), the second largest transit agency in Pennsylvania, awarded Connectpoint Inc. an additional contract to continue their partnership in the rail and bus stop improvement program. The newly ordered Connectpoint E Ink, Digital Bus Stop displays and Interactive Kiosks will ensure the continued comfort and ease-of-use for Port Authority’s riders.

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh

Honor Award
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Pentagram

Since 1991, the museum has been housed in the landmark Old Post Office building in Pittsburgh's Allegheny Square section. In 2000, the museum commissioned an expansion that would link the Post Office with the neighboring, vacant Buhl Planetarium. The new expansion has bridged the two buildings with a three-story structure that provides a new entrance and additional exhibit space.


Monastery Street Park

Jury Award
Monastery Street Park, South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association, Loysen + Kreuthmeier Architects

Once perched above steel mills and heavy industry, Pittsburgh’s South Side Slopes grew to become the proximate bedroom community for workers in the South Side Flats. In defiance of the challenging topography, buildings and parks were dotted about the wooded hillside. Connecting them, if gradients were too steep for streets, were stairs by the hundreds that served as public rights-of-way. Today the mills are long gone, and the Flats are better known for a hip urban mix of shops, galleries, and entertainment.

Loysen + Kreuthmeier Architects


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