Karen Nawa is a Designer at Endpoint based in Dubai.
Since her student days, Karen Nawa has always branded her projects with at least a logo even if it wasn’t in the brief. She just couldn’t help herself. She realised that she had an interest in visual identity and that’s when she started her career working in the graphic design industry.
Andrew Wesner is the Principal at Kayser-Wesner in Seattle.
Good design isn’t about how a place looks, but how it makes you feel. For over 20 years Andrew Wesner has helped develop, design and build products and strategies for the modern workplace. Andrew is an expert in interior design, space planning, sustainable design, and design research.
Matt Nurre is also the founder of Retail Design Source
Founder of a boutique retail and consumer environments consultancy that focuses on experiential retail store design, fixture development, visual merchandising, product engineering, interactive displays, strategic marketing, and manufacturing consulting.
Ron White is a senior environmental graphic designer with EYP.
Ron has 20+ years of experience on a wide array of environmental graphic design project types which under-girds a rich understanding of the place-making and wayfinding needs of his clients. From concept and programming, to design detailing and budgeting, through fabrication and implementation – he seeks creative fully-integrated design solutions that blur the lines between design disciplines.
Damien DeMenno is a Senior Environmental Graphic Designer at Centrury Sign Builders in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
He joined Century Sign Builders in 2009. Before that he worked at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.
Century Sign Builders (CSB) has been in the sign and wayfinding business for over 30 years. We are unique in the sign industry due to the fact that we design, manufacture/fabricate and install signs. Company owner, Roxanna Meyers is a licensed subcontractor in both New Mexico and Arizona and is well versed in construction industry.
Rebecca Workman is a Designer at Selbert Perkins in Chicago.
Before joining Selbert Perkins in 2016, Rebecca Workman worked for Hirsch Associates as a Junior Interior Designer, Perkins+Will as a Knowledge Manager/Graphic Designer and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) as a teaching assistant.