1989 is when it all began.
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It is who we are. It is what we do.
1989 is when it all began.
Scott Saunders is president of Wayfinding Associates, a consulting firm specializing in the assessment, design, planning, and project management of wayfinding and signage systems.
Sharon Silvers is a wayfinding project manager at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. The MD Anderson Cancer Center is one of the world’s most respected centers devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education and prevention.
Michael J. Burch is the General Manager and a Principal at ScottAG, and has been with ScottAG on a full time basis since 1991. He has performed nearly every function within the company, and now manages the business and oversees large projects in sales, design, and production. Michael's education and experience in planning and architecture give him an ideal background for the projects ScottAG undertakes. He has managed many regional mall renovations, historic renovation projects, and large institutional projects.
Vince Gratton has been with Entro for over 10 years. As an Associate, Vince is highly proficient and motivated, having applied his expertise to a number of large-scale transportation projects such as Toronto Pearson International Airport, Union-Pearson Air Rail Link, and Metrolinx/GO Transit, among others. His knowledge of project management, engineering technology, and design coordination is invaluable at Entro.
As a Senior Associate with Entro’s Calgary office, Chris Herringer’s experience encompasses design strategy, creative direction, master planning, and project coordination. These skills have been applied to identities, environmental graphics, wayfinding, interpretive design, and exhibitions for public and private clients, institutions and cultural venues.
Rae Lam Fox is a project manager at Entro. With over 20 years of industry experience, Rae has an exceptional understanding of graphic design and its correlation to the built environment. Her all-encompassing skillset has enabled her to design, manage, and produce projects of any scale.
Elizabeth Skolmen is a Seattle chapter co-chair.
Elizabeth (Lizzy) Skolmen received her BA in Graphic Design at Western Washington university. During her time there she minored in both Industrial Design and Sustainable Design, giving her a unique sense of spacial awareness and fondness for built environments. Post-graduation, she spent a year in San Francisco, designing in store signage and merchandising at Real Food Company. Once returning to the pacific northwest, she began work at Michael Courtney Design, and honing her EGD knowledge and skills.
Janette Shew is a specialist in user experience design, strategy, and research, and business systems analysis. Her project domains include health and wellness, insurance, transportation, and entertainment.
Learn how to develop a solid design services agreement that protects both designers and their clients!
Join Virginia Gehshan, SEGD Fellow and author of the original SEGD Standard Form of Agreement for an update on best practices for ensuring a lid-tight agreement for your project contracts. Topics such as document ownership in the digital practice, terms and conditions, and how to protect yourself by spelling out all expectations.