Raleigh

Betsy Peters Rascoe

Owner and Designer at Design Dimension, Inc.

For over 50 years, our mission has been to create honest connections, educate, share perspective and motivate action. We do that by continually and collaboratively combining our team’s energy and passion to make each project uniquely successful. DDI is a design build firm that specializes in custom-built displays, permanent installations, museum design, interactive exhibits, retail and brand activation, experiential design, corporate interiors, product prototyping, graphic design, graphic production, and full scale fabrication services

Betsy Peters Rascoe
Design Dimension
Wilson, NC

MacKenzie McCallum

Hello! My name is MacKenzie McCallum, and I recently graduated from North Carolina State University’s College of Design with a graphic design degree. My experiences with the College of Design have allowed me to learn about exhibition design, user experience, branding, wayfinding, and more.

MacKenzie McCallum
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC

Alissa Goode

I am in my final year at North Carolina State University in the College of Design.  I am a hard worker who can operate in a high capacity in both team and individual dynamics and I always see tasks through to the end. Whenever I set a goal, I do all that I can to accomplish that goal in timely and orderly fashion. I believe I am well suited for the position as I am well adaptable to new situations and can serve in either leadership or support roles.

Alissa Goode
North Carolina State University
Fayetteville, NC

Kenn Compton

Kenn Compton spent his formative years in Asheville, NC. In the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains he experienced a rich educational environment and so was able to graduate from high school in only four years. Growing up surrounded by craftsmen, storytellers and folk artists profoundly influenced his creative growth. In only his second year of formal education, one of Kenn's illustrations took 1st place in the prestigious Biltmore Elementary School PTA Invitational. That inspired the drawing, entitled “Yellow Ducky,”  and is now part of the permanent collection of his mother.

During his 30 + years as a graphic designer, Kenn has done time in some of the more important creative groups in the city, including 18 years at Duke Energy, where he eventually worked his way up to the much-envied role of International Logo Cop. From the
Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC)

Brynn Knight

Brynn Knight, Creative Director, ASI.

Brynn Knight joined ASI as Creative Director in June 2018 after working for Poblocki Sign Company for almost 12 years.

Brynn Knight earned her Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Digital Arts from Elon University.

Connect with Brynn Knight on LinkedIn.

See her work at ASI.

Brynn Knight, Creative Director, ASI, Holly Springs, North Carolina
ASI
Holly Springs, NC

Relative Scale

Relative Scale is a digital agency that creates experiences for spaces. We partner with brands and institutions to thoughtfully conceptualize, design, develop, and deliver bespoke media programs that tell meaningful stories. Prioritizing an understanding of the target audience, the spatial environment, and the tone and tenor of the message, the philosophy that underlies our creative approach is based on the careful consideration of scale—both physical and conceptual—in every media experience we produce.

INCISEON

Funny name.  Fun to pronounce.  INCISEON® (in-size-eon) is a 12v replacement for neon. Our superior lighting technology produces a "tube" look that emits light from 360°, effectively reproducing the look and glow of high voltage neon. INCISEON® is more technologically advanced than any existing faux neon or LED neon product on the market. This is the Future of the Sign, Branding, and Lighting Industry: thinner cabinets, less wiring, low voltage, higher light output, and technologically advanced. What does it mean for your business?  It means clean and crisp brand impression.

Christin Hardy

Christin Hardy is a Graphic Designer at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.

As a graphic designer by trade—wielding the power of typography with visual elements to create the best layout design, web banner, or marketing piece possible—Christin Hardy is a science fanatic by nature. Christin especially enjoys combining her skill set with her science interest by doing illustration work. Christin Hardy's favorite two programs have to be Illustrator and Photoshop for this reason.

Christin Hardy is a Graphic Designer at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh.
North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDCR)
Raleigh, North Carolina

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