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 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.
North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDCR)
Molly Miller is an Interior Designer at Molly Miller Interior Design in Raleigh.
Molly Miller is an innovative, creative, entrepreneurial professional with over 25 years of experience in the arts, furniture, design, marketing, and sales. Molly is adept at building alliances through relationship development, stewardship, collaborations and community involvement.
Molly Miller Interior Design specializes in Turnkey Remodeling, Space Planning, Consulting, Project Management, Staging, & Whole House Design/ Build Solutions.
Carsi Tong is a Designer at Relative Scale in Raleigh-Durham, NC.
Carsi Tong is a North Carolina native with experience designing for universities, museums, corporations, and other institutions. Carsi Tong is well versed in design systems, learning/motivation strategies, and brand storytelling.
She began her career at CAM Raleigh as a Graphic Design Assistant. She has also worked that the NC State University Craft Center, The US Environmental Protection Agency and IBM.
Luis Zapata is an Interaction Designer at Relative Scale in Raleigh-Durham, NC.
Luis Zapata graduated with a bachelors degree in industrial design from NC State University. He is currently finishing his masters degree in graphic design also at NC State University. Luis Zapata focuses more on user experience in spatial environments, including virtual reality but grounded reality as well. He explores what forms play takes when it comes to design experiences, either it be conveying a science topic or helping a kid have empathy for older siblings.
Kendre McNulty is an Interactive Developer at Relative Scale in Raleigh-Durham, NC.
Kendre McNulty is a versatile interactive developer who enjoys solving complex problems with creative and practical solutions, utilizing game design principles to enhance user experience. Kendre McNulty has a background in coding, game design, and a taste of art and design. She brings multiple perspectives to each project.
As an architecturally trained, creative design leader with over seventeen years of award-winning design and construction experience, Peter Provost has developed a diverse portfolio of work encompassing the disciplines of architecture, interiors, branding and graphics.
Dan Schwab is the Owner and Creative Lead of Point Concepts in Raleigh-Durham.
Point Concepts has completed 10,000 design projects since 1992. They are a full service design company with in house production capabilities.
At Point Concepts, Dan Schwab is responsible for overseeing a talented team of designers, account managers, and production staff. Point Concepts specialize in exhibits, environments and creative services.
310 Architecture + Interiors, PA (310ai) was founded on 3 base services and driven by 10 core commitments to our clients and those with whom we work. As a multidisciplinary design studio, 310ai strives for excellence in both client service and design.