Andy Snyder is an award-winning graphic designer & creative director for OpenEye Global, a digital experience design agency, where he currently holds the role of Interactive Design Director. Andy Snyder utilizes his fine arts upbringing, education in Swiss design principals, as well as running his own design agency in the 2000’s, to bring a vast array of creative knowledge and background to our current client roster as well as working to elevate the OEG brand.
Retailers are betting on tech that, in an instant, gives customers personal skincare tips and lets them see how they look in different styles.
Some of the brightest minds in interface want to bring us augmented reality, without the bulky headsets.
Airspace (New York) tackles branding, graphics and wayfinding for an adaptive-reuse project spanning 6.5 million square feet by finding a simple solution to blend the old and the new.
Sprinkles Cupcakes is a Beverly Hills, California-based chain established in 2005 by Candace Nelson, a judge on the television series Cupcake Wars. Sprinkles Cupcakes, known for its rotating menu of cupcakes, ice cream and cookies and its famous cupcake ATM, has 22 locations in 10 states across the U.S.
Signets is Cleveland's best choice for architectural signage, specializing in design, manufacturing and management of wayfinding, brand communication and information signage solutions.
Signets has the expertise that clients depend on, with 50 years of experience in interior and exterior wayfinding signage systems. Signets provides a total spectrum of signs and graphics for the environment in which they must function.
City Walk is a remarkable pedestrian experience, even in Dubai where grandiose, dazzling projects abound. In addition to its arresting visual and experiential content, City Walk is notable because of its strategic “future-proof” head-end system designed by Float4.
Calgary Co-op was the first supermarket located in the region and now boasts more than 440,000 members.
If you were to Google “predictions for 2017,” you would be rewarded with 66,700,000 links. Among the top three are terrifying prophecies revealed (yet again) by Nostradamus, various quack theories from numerologists and world psychics and real insightful predictions from the likes of the Gartner Group, Forrester, Forbes, TechCrunch and several design blogs.
The iconic lights in London’s Piccadilly Circus are being upgraded to a massive, outward-curved display capable of true 4K video production.