Nick Ross is a graphic designer in San Francisco with a passion for social justice and community-focused design. Nick develops strategic experiential, wayfinding, and signage solutions for brands and clients across print, digital, and spatial formats. Nick is a knowledge leader for technical design aspects including: programming, code requirements, and fabrication of environmental graphics and signage.
Nikki San Miguel is currently a Principal at Kate Keating Associates where she has worked for the past 10 and a half years. She joined the firm in 2008 and rapidly emerged as a talented leader, client communicator, and problem solver. She has a passion for developing signage and wayfinding systems that complement the surrounding architecture while emphasizing clarity and consistency as the most effective ways to guide users to their destination. She has an intuitive understanding of how people navigate their environment and thrives on collaborating with large teams on complex projects.
Ed Wilder is an experienced and knowledgeable creative leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and tested experience across graphic and web design as well as impactful promotional campaigns. Wilder is known as an amicable and talented business partner with a wealth of experience steering multi-faceted, fast-paced departments across both corporate settings, singular ventures, and projects. He is highly adept at collaborating with senior stakeholders to drive project alignment against corporate initiatives.
Hwanghah Jeong is currently working towards her Bachelor of Fine Art in User Experience Design and will graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design this November. She will then join Airbnb as an Experience Designer in December.
Hwanghah Jeong has already earned a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from SCAD. Jeong also was extremely involved in SCAD activities by volunteering for several events and organizations. Hwanghah Jeong was a volunteer for the International Student Orientation, SCAD Student Ambassador, SCAD Day, ATV Festival, and Hometown Hero.
Johanna Pedersen is an Environmental Graphic Designer at HGA in San Francisco where she develops environmental graphics, interior and exterior signage, wayfinding, and branding for leading companies and organizations nationally and internationally.
Susan Verba is an Associate Professor at UC Davis Department of Design in San Francisco.
Susan Verba is a designer and Associate Professor in the UC Davis Department of Design. Susan Verba is principal and co-founder of Studio/lab, where she leads research-based projects and advocates for the value of design in corporate, nonprofit, and government communications.