Graphic Design faculty member Lew Fifield has diverse educational and professional design experience, specializing in information design and publishing projects ranging from Corporate Identity Systems to Museum and Urban Design Exhibits. Academic activities include full- time teaching positions and research in Information Management and Visual Communication.
Bob Lowe created Arrowstreet Graphic Design (AGD) to bring Arrowstreet's award winning in-house graphic design to a larger commercial, academic and institutional market, As AGD's director, he seeks challenging projects in print, web and environmental graphics. Bob's particular expertise lies in the conceptual and graphic design aspects of large and small scale mixed-use retail and other commercial projects. His projects include top to bottom graphic and interior design for major food stores, retail centers, entertainment complexes, and cruise ships in the US and abroad. He holds a B.A.
Daniel wears many hats – dad, soccer coach, designer, strategist and mentor. When not tinkering in his garden, he is reading the latest futurist book and glued to the science channel. Daniel, who has been seen speaking at retail conferences in Spanish, English…and at times Spanglish, is in search of a unified experience formula to resolve the challenges presented by today’s accelerated rate of change.
BJ Krivanek embraces the multiple roles of designer, art educator, and public artist. He was principal of BJ Krivanek Art+Design, with a clientele ranging from the Union Rescue Mission (Los Angeles) to The Irvine Company, a major developer in California. His design work has been published/ written about in numerous design publications, including a feature article about his work in Graphis 310 (Zurich/ New York).
Kyle's career has been a progression of experiences that have led to his role as a recognized authority within the Environmental Graphic Design profession. His architectural and engineering education, early involvement in fabrication and implementation, roles in design and project management, and his most recent positions directing the environmental graphics division of a global professional services corporation, have provided broad insight and expertise.
As a FMG Design founding principal, Mary R. Grems has based her strong design direction on her schooling and influences in interior architecture, industrial design and graphic design.
As a Partner at IDEO, Fred Dust works with leaders and change agents to unlock the potential of innovation networks in business, government, and society.
Past Board Member
Dr. Chandler Screven (“Chan” to his many friends and colleagues) has been a major contributor to the field of visitor studies for over 40 years. Throughout this period he has maintained an adherence to the principles of experimental study design, letting empirically derived data show how and why visitors behave the way they do in informal learning environments.
Noel Mayo received a BSID degree from the Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts), where he later taught and served as chairperson of the Industrial Design Department. During his tenure, the department grew from ninth to the third largest department in the college.
In 1989, Noel Mayo was named the Ohio Eminent Scholar in Art and Design Technology at The Ohio State University, a program designed to attract nationally and internationally known scholars to further strengthen outstanding academic programs that deal with compelling statewide issues.
Providing strategic planning and technical knowledge, Paul expands Sussman/Prejza’s noted graphics capabilities with his architectural and urban planning expertise.
Paul's extensive experience in analysis and planning of system-wide wayfinding and graphics programs have been instrumental in the success of urban and waterfront renewal projects including Culver City, Long Beach, Philadelphia, and Santa Monica. Recently, he guided the development of new signing ordinances for the Hollywood Entertainment District which have refashioned the area's urban landscape.