SEGD Past Board Member

Mary Grems

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.

Mary Grems
FMG Design
Houston

Chandler Screven

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.

Chandler Screven

Noel Mayo

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.

Noel Mayo

Paul Prejza

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.

Paul Prejza
Los Angeles

B. Steve Neumann

B. Steve Neumann is Founder and Principal of The Design Office of Steve Neumann and Friends. Educated in communication design and photographic illustration at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Steve Neumann's professional experience reflects the responsibilities as senior director for the Kelvin Group, Inc. Houston’s leading pure design studio. Then, with six of his associates, SN&F was formed in 1973. He is a founding member of the SEGD, and has contributed much to the advancement of wayfinding development thru education and mentoring.

B. Steve Neumann
The Design Office of Steve Neumann & Friends
Houston

Mitchell Mauk

Mitchell Mauk is Principal of Mauk Design, a San Francisco design firm that specializes in exhibit design and corporate communications, and puts special emphasis on the marketing integration of two- and three-dimensional images. Mitchell Mauk has won multiple gold and silver awards from the IDSA, SEGD and other competitions, and was named Exhibit Designer of the Year by Exhibitor Magazine in 1987. Mauk was the first American designer to have a light design manufactured by the prestigious Italian lighting firm Artemide.

Mitchell Mauk
San Francisco

JP Lacroix

With over 30 years of industry experience, Jean-Pierre Lacroix has garnered a reputation as a visionary design thinker, strategist, author, and speaker. Through an unwavering focus on future-proofing brands, Jean-Pierre is driven to produce measurable results through strategic insights that help brands own the at-purchase moment.

Jean-Pierre Lacroix
SLD
Toronto

Steven Izenour

Steven Izenour (1940-2001) was an American architect, urbanist, and theorist. He is best known as co-author, with Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown of Learning from Las Vegas, one of the most influential architectural theory books of the twentieth century. He was also principal in the Philadelphia firm Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates.

Steve Izenour

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