Signage and Wayfinding Design

Jenny Wilmot

Jenny Wilmot joined BLDD as an environmental graphic designer with a passion for great design and a love for branded environments. She brings with her 20 years of architectural and environmental graphic design experience. Her experience includes designing and creating engaging spaces for major league stadiums, arenas, convention centers and halls of fame.  She enjoys the process of developing a project from concept through completion and insuring that each project incorporates the client’s story and brand. 

BLDD Architects
Chicago

Infinite Scale, Experiential Graphic Design and the NHL All-Stars, Sports

Infinite Scale Designs for the NHL

To paraphrase Mark Cuban: "You've got your Big Screen, you've got a cold one and a comfy couch. What is compelling and unique enough about attending a game that makes it worth the effort? We in the sports business don't sell the game, we sell unique emotional experiences." A very few sports design consultancies are creating events where something fresh and innovative happens.

A Very Bright Wayfinding System at The University of Technology Sydney

Wayfinding Totems Image

BrandCulture's eyecatching signs are not just another pretty wayfinding system. There's very smart technology behind these signs. Their bold color is not only the culmination of a design and installation that revolutionized wayfinding on the campus of The University of Technology (UTS) in Sydney, it's a fully digitally-integrated signage system that may be coming soon to a similarly challenged land-of-the-lost-campus near you.

Amy Owen

Amy Owen is the Environmental Design Director at the multidisciplinary design studio, EGG Office in Los Angeles, CA.

She says: "My focus on the built environment, with its ability to surround and engage the individual in real time and real space, represents one of the ultimate brand-building opportunities. At the same time, branding in the built environment is a highly complex opportunity. It makes special demands on existing brand assets in order to realize the potential of brands in the built environment."

Photograph of Amy Owen, EGG Office
EGG Office
Los Angeles, CA

Calori & Vanden-Eynden/Design Consultants

Chinese cover of Chris Calori’s book, Signage and Wayfinding Design

Calori & Vanden-Eynden (New York) Partner Chris Calori’s book, Signage and Wayfinding Design, is now published in a Chinese language version, available online at Amazon.cn. A second English-language edition is underway and will be co-authored by Chris Calori
and C&VE Partner David Vanden-Eynden. The second edition of Signage and Wayfinding Design will contain updated text and images and will be full color throughout; it should be released in early 2015.

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