Pentagram created the identity and environmental graphics for Titletown, which recently opened in Green Bay, Wis.—home to the Green Bay Packers and adjacent to their legendary Lambeau Field.
As a team leader with a reputation for excellence, Asher Johnson serves as an Account Director for Dimensional Innovations. He is responsible for leading teams to develop game-changing, brand-relevant experiences in promotional, retail, and sports marketing environments. Asher brings with him over 20 years of award-winning accomplishments in the field of environmental design, marketing and brand identity. His integrated background provides clients with critical insights to experiential design through a blend of creativity, technology and fun.
Courtyard by Marriott, is the host of the "Super Bowl Sleepover Contest" that will award one winner and a guest with a sleepover in a converted, field-level suite at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota the night before Super Bowl LII in February 2018. To help transform the stadium suite into a near-perfect replica of a Courtyard by Marriott hotel room, IMG LIVE brought in bluemedia to build buzz around the brand by creating a 4-D virtual reality dome in the middle of New York.
The Oakland Athletic's have hired four firms to lead the design and urban planning for their new ballpark on the Peralta site, near the heart of Oakland. HOK will be collaborating with Snohetta on the design of the ballpark. Snohetta will also be working on the masterplan along with Sasaki and Oakland-based Studio T-Square.
We asked a panel of immersive digital design experts within the SEGD community for their choices of the most influential immersive environment design.
Dimensional Innovations, an experiential design, build and technology firm in the Kansas City area, expanded by opening offices in Atlanta and Minneapolis on November 1.
Tony Spagnola of Spagnola & Associates (New York) posits that positive professional relationships enhance good design—and it’s certainly the case with the firm’s work for Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J., where one project led to two more, then another five.
Jordan Grant is a graphic designer with experience specializing in the design of graphic materials that support the generation and buy-in for projects in the built environment.
It all started in 2002 after designing the Winter Olympics Games. It was one of those, "well that was fun, but what do we do now?" moments.
The Stadium Business Design & Development Summit is a high-level networking and knowledge exchange event designed to address the specific needs of key executives engaged in the construction, development and delivery of next generation stadia.
Morgan White is a Graphic Designer with Infinite Scale in Salt Lake City.
Morgan is a recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati DAAP where she interned with Kate Keating Associates, Infinite Scale and the Boca Restaurant Group.
Her skills include competence in the Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft office and Apple platform.
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See her work at Infinite Scale.
Loran Sanvido is a Designer at Infinite Scale in Salt Lake City.
Loran Sanvido has been with Infinite Scale since 2016. Before she joined Infinite Scale Loran Sanvido worked at Reztark Design Studio as a Lead Graphic Designer and with Addidas as a lead graphic designer developing concepts and visuals for event graphics. Loran Sandivo also assisted with creating new identity work, and incorporating current identity and brand standards into marketing materials, developed concepts and graphics for MLS and NCAA women’s apparel and assisted with research and project development.
Earlier this summer, the United Center Joint Venture (UCJV) opened the doors of its brand new, 10,000-square-foot Madhouse Team Store in the United Center's east addition. As a key part of United Center's partnership to develop the Madhouse Team Store with 555 International, local creative agency Leviathan was commissioned to conceive, create and program all the new interactive digital content.
The Memphis Grizzlies have partnered with Daktronics to revamp the fan experience at FedExForum. Daktronics will manufacture and install the new LED video display super system which features a single continuous screen, wrapping around the corners of the center-hung structure totaling 2,600 square feet and 5.5 million LEDs. The entire venue will feature state-of-the-art technology including 24 LED displays for nearly 10,700 square feet and 9.6 million LEDs.
If you have walked the Ohio State University campus it is most likely you have been standing on the site of the old Ohio Field torn down in 1922. University architect Bernie Costantino spearheaded the project designed by MKSK Studios in Cincinnati to commemorate the field and the legends who competed on it with signs and yard markers that were installed in spring 2017. All graphics on the markers were developed with the Direct Embed Coating System which perfectly wrapped the three dimension landmarks in historic pictures and interpretive text.
Ben Stalker is a Designer at Infinite Scale in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Before joining Infinite Scale Ben Stalker worked for DS Architecture where he produced conceptual design and plans of house plans, renderings, graphic designs, web work and presentations. He has also worked at Yahoo and Mercury.
Ben Stalker completed his Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Graphic Design at Fort College.
Ben stalker has been involved in many projects at Infinite Scale including:
Holly Nichols is a Project Manager at Infinite Scale in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Holly Nichols is a Project Manager for EGD design and implementation projects specializing in the renovation and new construction of sport venues. Works to ensure that team/partner/city branding and signage programs are seamlessly integrated into a project's architecture. Responsibilities also include proposal writing, budgeting, and resource planning.
Some of Holly Nichols current and past projects include :
Zach Norman has been with Infinite Scale for more than a decade, where he began as an intern in 2005 and worked his way up to the position of Design Director. He has work on a broad range of sport and non-sport environmental graphic design projects, ranging from temporary events to permanent solutions, with a comprehensive involvement in the project process from concept development to production and installation.
Ryan Francis, Designer, Infinite Scale, Salt Lake City.
Ryan Francis has been with Infinite Scale for 5 years. Before joining Infinite Scale he worked at EDA Architects in Salt Lake City.
Ryan Francis earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from the University of Utah where he was an active AIGA Member.
Create graphic, typographic and programming solutions for wayfinding signage. Designed signage and graphics for various projects including: