Chris Haar is an Environmental Graphic Designer with a focus on sign and display manufacturing. His expertise lies in generating original concepts, as well as collaborating with other designers to integrate manufacturing capabilities into designs. Haar specializes in Wayfinding design and execution, Branding, Visual Identities, ADA sign code, and Project Management.
Jen Young is a Design Intern at KNOCK Inc. in the Greater Minneapolis-St.Paul Area.
Jen Young can best be described as a designer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota who believes in the power of empathy and storytelling within design. Her focuses in design are creating visual messages through illustrations, typography, branding, photography, and packaging. When Jen is not designing, her other interests are traveling, reading, sustainability, and expanding her perspectives on the world.
Aaron Chung is a Recent Graduate of the University of Minnesota and a Ux/Design Intern at GoKart Labs in the Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area.
Aaron Chung believes that it’s a graphic designer’s responsibility to create beautiful, meaningful designs that encourage people to pause, wonder, and reflect. He also believes in being disruptive, having empathy, challenging the status quo, creating diverse work environments, and eating really good Mexican food.
Design engineers are being challenged to increase production efficiencies and solve assembly challenges; exploring new solutions and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible is the everyday expectation. That’s why 3M has developed the Global Adhesive Solutions Lab – to provide one-on-one attention and individualized solutions designed to advance its customers' overall manufacturing processes.
Gallagher & Associates (Silver Spring, Md.) has been working with the Bell Museum in St. Paul for over three years to create a vision for a natural history museum for the future. On the campus of the University of Minnesota, the reimagined exhibits by G&A take visitors on a journey from the creation of the universe to Minnesota's own unique habitats. With an emphasis on relevance for visitors and a goal of engagement, the exhibit designs are meant to demonstrate that the story of the universe is really the story of "you."