Symbols (pictograms) are the universal vocabulary that can transcend words, languages, locations, and cultures. Symbol design is a critical component of graphic design because symbols can often communicate information more concisely than words.
EGD Pioneer Lance Wymanshares his philosophy on symbols, color, and information design and how it has evolved throughout his lifetime. In this engaging and informative talk, Lance takes us through his remarkable career in EGD and explains how his design ideology was formed through his experiences.
What you will Learn: This pack is designed for those working on transportation projects that require the management of information in complex facilities and multi-modal hubs. Case studies for Airports, Train Stations, and Mass Transit systems are covered from both an information design, and experience design perspective from experts in this area of practice. The Collections materials are suitable for an advanced level design professional.
Donald Meeker grew up in Oregon and was greatly influenced by the state’s diverse landscape, its strong conservation ethic, and public design initiatives that in the 1950s and early 60s were progressive in their time. Although a New Yorker for 35 years, that influence and ethic has guided his way of thinking. In his 30-year career as a graphic designer, he has worked for a variety of clients ranging from paper companies and hedge funds to national parks and historic sites. His work on public projects for parks and natural areas touch millions of visitors a year.