Dixie Graphics has a 25-year history of manufacturing beautiful architectural signage and donor recognition plaques for design firms and sign companies. With capabilities touching all aspects of interior wayfinding and recognition programs, DG specializes in projects in which quality is valued at its highest level.
John Downie is the Vice President of Digital Experiences of Advent, a company that creates experiences that move people.
John Downie has over 18 years of experience creating, developing and deploying human-centric technology solutions for some of the world’s largest and most demanding brands. He started his career in a traditional design background, and then worked through the studios of some of Europe’s most successful digital agencies.
The Dalton Agency is a digital creative studio specializing in visual information design and interactive media. We work with a variety of clients including corporations, museums, schools and libraries. Our mission is to provide our clients with creative, technology-driven solutions to educate, entertain, and motivate their target audience.
Jeff Peden is a co-chair of the Nashville Chapter.
Jeff is the Director of Sales and Marketing at Dalton+Anode, a digital creative studio specializing in visual information design and interactive media. He is a deep-thinking marketer with a fondness for positioning products and building campaigns.
April Watson is the e-Commerce Manager at Intersign Corporation in Chattanooga, TN
For those 25 years Intersign Corporation has been designing and producing the highest quality interior and exterior signs available for hospitals, hotels, businesses, restaurants, long–term care facilities, law firms, hair salons, apartments, robots, and more. Intersign Corporation has more sign options, color options, and font options than anyone else—and we give you control over the way you want your signs to look.
The five miles of the Memphis riverfront are being reimagined in a $70 million transformation. For the first time, the riverfront is planned as a unified whole rather than a series of disconnected parks.
I graduated college a few months ago. And, in the process of looking for a job, I kept in the back of my head my love for art history. So, working in some capacity at a museum piqued my interest, leading me to the mysterious field of work that is experiential graphic design.