Page/Dyal Branding & Graphics is the branding and experience design consulting group within Page, a 500+ person multi-disciplinary design firm with seven offices in North America (Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Denver, Washington DC, and Mexico CIty).
Based in Austin, Page/Dyal’s staff of 13 provides a full range of professional services, including strategy, visioning, identity, graphic design, digital, experiential design, donor recognition, signage, and wayfinding.
Robin Anderson is a co-chair for the SEGD Austin Chapter and a designer at Page/Dyal Branding and Graphics in Austin, Texas. She specializes in signage and wayfinding.
As the signage and branding specialists within Page architecture, Dyal Branding and Graphics design everything from wayfinding systems to full branding suites, with an emphasis on overall creative project visioning.
Jason Azar is a designer and researcher based in Austin, TX. His expertise is in the fields of wayfinding and environmental graphic design, cartography, and community-based planning and urban design,.
He is a designer at TBG Partners in Austin, Texas. He previously worked as an information designer and researcher at City-ID, a wayfinding and environmental graphic design firm based in New York City and Bristol, England, and as an archivist and gallery curator at Ford, Powell and Carson Architects and Planners in San Antonio, TX.
Emily Lamontagne is an Art Director Intern at T3 in Austin, TX.
Emily Lamontagne is a multi-discipline designer specializing in developing brand identities and well rounded-experiences. She is especially interested in branding, print, material explorations, old-school typesetting, and tactile experiences. Notable achievements to date include mastering the perfect bowl of ramen and arriving at a relatively consistent sleep schedule.
Julio Correa is an Interaction Designer at frog design in Austin, TX.
Julio Correa graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BFA in Design and a BSA in Computer Science. During his time at UT Austin, he was involved in Design For America and Mobile App Development. Julio Correa studied abroad for six months at Glasgow School of Art where he explored the intersection of emerging technology and design and was introduced to processing, physical computing (Arduino), Unity, and speculative design.