University of Texas at Austin

Saniya Walawalkar

Saniya Walawalkar is a Recent Graduate of the University of Texas Austin and a Design Intern at Battleground Texas in Houston.

Saniya Walawalkar is a recent graduate of UT Austin where she studied Design and Art History. She plans to pursue further education in both her majors, preferably in Europe. Saniya Walawalkar loves reading fantasy and hopes to design the cover for a bestselling Young Adult novel.

Saniya Walawalkar is a Recent Graduate of the University of Texas Austin and a Design Intern at Battleground Texas in Houston.
University of Texas Austin (UTSOA)
Houston, TX Area

Lauren Smedley

Lauren Smedley is an MFA Candidate in Design at the University of Texas Austin.

Lauren Smedley is currently an MFA candidate at UT Austin with a focus in museum accessibility design and user testing. Along with being a full-time student, Lauren Smedley is also a design fellow at the Design Institute for Health at the Dell Medical School. Prior to UT, she was employed at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia as a designer. 

Lauren Smedley had the opportunity to work on the newest science of sports (SportsZone) exhibit, along with many other environmental projects.

Lauren Smedley is an MFA Candidate in Design at the University of Texas Austin
University of Texas Austin (UTSOA)
Austin, Texas

Frauke Bartels

Frauke Bartels is a Project Manager and Senior Graphic Designer at the University of Texas at Austin and a long time SEGD member.

Frauke Bartels manages interior and exterior wayfinding signage projects for the University and has been with the University since 1994. Frauke Bartels studied at Texas State University.

Connect with Frauke Bartels on LinkedIn and her portfolio on Behance.

Frauke Bartels, Project Manager and Graphic Designer at the University of Texas at Austin
University of Texas Austin (UTSOA)
Austin, Texas

University of Texas at Austin Wayfinding

Signing the “Model Village” 

A new wayfinding program helps the University of Texas regain its sense of place and open its arms to the Austin community.

“The finest university campuses in the world have always been places—model villages, to borrow Thomas Jefferson’s notion—where communal cohesion and strength are derived as much from the physical experience as from      any philosophy or values that may be espoused.”

--Robert Berdahl, former president of the University of Texas at Austin

Harry Ransom Center

Buried Treasure

Austin's Harry Ransom Center uses environmental graphics to unveil its mission and collections.

The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, the University of Texas at Austin’s renowned literary archive, is home to some of the world’s most valuable cultural treasures. Its collections include one of only 48 copies of the Gutenberg Bible, a rare first edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and one of Jack Kerouac’s spiral-bound journals for On the Road.

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