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HOK

The HOK Experience Design team are integrators of space and message. Our days are spent scripting and storytelling, illustrating and communicating. Our value is in the ability to visualize the drivers of organization and enterprise. We make approachable, interactive and memorable experiences with a sense of place. We employ print and pixel, art and artifact, to create experiential environments that are on-brand and of-culture. HOK's professional offerings include design services for identity design, branded environments, media design, placemaking strategies, and wayfinding systems.

Color-Ad

Based in Virginia, Color-Ad, Inc. is a national company specializing in providing visual communication solutions through signs and exhibits. We are a full service turnkey operation producing a wide range of visual communication products to an even wider range of end users and industries.

The Latest Word on Planet Word: Downtown D.C.’s Language Museum Is Set to Open in May

When she taught first-graders in Bethesda public schools, Ann Friedman relied on activities to engage them. Playing games, reciting poetry, putting on plays — all were roads to learning how to read.

Watchfire Signs to Showcase Ignite Sports Software at NADC 2019

Watchfire Signs to Showcase Ignite Sports Software at NADC 2019

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Watchfire Signs, a manufacturer of video displays and virtual scoreboards for stadiums and arenas, will showcase its displays for indoor and outdoor sports, along with its Ignite Sports content management software at the National Athletic Directors Conference & Exhibit, December 13-17 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, Md. Watchfire sports displays and Ignite Sports software will be displayed and demonstrated at booth 742.

Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

New Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

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The National Park Service recently engaged Bluecadet and their partners Studio Joseph and Lammey & Giorgio to transform the space below the Lincoln Memorial into a new museum and visitor center. Exhibitions and installations such as hologram-like projections will fill the Undercroft with historic imagery from the countless marches, demonstrations and memorable moments from the memorial's past. 

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