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Ashley Ayres is an Experiential Graphic Designer at FMG Design in Houston, Texas
Ashley Ayres

Ashley Ayres is an Experiential Graphic Designer at FMG Design in Houston, Texas.

Artists in every medium gather a great deal of inspiration from their personal experiences. I'm a designer that enjoys providing experiences for the public, and if I have lead someone in the right direction, physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually, I feel as though I have done my job well.

Before joining FMG Design Ashley Ayres worked for D|G Studios, Pennebaker, Hill Design and Adcetera.

PAM's Stephen Minning Speaks at Access 2017
PAM's Stephen Minning Speaks at Access 2017

Creating spaces for inclusivity and accessibility has fast become a priority for experiential designers; with 2017 bringing a close to a year’s worth of progress, the question everyone is asking is, "Are we there yet?" At Access 2017 in Brisbane, wayfinding professionals from across Australia came together to discuss this topic.

Sign Up Now for ‘Hack the City’ Wayfinding Challenge

A ‘Hack the City’ wayfinding hackathon on Saturday 25 November is challenging people to travel across Cambridge by walking, cycling or using public transport, then come up with creative ways to improve navigation around the city, which could involve using the latest data and technology.

 

WCBS 880 Small Business Spotlight: "Wayfinding"

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – Katie Osborn calls her small business, Via Collective, a “wayfinding” company.

Washington, D.C., Metro

From the SEGD archives, circa 2009: With its good bones and Massimo Vignelli-designed graphics, the D.C. Metro is considered a classic. New additions to the system balance respect with user-focused improvements.

Via Collective's Katie Osborn to Talk Wayfinding at Greenbuild
Via Collective's Katie Osborn Talks Wayfinding at Greenbuild

Katie Osborn of Via Collective (New York) will participate in the 2017 Greenbuild Education Program, Trending Strategies for Universal Design on Wednesday, November 8.

3-D Zebra Pedestrian Crossing Helps Slow Down Cars

It’s currently being trialed in Ísafjörður, Iceland, and looks brilliant.

Entro on “Cultivating a Design Legacy” and Canada’s Airports
Entro on “Cultivating a Design Legacy” and Canada’s Airports

In 2011, Entro Communications merged with Toronto-based Gottschalk+Ash in the shared pursuit of doing great design work. This year, the firm released a book detailing its separate and combined history, entitled “Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years.” In this excerpt, read how the Canadian firms built their legacy in airports.

Public to Vote on Wayfinding Signs

At the Oct. 10 commission meeting, Todd Mayfield of Axia Creative, the firm hired to help the city with the program, estimated the signs would be installed in 12 to 18 weeks. 

The Crosswalk Of The Future Moves And Changes To Prioritize Pedestrians

The Starling Crossing is designed to reshape streets by responding in real time to pedestrian movements.

Airspace and The Breeze
Airspace Announces The Breeze

Airspace (New York) is excited to announce their new adaptive reuse project in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn set to open in Summer 2018. Their client, The Hudson Companies, Inc., along with S9 Architecture and ABS Partners Real Estate, have developed an office and retail destination, which features a rooftop restaurant with views of Manhattan. Airspace was responsible for the identity, exterior murals, signage and wayfinding.

The project was recently profiled in Crain's New York.

Cloud Gehshan Interpreting One of Wright's Finest Achievements
Cloud Gehshan to Intepret One of Wright's Finest Achievements

Cloud Gehshan is delighted to be signing the Darwin Martin House—one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most significant residential commissions.

ArtHouse Brands 1401 Lawrence
ArtHouse Brands 1401 Lawrence

ArtHouse Design recently completed a wayfinding and placemaking project at 1401 Lawrence, one of Denver’s newest Class AA premiere office buildings, rising to 21 stories and overlooking historic Larimer Square.

Finn Butler is an Associate Director at the Maynard Design Consultancy in Melbourne, Australia
Finn Butler

Finn Butler is an Associate Director at the Maynard Design Consultancy in Melbourne, Australia.

Steve Plummer is a Product Manager at PAM Wayfinding in Sydney, Australia
Steve Plummer

Steve Plummer is a Product Manager at PAM Wayfinding in Sydney, Australia.

Christian Lunger is the founder of motasdesign in Austria
Christian Lunger

Christian Lunger is the founder of motasdesign in Austria.

motasdesign is a design consultancy, helps people to better understand the spaces in which they move. In this way they can find themselves more quickly, feel more comfortable and secure, gain time and be inspired.

Kevin Spencer is a Junior Designer at Two Twelve in New York
Kevin Spencer

Kevin Spencer is a Junior Designer at Two Twelve in New York.

Kevin Spencer has a strong passion for environmental graphic design, wayfinding, packaging, and colorful graphic expression.

At Two Twelve he is a member of a team specializing in wayfinding solutions for healthcare, retail, residential, and many other unique and complex environments.

Michael Melynk is the Founder of Melynk Design in Toronto, Canada
Michael Melynk

Michael Melynk is the Founder of Melynk Design in Toronto, Canada.

Some of the projects that Michael Melnyk has done include:

Anthony Russell is President of Russell Design in New York
Anthony Russell

Anthony Russell is President of Russell Design in New York.

As president, Anthony Russell functions as creative director and client liaison on key projects, particularly those involving strategy and branding. A native of London, he left the UK early after art school and mandatory service in the British Army (not fun) to start his New York design firm. A keen interest in architecture spawned an environmental graphics team that designs streetscapes, parks, hospitals, hotels and corporate and residential buildings.

Emily Morishita is a Senior Designer with Hunt Design in Pasadena, CA
Emily Morishita

Emily Morishita is a Senior Designer with Hunt Design in Pasadena, CA.

As an exhibition and environmental designer, Emily Morishita has been given a chance to merge her many interests: education through art, usability and the visitor experience, architecture, wayfinding and signage, urban design and planning, furniture design, etc.

Andrew Newman is an Associate Director at Group GSA in Sydney, Australia
Andrew Newman

Andrew Newman is an Associate Director at Group GSA in Sydney, Australia.

Anthony Newman is a multidisciplinary graphic designer, with expertise in branding, environmental design, experiential design, digital and print production. He thrives in managing the entire creative process by taking an idea from initial concept through to a finished product. 

Christina Sakura is a Senior Designer at Studio SC in Seattle
Christina Sakura

Christina Sakura is a Senior Designer at Studio SC in Seattle

Christina Sakura has a talent for seamlessly integrating the beauty of art, the functionality of design, and the story that defines a client’s brand, she has a deep knowledge of brand strategy and have worked to evolve the brands of such clients as Tableau Software, Capezio Brands, Intel-GE Care Innovations and Chihuly Garden and Glass.

Haley Anderson, visual designer at Studio SC in Seattle.
Haley Anderson

Haley Anderson, visual designer at Studio SC in Seattle.

Haley Anderson is a graduate from the Visual Communication Design program at the University of Washington where she earned her Bachelor of Design in Design and Visual Communications, Architectural Studies and Art History.

She loves all things design, especially ampersands. Someday Haley Anderson hopes to have her own line of ampersands. Beyond that, she has interests in red wine, modern architecture and traveling the world.

Before Joining Studio SC, Haley Anderson ran her own design firm.

Kate Owen is the Managing Director of Futago in Tasmania, Australia
Kate Owen

Kate Owen is the Managing Director of Futago in Tasmania, Australia.

As Senior Designer and original co-founder, Kate Owen leads the creative direction and drives innovation in design and the graphic approach in responding to Futago's client briefs. Kate Owen has an appreciation for all areas of design, established from her dual degree in architecture and environmental design, as well as her interest in the arts.

Sora Almon is a Senior Dsigner at Roll Barresi & Associates in Boston
Sora Almon

Sora Almon is a Senior Dsigner at Roll Barresi & Associates in Boston

Sora has worked in environments since the start of her career during which time she has done exhibit design for trade shows and museums, corporate interiors, environmental graphics, and signage and wayfinding.

Sora Almon has been lucky to work with a wide range of projects and clients. Her roles in those projects have included project management, conceptualization, design development, planning, message scheduling, graphics, materials librarian.

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