Thomas Earnist is a Fabrication Design Consultant for Gensler who has 30 plus years experience in the field of Environmental Graphics and Design. He specializes in concept and design development for Public Art and Environmental Graphics. Earnist also has extensive experience with design details and contract documents.
Jessica Kramer is an Environmental Graphic Designer and Landscape Architect, with over 20 years of design, marketing, communications and identity/branding experience. As both an environmental graphic designer and landscape architect, Jessica brings a unique perspective to projects. Jessica Kramer's philosophy towards any design project is to truly try to understand how a user will interact within an environment or through a communications piece.
Elisa Grossette started her career as an industrial designer specializing in product design, but she has always been fascinated by the urban environment, so turning to wayfinding was a natural fit for her.
Robert Cristinetti is owner of Cristinetti - Planning and Design. They develop transdisciplinary design solutions for our clients. This may include signage and wayfinding projects, product studies and brand spaces as well as exhibits, visual identities and corporate communication. The office consists of five additional employed professionals and is located in Frankfurt‘s east end, Germany.
Monika Meyer is a co-chair for the Toronto chapter.
As Designer at Entro, Monika Meyer takes a holistic approach to design, always considering the client’s objectives and the project’s potential functionality, formats, applications, and materials to create innovative yet appropriate solutions. She believes in beginning with the end in mind.
Asterisk designs integrated brand experiences that build understanding, inspire action, and engage people with one another and their surroundings.
We partner with leaders in industries ranging from real estate and technology to healthcare and retail to bring value to their places, products, and services. We work to understand what drives our clients and their audiences, then define and develop coordinated strategies via timeless design, savvy content, and polished craft — all with a collaborative, service-minded approach.
Advance Corporation was founded in 1941 by William F. Lorenz as a manufacturer of flexographic products and quickly earned a reputation for quality, service and innovation serving major manufacturing and service companies. It was during these early years that the company developed a special engraving process that eventually would be the catalyst for entrance into the award market.