Asterisk Group 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.
Abhinand Lath is President and CEO of Sensitile Systems, an internationally-recognized designer and manufacturer of inspiring and sustainable materials for a wide range of architectural and design applications.
Sensitile® is an internationally-recognized designer and manufacturer of inspiring and sustainable materials for a wide range of architectural and design applications. Material design, prototyping, manufacturing, detailing, fabrication, packaging and shipping, all occur exclusively from our only location, in Michigan USA. Each material line has a unique aesthetic that dynamically integrates and interacts with different environments and its inhabitants to create unforgettable experiences.
Elizabeth Stevens Director of Graphic Design at Elkus Manfredi Architects in Boston.
Before joining Elkus Manfredi Architects in 2001 she worked as a Graphic Designer at Gensler.
Elizabeth Stevens is a creative director well-versed in all stages of the design process, from concept to production. Elizabeth Stevens designs and develops a wide variety of print, multimedia, and environmental graphic projects, including brand identity, signage, and websites. She is passionate about the process, collaborating with other creative minds, and mentoring young designers.
David Osborne is the Founder of Graphia Brands in Hong Kong.
Founder and Chairman of gB, David Osborne continually seeks better ways to improve the discipline of environmental graphics. He actually hates signs. David Osborne introduced the idea of wayﬁnding not as signage design but as experience design, and he continually encourages his five design teams to ﬁnd better, more intuitive ways to guide and orient people in the built environment. He holds a PhD from Coventry University in England and his continued research area is consumer behavior in the built environment.