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Natalie Hughes Malloy

As a graduate from Kendall College of Art and Design, with a B.F.A. in Graphic Design and Thesis in Museum Studies, Natalie Hughes Malloy’s background exercises a process that blends observation with integrative thinking to identify opportunities and solve problems.

Previous to joining Xibitz, Natalie worked in Brand Development for a multi-billion dollar big-box retailer, planning and designing concepts for digital, print, out of home and retail environments.

Natalie Hughes, Associate, Xibitz, Grand Rapids Michigan
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Grand Rapids, MI

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A proven partner in producing exhibits and environments that inform, educate and inspire, Xibitz collaborates with clients and other team members to develop and implement a wide variety of projects in corporate, museum, healthcare, and higher education and athletics markets.

Our pledge to be a highly reliable, cooperative and innovative partner to firms in the A&D community has led to some of our most dynamic and creative work across North America.

University of North Texas University Union

Finalist 2017
University of North Texas University Union

As a key component in rejuvenating student life on the University of North Texas campus, the newly expanded and highly renovated University Union is part of a larger vision for the transformation of the main campus of UNT. Through development of brand experience elements, the University Union celebrates UNT traditions and culture, inspiring excellence, acknowledging accomplishments of students, alumni and faculty and educating visitors and potential recruits.

Snap-on Museum Experience

Merit Award 2015

With its 100-year anniversary approaching, iconic toolmaker Snap-on wanted to celebrate its success with the people who made it possible: its employees and its loyal and passionate customer base. And of course to stay on-brand, Snap-on needed the right tool for the job.

Snap-on worked with Kahler Slater (Milwaukee) to create the Snap-on Museum, a new experience in the company’s Kenosha, Wisc., headquarters. The 4,350-square-foot space doubles as a corporate museum and special-event dining room.

Kahler Slater

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