Environmental Branding & Graphics
Environmental graphic design communicates the story of an environment with thoughtful, branded navigation solutions to link signage to the community it serves. We are always looking for innovative ways to embrace many design disciplines including graphic, architectural, interior, landscape, and industrial design, all concerned with the visual aspects of wayfinding, communicating identity and information, and shaping the idea of creating experiences that connect people to place. With the thoughtful, branded navigation solutions of environmental graphic designs, businesses can give visitors confidence while telling the story of the community and environment.
Wayfinding & Navigational Solutions
Wayfinding is essential to any environment and its branding and is so much more than directional signage. Help users find their way with visual cues, such as maps, directions, and symbols, help guide people safely and securely, especially in urban landscapes, commercial buildings, parking garages, and more.
Exhibition Design & Interactive Experiences
This variety of environmental design focuses primarily on engagement – educating, prompting, inspiring – with touchpoints to connect users, often literally, with more physical and digital mediums than other types of environmental design. Whether you’re at a museum, visitor center, park, trade show, exposition or retail stores, exhibition design is the intersection of physical space and visual storytelling. An application for corporate offices can be timelines or donor walls.
Placemaking & Identity
Creating an experience once users realize they are ‘here.’ Once a visitor knows where they are – ‘here’ – graphic elements such as type, color, pattern, video, and motion serve to shape the experience and identity of that place for every individual.
Expressing individuality and branding through visuals to create a memorable and noteworthy experience. Using a vast array of materials and media, public installations can be art, memorials, gateways, landmarks, signage, super-scaled graphics, contextual elements, place-markers, and even branded corporate elements, lending their environments meaning, context and, often, an iconic optic.