Four alumni of the Stonehill College graphic design program recently participated in Design Exchange Boston (DxB), a two-day design and innovation conference held at District Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, September 27-28, 2014.
Emily Sano ’12, a graphic designer at Spagnolo Gisness & Associates Inc., presented her work in environmental design and discussed how experiential graphic design was integral in branding the built environment at LogMeIn headquarters in Boston.
Luke Selinger ’12, a graphic designer at Omniplex Ltd., and Michelle Curtis ’12, an American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) board member and interactive designer at Vital Source Technologies, were key members of the small team that organized, planned and launched the conference.
The Stonehill grads were featured in a class of presenters that included Brian Singer, design manager at Pinterest, Tobias van Schneider, art director and Lead Designer at Spotify, and Eddie Opara, a partner at Pentagram Design.
The theme of this year’s DxB conference was “Start Experimenting: Putting the spotlight on the greatest experimenters in Boston and beyond!”
To learn more, visit www.dxboston.com.