Noah Jeppson is an experiential graphic designer with over fifteen years of experience. Based in San Francisco, he focuses on wayfinding, exhibition design, and placemaking projects that shape the way people interact with their surroundings and challenge traditional notions of place. By merging digital and physical solutions Noah creates new experiences that creatively solve communication challenges. Noah has worked as a brand designer for major corporations — including Boeing, EY, JCPenney, and Neiman Marcus — building and maintaining visual identity systems and developing new methods for experiential customer engagement. As a community activator, Noah works to create a constructive dialogue between neighbor groups and business leaders to espouse the role of design in urban activism. His accomplishments include successful installments of PARK(ing) Day and programming for the Seattle Design Festival, crowd-funded design projects, and solutions that bring awareness to historic preservation and sustainability issues.

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