Noah Jeppson is a recognized urban activation thought leader and environmental graphic designer. Shaping the idea of place through design, he works to create a constructive dialogue between community groups and business leaders in the Dallas area to espouse urban activism within the DFW metroplex. His accomplishments include PARK(ing) Day Dallas, design of a crowd-funded map of the Dallas Pedestrian Network, and exhibition work for several organizations. Noah also authors unvisiteddallas.com, an online resource that explores the history, preservation and urgent issues of key areas and structures in Dallas.
Noah has served as a design and community consultant on a variety of committees including Downtown Dallas Inc.’s Tunnels & Sky Bridges Network Task Force, the Downtown Residents Council and currently has an appointment on the City of Dallas Landmark Task Force (CBD/West End/Individual). Community speaking engagements and participation on jury panels keep Noah active in addressing regional design challenges.
What is environmental graphic design? Combining communication design with the physical, built environment, environmental graphic design (EGD) shapes the way people interact with their surroundings through wayfinding, signage and map projects. It educates and entertains through static or interactive exhibition graphics. And — paired with space planning — effective environmental graphic design can help establish a sense of place. As an environmental graphic designer, Noah strives to merge digital and physical solutions to create new experiences that creatively solve communication challenges.
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