JeppsonEGD is a specialty design practice led by Noah Jeppson and focused on the following areas:


  • Signage System Planning and Design: masterplanning of identification, directional, and information signs for both interior and exterior environments
  • Icon / Pictograph Design: custom identification symbols and directional elements that apply universal design practices and meet ADA requirements
  • Map and Guide Planning and Design: from simple “you are here” signs to detailed route maps and area guides

EGD (Experiential Graphic Design)

  • Large Format Graphics: design of removable or permanent wall murals and banners that create large-scale branded environments
  • Exhibition Planning and Design: from small interpretive panel design to fully immersive gallery exhibits
  • Plaque / Marker Design: design of long-lasting signage for memorials and places of cultural significance
  • Information / Infographic Design: graphics that interpret data and present information in dynamic formats
  • Placemaking Activities: workshops and events that transform community spaces with design installations

Historical Interpretation

  • Visual Identity Creation: brand development that references historical styles or builds upon a particular historical legacy
  • Historical Research: discovering the archived stories of communities, people, or places
  • Exhibition Curation: using historical research and artifacts to tell a story in an exhibition setting

JeppsonEGD is based in Seattle, Washington and takes on projects across the United States. Contact Noah today for more information, or visit the link below for design examples.