Illustration Styles
 

INTERPRETATION, WAYFINDING, VISITABILITY, AND MAP ISSUES
I have conducted dozens of seminars, workshops, discussions, round tables, classes, and charrettes on a wide range of accessibility and communication topics.


ILLUSTRATION
I have been teaching illustration classes for over twenty years in the Continuing Education Department at the Rhode Island School of Design.

PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE
I am available to present the following specific subjects. These presentations include visual aids and handouts; and are customized to fit your individual facilities and goals.

Teaching (Seminars or mini-units):
Wayfinding: Improving your facilities “visitability” (college level).

Teaching (full semester):
Illustration: an introduction to everything you need to know for a successful freelance career (college level).

Lectures (45 to 90 minutes, including a question and answer period):

  • How to make a better map (fifth grade curriculum level).
  • How to make a better map (professional level).
  • Wayfinding: Improving your facilities “visitability” (professional level).
Workshops (Full or half-day duration):
Wayfinding: Improving your facilities “visitability” (Hands-on experience for museum, library, and school professionals).

Charettes (one to multi-day) and Round table discussions (45 to 90 minutes):
Any question concerning interpretive or wayfinding subjects (professional level).