Ten8 Group is an experiential design firm (Certified WBE) that creates signage, environments, and identity elements that attract, engage, direct, and incite action and interaction between place and person.
Our team is comprised of creative thinkers, industrial designers, illustrators, graphic designers, creative project leaders, and technology and fabrication specialists each with principal/senior level industry specific experience.
Heather enjoys building, orchestrating, and energizing team members to provide creative, exciting solutions for clients. She also revels in idea harvesting and sketch prototyping (3D cardboard mockups) to quickly communicate and truth-out design concepts. Heather makes the most of her 1,440 minutes each day.
Always ready to jump in full throttle and assist, whether it be creating bas relief maquettes, or the tedious placement of repetitive directional, identity, and regulatory signs, Sarah is our groups go-to. Sarah is our young designer in training frequently bestowed with the wisdom from her elders, but sharing a youthful GenZ perspective. Her university training in classical drawing and business management offer a strong combination of creative and linear observation simultaneously.
Dawn brings her joy of travel to her experiential graphic design work. She has the intuition to navigate the most unique environments in the least amount of time. Dawn’s thought process follows the scientific method of question, research, hypothesis, testing, analyzing, and reporting.
In addition, Dawn managed and produced “Nutcracker on Ice”, providing skaters years of opportunity and the confidence to perform this classic, timeless story. www.nutcrackeronice.org. Dawn creates for the enjoyment of all.
Elizabeth incorporates mobile technology in her process of collecting and recording information. Her joy of ‘land navigation’ comes from her military service. She delves into program messaging, location studies, technical writing, code compliance, and budget and data management.
Elizabeth is ‘all about’ inclusion, diversity, and universal/accessible design. During her ‘off-time’, she tutors math essentials for English Language learners and opens her home for young people who need familial relationships.
Elizabeth provides our group with a unique perspective for design solutions.