Linzi Eggers brings extensive knowledge of experiential graphic design to CG. Her passion for developing design standards and wayfinding strategies results in cohesive and effective programs. Linzi is project designer for a variety of clients but is especially adept at medical projects with their combination of wayfinding, typography, donor recognition, symbol design and map design. Recent clients include Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Main Line Health.
Prior to joining CG, Linzi was a designer for Two Twelve in New York, where she assisted in the development of effective wayfinding programs
for some of New York’s largest health care and research facilities. She has also interned
at MERJE, an environmental graphic design firm
in West Chester, PA.
Linzi graduated from the University of the Arts
in 2012 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, where she designed branding and wayfinding signage for a number of student exhibitions. Her student work has been published in the book Designing Information
by Joel Katz.