Linking 19 floors and 2,000 employees along one path keeps Akamai connected so they can keep the world online
Our graphic design team is comprised of visual storytellers and experiential designers, united by a common focus on place and human experience. This team brings together deep expertise in brand strategy, visual communication, and storytelling to connect people to places, contributing to the ultimate success of Sasaki’s planning and design projects.
Sasaki graphic designers create an unexpected, bold new identity for the historic Village of Oak Park
Hear from our Burlington Parks Recreation and Waterfront (BPRW) client, as well as the Sasaki team on how they thought through operational improvements, community engagement, and brand identity and wayfinding
The report was developed by an architect, a librarian and archivist, and a graphic designer, conveying the reults of a 400-person survey of librarians. Via dynamic infographics and digestible charts, this report provides a unique view into the librarian experience of libraries today.
Sasaki developed the map as part of a cultural planning effort. The design contains multiple layers and ideas stitched together in a beautiful and provocative visual language. It gives the district a cohesive identity, enumerates its cultural institutions, provides transit and walking overlay, and interprets the area through brief vignettes.
A Sasaki-authored and designed report on the state of cities catches fire with press across the nation
A colorful gallery exhibit in Sasaki's Watertown office