Principal-In-Charge of wayfinding projects with Corbin Design
Mark VanderKlipp is Principal-In-Charge of wayfinding projects with Corbin Design. Mark brings his experience as facilitator and advisor to the project team, clarifying objectives and developing strategy for both the verbal and visual aspects of each wayfinding solution. He has led strategy for the Mecklenburg County Greenways, Charlotte, NC, Forest Park, St. Louis, MO; Milwaukee RiverWalk in Wisconsin and the City Centre Calgary pedestrian system in Calgary, AB. Along with Jeff Frank, he’s recently begun work on the Great Rivers Greenway project in St. Louis.
Mark has written and spoken for many civic and trails groups, including American Trails, the International Downtown Association, Michigan Downtown Association, the Center for Applied Environmental Research, Oakland County (MI) Water Trails Association, the Urban Transportation Monitor, Tourism Northern Ontario and the Society for Experiential Graphic Design. A runner for 35 years, Mark participates in several annual trail races and explores trail systems on foot wherever Corbin Design’s work takes him. In 2013 he completed his term on the SEGD Board where he served as Treasurer. Mark is a 1987 graduate of the University of Michigan.