Good Design Group was founded in 2006 with the goal of offering quality, conscientious design to the educational exhibit community.
We specialize in:
- Exhibit Design
- Museum Curriculum Development
- Graphic Design
- Conceptual Design
- Interpretive Planning
. . . but we also dabble in everything from illustration to public spaces. Not sure if we’re right for your project? Try us. You might just find that we’re good for you.
Before starting Good Design Group in January of 2006, John worked as a senior exhibit designer at Design Craftsmen in Midland, Michigan for more than 10 years.
At Design Craftsmen, John led the design effort on more than a dozen major projects including the SPAM Museum, Fort Des Moines Education Center, Thomas Edison Depot Museum and Winston Churchill Memorial and Library.
Previously, John spent two years as a product designer for Asahi Corporation in Tokyo, Japan after graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in Industrial Design.
Besides being a member of Good Design Group, Jennifer is the Research & Exhibit Museum Coordinator for the Virtual Museum Project at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She earned her masters degree in Education and Museum Studies from Michigan in 2008. Jen most recently participated in education planning for the Nkwantananso Cultural Center in Ghana, West Africa.
Previously, Jennifer worked as an exhibit designer for Design Craftsmen where she worked closely with John and led the design effort on several projects including the Punxsutawney Weather Discovery Center.
Jennifer also holds an Industrial Design degree from the University of Michigan.
Good Design Group partners with some of the best firms and individuals in the business. As a small, efficient operation, Good Design Group relies on many talented people to help us create the best designs for you. Find links to some of these folks in the Good Friends section of our site.