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Amy Lukas named 2018 SEGD Distinguished Member

Recipients of the award have been instrumental in cultivating university programs, advancing accessible and green design and promoting cultural agendas through design.

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Amy Lukas Named as 2017 30 Women to Watch

The 30 Women to Watch event celebrates Utah’s most successful and influential women as selected by their peers, giving us all the opportunity to commend them for giving so much devotion to their profession.

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Molly Mazzolini named to 2016 Sports Business Journal Game Changers Class

Infinite Scale’s current projects include Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, where its responsibilities include designing the naming-rights logo in conjunction with the pizza restaurant sponsor and Olympia Entertainment, parent company of the arena’s prime tenant, the Detroit Red Wings.

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U.S. Bank Stadium To Show Off Layers of Integration at Sports Venue Production Summit

Infinite Scale’s master plan captures spirit and values of the team and the community

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SBJ Readers Offer Trends to Watch in 2017

Molly Mazzolini talk to SBJ about coming sports industry trends for 2017.

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Infinite Scale, Experiential Graphic Design and the NHL All-Stars, Sports

To paraphrase Mark Cuban: "You've got your Big Screen, you've got a cold one and a comfy couch. What is compelling and unique enough about attending a game that makes it worth the effort? We in the sports business don't sell the game, we sell unique emotional experiences." A very few sports design consultancies are creating events where something fresh and innovative happens.

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Infinite Scale on Aggies’ Stadium Team

Infinite Scale (Salt Lake City) created the branding and wayfinding system for Texas A&M’s newly redeveloped football stadium complex, opening to the public September 12.

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Infinite Scale Designs College Football Playoff Graphics

Infinite Scale (Salt Lake City) created environmental graphics for the January 12 College Football Playoff game between Oregon and Ohio State. The project included graphics for the exterior of AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, as well as graphics at four hotels where the players stayed during the event.

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