Educated in industrial design, Domenic Nastasi is a Senior Designer with over 20 years experience in wayfinding and signage design. After starting his design career at a sign manufacturer, he began at Dotdash in 1999 working with Director Mark Ross on the wayfinding planning for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
Over the last 15 years Domenic has worked across all types of public environments including major events, health care and education. He is able to undertake large projects and coordinate with the lead consultant and client as well as guide the project design team.
Domenic’s strengths are in developing concepts into practical design solutions and the detailed design of signage forms and hardware to suit current technologies and manufacture methods.
Domenic has been responsible for a varied range of wayfinding and signage design projects. The most recent among those are The University of Queensland St Lucia Campus, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, and as a consultant for the Beijing and Sochi Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Qualifications and Memberships
- Graduate Diploma in Industrial Design QUT
- Bachelor of Applied Science, Built Environment QUT
- Fellow: Design Institute of Australia
We are dotdash, an interdisciplinary design practice focused on wayfinding strategy.
We help millions of people find their way around our complex urban environments.