You’ve probably seen the name Sam Carter within the #DisTwitter sphere. His tweets are unique in that they show a different side of Disney that we don’t often talk about: design.
Cleaning out the garage, found these treasures from my Disney day. Love me some lollipop signage. pic.twitter.com/IcpjnoCLHA
— Sam Carter (@Cartarsauce) June 6, 2020
Carter is a former experience creative designer for the Disneyland Resort, having worked in that role for nearly two decades before he was tapped to lead design for USC.
Just love for Disney is something that you probably have seen or continue to see when visiting the resort, from signage to parades, marketing materials and more. To the visitor, all this is just part of the experience. To Carter, however, it’s a much more involved process that takes everything into account from colors to use and how guests from every corner of the earth receives those visual messages.
Enjoy our full interview with Sam about his design sense and Disney story below!
Sam Carter chats with DisneyExaminer about Disneyland Experience Design
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Our special thanks to Sam Carter for contributing this story! You can follow him on Twitter.