President and co-owner of KMA Design, Kosick is responsible for overseeing the KMA project management staff; as well as, the day-to-day operations of the firm.
With nearly 30 years experience in the sign master planning, intellectual property, advertising and marketing areas of the industry, he has developed a quality reputation as a communications specialist, providing expert knowledge in complex direction and information through the use of language, all conveyed in a understandable manner. His background in communications, with an emphasis in rhetoric, provides an intimate knowledge of language to signage programs, assuring consistency and clarity through the use of the written word.
With experience in all aspects of wayfinding, Kosick is a master at breaking down complex nuances of space and direction, and conveying in a simple, yet refined manner. Working in tandem with a team of graphic designers, Kosick brings the use of language into a functional and understandable format for each wayfinding program developed.
Kosick has programmed numerous facilities, stadia, cities, and complexes across the nation, with a focus on wayfinding for the occasional or infrequent visitor. His work precisely plans where and when it is necessary to provide directional cues for appropriate pedestrian and vehicular circulation in and around buildings.
Kosick also offers expertise in the area of corporate identity for a wide variety of clients. These services include corporate branding, brochure development, collateral packages, public relations and crisis management.
He is actively involved in the Pittsburgh amateur sporting community and has served as a board member or executive director of several not-for-profit organizations.