Planning for a better tomorrow.

DCR Design is a consulting firm based in Southern California, combining strong project direction with expertise in mapping systems for public and active transportation, information design, geospatial analysis & database management.

We are a registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) under the California Unified Certification Program (CUCP). LA Metro SBE/DBE CUCP #43559 | CA SB Cert #2014872

Our Team

David Figueroa

David is a technical geographer and founding partner of DCR Design. He has worked internationally conceiving and delivering landmark transit and wayfinding information projects. For the past 20 years his main focus has been developing digital mapping assets for wayfinding and public transit information in London, New York City, Toronto and Los Angeles.

Roland Hansson

Roland is a founding partner of DCR Design. He is a full stack developer with extensive experience in GIS and cartography. Maps have been his passion since childhood and he firmly believes in geospatial technologies as an essential tool for managing environmental challenges and creating a sustainable future. Still looking for that perfect trail.

Nick Bockelman

As a versatile graphic designer and illustrator, Nick approaches design projects with an openness to new opportunities. With the goal of clarity and effective graphic communication, Nick explores many ways to compel viewers with engaging illustrations, infographics, and designs. To see more of his work, please visit:
www.bockelmanillustration.com/

Nils Figueroa

Nils has been with DCR Design since the middle of 2018. He graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2020 with a degree in Graphic Communication, and a concentration in web & digital media. He is always eager to learn and expand his knowledge in all areas of life.

Georgia Crowley

Georgia joined DCR Design in Fall 2019. With her refined eye for detail, Georgia understands the impact of cohesive, digestible, visual content. Invoking positive action through design, Georgia is optimistic in finding solutions for a sustainable world centered around active and public transportation.

Alexandra Lee-Gardner

Alexandra is a transportation engineer and planner working towards a car-independent future. Alexandra explores how planning, data analysis, and graphic communication intersect to promote active transportation and public transit use through wayfinding, information sharing, and storytelling.