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.
Ted Leonhardt has dedicated himself to helping creatives achieve their potential in business, with a focus on negotiation. He's the author and illustrator of Nail It: Stories for Designers on Negotiating with Confidence. Ted is also leading a session at the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience called Negotiating Your Worth, as part of the Experiential Learning Series—an alternative...
So you're coming to the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle (Have you registered yet? Don't miss out on your first-choice on tours and workshops, register today!) and you're feeling a bit thirsty—
Check out these recommended watering holes, all within walking distance from the 2016 SEGD Conference headquarters at the Westin Seattle:
In our highly competitive industry, do you find yourself banging your head against a wall trying to find ways to be innovative, fresh, or AMAZING on certain days? I imagine some of us do.
Where do you go when your "design thinking" stops thinking? It happens to us all —regardless of our disciplines I believe. A few months ago I felt I hit a road block with my paintings, so I put down my brushes and picked up my pencils for a few weeks instead. Mixing things up got me over my mental block.
When the Board of SEGD decided to start up a magazine, it was begun on a shoestring. Then-Executive Director Leslie Gallery Dilworth dug up stories, found writers and designers and did interviews. Another staffer managed logistics, sales, printing and distribution.
How to get involved earlier in projects.
About two years ago we published a thought piece on the design of your business - viewing it as just another design problem and applying the thinking that you apply to client projects to the design of your business.
Part two considers some proven approaches to growing your business from other design disciplines
At 2,200 sq. ft., this display is one of the largest of its kind in professional sports and the largest to show brand specific advertising. The LED freeform puck-shaped elements are spaced 35mm apart, can be integrated seamlessly with other displays at Citi Field and provide a unique aspect to every event.
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Stefano Boeri designs a tree made from 3M materials that he hopes will influence the creative approach to design in public spaces.
Interpretative dance and 3D projection mapping prove to be a match made in heaven. Seriously, you have to watch this one to believe it!