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This past August, SEGD presented How Soon Is Now? Designing Change, the first comprehensive, multi-day virtual event dedicated to exhibition and experience design.
Did you miss it? Not to worry! You can now relive SEGD’s Exhibition + Experience Month through newly accessible, online video sessions.
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The phrase “Common Ground” carries a lot of meaning these days. Learn how SEGD professionals are bridging differences and seeking solutions through design projects that span the world.
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Welcome to the first in a series of SEGD interviews with the next wave of young designers. Chang Lee is an architect and an experience designer. He received his MA in Exhibition and Experience Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Currently, Lee is working for Gallagher & Associates, an interdisciplinary design studio specializing in exhibition design. Contributor Franck M. Mercurio asked Lee about life in New York City, his new career with Gallagher, and his interests in co-creating experiences to help achieve brand authenticity.
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We live in a divisive world. Politics, the pandemic, inequity, and ideologies are just a few things which fracture our societies today. The question “How can art and design help heal communities?” is more important than ever. Contributor Franck M. Mercurio interviewed Lily Yeh, the real-life protagonist of The Barefoot Artist. The film documents Yeh’s mission to rebuild shattered communities through immersive public art projects, across the globe, and is next week’s SEGD Film Focus — Thursday November 19th, film viewing starts at 5:30pm EST and live Q&A with Lily Yeh and panelists at 7:00pm EST.
Designing Down Under
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In the Sydney metropolitan area and across the Australian state of New South Wales, BrandCulture has implemented new wayfinding strategies for the region’s rail systems. In the Sydney suburb of Randwick, BrandCulture developed wayfinding and interpretive signage for Newmarket, a new mixed-used commercial and residential development.
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SEGD’s two-day mini-series, Wayfinding + Placemaking NOW, addressed the design of wayfinding systems and public spaces that feel safe and welcoming in our current global crises: the health pandemic, social unrest, economic volatility, and environmental decline. This is the moment when designers are being called on to reimagine public spaces, and present solutions for engaging and connecting to the places that surround us. The responses were illuminating.
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By Tim Hill, Client Development Director at Noë & Associates, and Alison Richings, Wayfinding Design Director at Endpoint
Having enforced time away from all of those distractions of life has helped us think more consciously about how and where we choose to live, work, socialize and spend our money in the soon to come post-lockdown world. For developers, urban planners, and architects the challenge will be creating living and working spaces that are both strategically and creatively attuned to a new world.
The Color-Ad team had a banner year installing over a dozen interpretive exhibit experiences across the globe, three of which placed in the top three spots in the National Association for Interpretation’s Interpretive Media Competition. This year’s results for the indoor exhibits category are as follows:
Watchfire Signs,a leading provider of exterior and interior LED signs, was selected to provide a large, high-resolution digital display as part of the entertainment venue located at The Mill on Etowah mixed-use development, in Canton, Ga.
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Nassia Inglessis, founder of Studio INI, talks about how technology assists in creating interactive spaces.
The London non-profit, BLAM, created an augmented reality app that allows users to view virtual memorials.
Media Architecture works on creating an Exhibition based off of selected student work.