Julie Margot of Julie Margot Design and Peter Soland of Civiliti discuss their process working on an unconventional wayfinding project “Escales découvertes (Discovery Halts)” in Mont-Royal Park (Montréal).
C&G Partners (New York) designed the Maguire Welcome Center visitor experience at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. for “deaf eyes” using DeafSpace Guidelines in partnership with the university and Dangermond Keane Architecture.
Whether you’re a student, a young designer, new to SEGD or new to the conference experience, we’ve put together this handy list to help you make the most of the event.
Different cities face unique design challenges, but their innovative approaches can inspire designers across the world. That’s one of the reasons SEGD hosts conferences in cities across the United States—to give attendees insight into regional design and inspiration to incorporate into their own work.
Design solutions have ranged from absorptive ceilings to baffles and even plantings. Vertical and horizontal surfaces covered in expensive materials and scattered throughout a design seem to be the standard solution. But what if acoustic comfort hinges on something entirely unexpected?
If you are asked what you were paid in the past, and most interviewers do ask, here are some things to say.
SEGD has been working on a continuous cycle of improvements to its programs and content to ensure that it remains relevant and becomes more vital for members. How satisfied are members with the changes? Did the organization get a thumbs up or down for the on-going improvements? How has SEGD's membership changed over the past five years?
FOUND. is a contemporary multidisciplinary design studio with a studio practice to challenge and modernize conventional wayfinding, signage and graphics through the format of digital, GPS, haptic, autonomous and artificial intelligence technologies.
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Los Angeles-based non-profit ShareWell unveiled the design on Wednesday for its new state-of-the-art Cayton Children's Museum at Santa Monica Place.
Local architecture, engineering, interior design and planning firm Gresham, Smith and Partners announced Wednesday it has named six new owners, each based in Nashville.
Named Cereal, the font has big ambitions from its scrappy beginnings.