Seattle has gained a dramatic new example of iconic architecture in Amazon’s “Spheres.” The new cluster of buildings house a remarkable and biodiverse collection of plants—expressly to inspire Amazon employees. The public excitement around the Spheres, however, spurred the creation of an exhibit-rich visitor center below.
In March 2017, the future of Clearview with FHWA was still murky. The FHWA response to the public comment period had not yet been released and SEGD Fellow, Don Meeker, was hopeful that the data he and his team had collected to combat the decision in combination with pushback from state highway engineers would have a positive impact.
As locals, 2018 SEGD Conference Experience Minneapolis Co-Chairs Gretta Fry and Gary Stemler know a thing or two—not only about what this year’s conference has to offer, but also how to take advantage of this year’s host city. Here, they share what they’re looking forward to most at this year’s event—and why you should make sure you’re in Minneapolis June 7–9.
Let’s face it, contracts aren’t the most exciting part of your job—but they are necessary. And if you want to move up in your firm, knowing the ins and outs of contracts will position you as an asset. Lucky for you, SEGD is hosting the 2018 SEGD Management for Designers event later this month in Chicago.
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?
On April 27, Mike McCarthy of DCL will share his expert insight into budgets for designers at the 2018 SEGD Management for Designers event. In this blog post, he delves into an important facet of budgeting: the hidden costs of installation.
“Off Grid 18,”the second-annual international experiential graphic design event created by the Wellington Chapter of SEGD, transpired over four days and four cities in late February. The theme was “Experiential City,” which posed the question, “What is the ‘experiential city’ and where does design fit in?”
Bluecadet and Outrider recently collaborated with Alex Wellerstein, creator of Nuke Map, on "Bomb Blasts," an interactive tool that personalizes the deadly impact of nuclear weapons and encourages the public to learn more and to take action.
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Some years ago Jim managed to snag the interview of the century with one of symbols biggest stars.
The best of Burning Man is coming to the Smithsonian for anyone to experience–no dust goggles or potable water supply required.
It has its own emoji, but where did the new Accessible Icon come from?