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Allison Harris, Architect, 310 Architecture + Interiors, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
Allison Harris
Emma Wallace is an Experiential Graphic Designer at Little in Raleigh, NC
Emma Wallace
Elizabeth Griswold is a Senior Graphic Designer at Ewing Cole in Raleigh, NC
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With the start of the year officially under our belts, we thought we would reflect upon the 2018 Events for SEGD RDU – our first full year as a chapter. At each event, we connected with a wide range of professionals over the course of the year and expanded our Raleigh-Durham design EGD community network.

Inspire

  • NCMA’s “You are Here - Light, Color and Sound Experiences” private lecture and tour
  • North Carolina’s Museum of Natural Sciences backstage tour of the fabrication shop hosted by the museum’s exhibits department
  • Informal meet-up at a local AIGA event for “An Evening with Paula Scher”
     

Educate

  • PAM Wayfinding Platform – a Progressive Asset Management System hosted by PAM
  • Transportation Wayfinding, Planning, and Design at RDU Airport hosted by Apple Designs
  • US ADA Accessibility Requirements hosted by Nova Polymers
     

Connect

  • SEGD RDU One Year Anniversary Celebration at Lynnwood Grill & Brewing Concern hosted by the Identity Group
     

Not only did our attendees get to connect, be inspired and learn something new through education, but they also took home some enviable, curated door prizes such as:

  • Chris Calori’s “Signage and Wayfinding Design: A Complete Guide to Creating Environmental Graphic Design Systems”
  • Bryce Wilner’s Gradient Puzzle
  • Trendy Foil-Embossed Cocktail Napkins & Tovolo Ice Tray
  • Designer Grid & Note paper from Chet Miller
  • Gift card to the Durham Hotel for Libations & Bites
     

Come see what SEGDis all about!

We are a mix of graphic designers, architects, interior designers, digital designers, industrial designers, exhibit designers, fabricators, signage specialists, digital technology specialists, and industry end-users – the folks that seek our expertise and knowledge to enhance their environments.

Check out SEGD’s membershipsand promotional rates for first-time members, students, newly graduated design professionals, designers, studios, design educators and industry professionals.

Want to host an event or have an idea for an awe-inspiring theme, reach out to your Raleigh Co-Chairs, Emma, Allison and Elizabeth.

SEGD Raleigh is committed to educating, connecting, and inspiring the Raleigh-Durham design community, one of the fastest growing in the nation.

SEGD RDU

One of our goals for 2019 is to increase engagement with our local design students. In our niche industry, it’s truly a grassroots effort to develop Experiential Graphic Design professionals within our design specialty. We have ideas and University contacts but would love to tap into our local design community’s resources as well. Do you have a great concept for a student-focused event? Are you currently an adjunct or professor and have a need for a guest speaker or guest critic for a portfolio review? Would you or your firm be interested in purchasing a lump sum of student memberships to gift to local design students? Reach out to your chapter chairsto start the conversation!

Contact SEGD RDUwith your ideas or to get our on mailing list.

SEGD Raleigh is committed to educating, connecting, and inspiring the Raleigh-Durham design community, one of the fastest growing in the nation.

Join us for a winter-holiday celebration on Thursday, December 6 at Little in Durham hosted by Bob Greenberger from Nova Polymers.

The evening kicks-off with a 45-minute presentation about current US ADA /Accessibility requirements as it relates to room ID signs, and education about technical specifications for Accessible/ADA-compliant photopolymer signage. We’ll then break-off into a social to share ideas for our Chapter’s 2019 events calendar.

Event Details
Thursday, December 6
5:30 - 7:30 pm

Presentation: 5:45 – 6:30
Social: 6:30 – 7:30

Location
Little
410 Blackwell St # 10
Durham, NC 27701

One lucky individual will walk home with a coveted, design-inspired door prize. Will it be you?

Click here to RSVP!

Contact SEGD RDUwith questions or to get our on mailing list.

SEGD Raleigh is committed to educating, connecting, and inspiring the Raleigh-Durham design community, one of the fastest growing in the nation.

SEGD Raleigh Chapter Event

SEGD Raleigh Event-iversary!

It’s hard to believe it’s almost been a year since our first SEGD Raleigh event!

 

Thank you to everyone who has attended events, told your friends about us, followed us on social media, and provided sponsorships. Our first year exceeded all expectations and we can’t wait to see what next year has in store.

To celebrate, we are having an informal meet-up at the Lynnwood Grill & Brewing Concern from 5:30 - 8:00 pm on Friday, November 16. There’s no tour, no lecture, just a fun night to get to know the Raleigh SEGD community. If you’re not yet a member, the new-member rate is still active and we’ll have iPads on hand for you to sign up. If you’ve never been to an event before, join us! Members and non-members are welcome - bring your spouse, roommate, coworker, design-loving friend - the more the merrier!

Event Details

Friday, November 16
5:30  - 8:00 pm

Lynnwood Grill & Brewing Concern
4821 Grove Barton Rd
Raleigh, NC 27613

Social Meet Up
Drinks on you, Appetizers at 6:00 by Identity Group

RSVP

Click here to RSVP so we can get a rough head count.

If you have any questions, reach out to your SEGD RDU co-chairs Allison, Emma and Elizabeth.

SEGD Raleigh Chapter Event

A discussion about the evolution of the airport over the last 20 years, projects and wayfinding challenges, and what we can expect over the next 20 years.

 

Apple Designsalong with representative(s) from the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority will talk about the role wayfinding and signage play in an airport master plan, discuss specific challenges encountered over the past 20 years, including current project challenges. We will also take a look of what’s in store for the Airport and their 2040 plan to address growth, technology, and passenger trends. Included in the event will be an exclusive, escorted tour through parts of Terminal 2 to highlight design and answer questions.

RSVP here

Limited to 20 participants

RDU Terminal 2
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
*Valid driver’s license or passport required for tour

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Address for Parking:
Raleigh-Durham International Airport
2405 John Brantley Blvd. (Terminal Blvd.)
Morrisville, NC 27560

Parking Fees:
$2 per hour at ParkRDU Central
Parking fees paid by participants. See linkfor more details.

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SEGD Raleigh is committed to educating, connecting, and inspiring the Raleigh-Durham design community, one of the fastest growing in the nation.

 

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