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Darlene van Uden, Infinite Scale
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Barton Strawn, Infinite Scale
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Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Natural History Museum of Utah
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Salt Lake City Public Library
Wild Birds of the American Wetlands, Utah Museum of Natural History, UMNH Exhibits Department
Wild Birds of the American Wetlands
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Salt Lake Olympics


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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Timeless Communications
VCBO Architecture


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Salt Lake City, UT Blog

(Not So) Hidden Mid-Block Walking Tour with Molly Robinson

Please join SEGD SLC on Monday, September 17th for a walking tour exploring Salt Lake's mid-block passages and activations. Our walk will be led by Molly Robinson, Planning Manager with Salt Lake City's Planning Division, who has been involved in the conception and execution of many of the City's efforts to break down our notoriously large blocks into smaller, lively, and densely packed urban experiences like the recent revitalization of Regent Street and Plum Alley.

We will start our tour at Exchange Place & Main Street, outside of Maxwell's. From there, Molly will lead us on a route that explains the challenges of our large block size, and the importance of our midblocks.

Click here to RSVP. We hope you can join us!

For a little more background on why the City’s blocks are so large, listen to 99% Invisible's episode, "Plat of Zion."

Join SEGD SLC and Infinite Scale in touring the Jon M. and Karen Huntsman Basketball Facility at the University of Utah. 

The state-of-the-art, $36 million, 101,000-square-foot structure, opened northeast of the Huntsman Center arena on Oct. 1, 2015. The four-story building features a legacy hall, separate glass-enclosed upper levels for both the men’s and women’s programs, and a rooftop terrace.

Infinite Scale worked collaboratively with the coaches of both teams to develop a sophisticated and restrained branding program that integrated seamlessly into the designs of the architect, Populous, and interior designer, Elliot Workgroup.

This is a tour you certainly will not want to miss. Space is limited, so please RSVP in advance, we will be checking tickets at the door.

SEGD toured Ban Supply Co in Salt Lake City Utah

Ban Supply Co, Salt Lake City, Utah

Bree and Nate, the owners and operators of Ban Supply Co, hosted SEGD SLC along with other community members to their Shop Thursday, May 18th. They toured the group through their facility, and spoke to their process while other attendees took the opportunity to mix and mingle over beers generously provided by Uinta Brewing

Having seen some of Ban Supply's work around Salt Lake City before the event, we assumed they must involved a CNC machine to achieve the fine details in their products. When we arrived last night, there was no CNC machine, only Bree and her three hand routers. The Ban Supply Co process connects to many elements of SEGD, drawing on Nate's architectural drafting background and merging it with graphic design, hand lettering, hand routing, and hand painting. 

Ban Supply also invited friends and colleagues to their shop, drawing a crowd beyond the SEGD community. We appreciated the opportunity to introduce the organization to some friendly faces we may not have met otherwise. We hope to see you all at our next event. 

Thank you, Bree and Nate - it was an awesome evening. Looking forward to seeing more of your work around the valley. 


Ban Supply Co says their goal is to provide a genuine artist + client collaboration to conceive an idea which develops into a well-crafted heirloom for you, your family or your business. They are based in Salt Lake City and have worked with the likes of Snowbird ski resort, Subaru, Uinta Brewing and Dannon. 

Join us for a tour of Ban Supply Co, a local shop that makes one of a kind wood signs. They work hand in hand with their client or artist to design and develop the perfect heirloom piece that will last for years. 

Afterwards, we will be heading to Tinwell for a drink!

About Ban Supply

Ban Supply is a local shop that makes one of a kind wood signs. They work hand in hand with their client or artist to design and develop the perfect heirloom piece that will last for years. 

Ban Supply is operated by Bree and Nate, who hand carve and paint each of their unique pieces. You may have seen some of their items in Porcupine Pub or at one of the many ski resorts in the area.

Who is SEGD?

SEGD - The Society for Experiential Graphic Design

We are a not-profit professional association.

We are the global, multidisciplinary community of professionals who plan, design, and build experiences that connect people to place.

We are graphic, information, media, interaction, exhibition and industrial designers, fabricators, architects, technology integrators, brand strategists, students, wayfinding specialists, teachers, and others who have a hand in shaping content-rich, experiential spaces.

We are a community of over 2,150 members from 35 countries who gather locally in 34 local chapters and internationally at the annual SEGD Conference and 6 other education events.


SEGD SLC 2018 Winter Welcome

Members of the SEGD SLC chapter met at a local distillery called Waterpocket for the 2018 Winter Welcome. Local distiller Alan Scott took the group on a tour of the distillery, sharing the history of fine spirts, the quirks of being a distillery in Utah and other stories from the company’s first year in business.

Members were offered an optional tasting and were invited to ask questions about some of the unique liqueurs and spirits Waterpocket offers. During the social and tasting, SLC Chapter Chairs introduced some of the upcoming SEGD programming and invited the group for their feedback.

Thank you, Alan, for hosting us at your distillery and sharing your wealth of knowledge – we look forward to seeing you and your product around Salt Lake City!

Missed the event? Learn more here: Waterpocket


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