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Michael Gallagher
Michael Gallagher
Darlene van Uden, Infinite Scale
Darlene van Uden
Barton Strawn, Infinite Scale
Barton Strawn
Holly Nichols, Project Manager, Infinite Scale, Salt Lake City
Holly Nichols
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SEGD Award Winning Projects

Salt Lake City Public Library, Pentagram
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
Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Natural History Museum of Utah
Salt Lake Olympics, Salt Lake Organizing Committee, Look of the Games
Salt Lake Olympics


SLC Facebook
SLC Twitter
SLC Instagram


American Trade Magazines
FFKR Architects
GSBS Architects
Infinite Scale
Interpretive Graphics
Jacoby Reese Design
Open Fire Design
Pathway Associates
Rapt Studio
Rio Tinto
Salt Lake Chamber
Salt Lake City Arts Council
Salt Lake Olympic Committee
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Timeless Communications
VCBO Architecture


Ferrari Color
Fusion Imaging
Insight Exhibits
ITNH, Inc.
ProGrafix International, Inc.
Quality Systems Technology (Quest)
Thomas & Sons LLC
Vision Graphics

Design Schools

Brigham Young University
Salt Lake Community College
University of Utah
Utah Valley University
Weber State University
Westminster College


Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum
Natural History Museum of Utah
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA)


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Salt Lake City, UT Blog

3D Printing Station

Wednesday, May 9th - 


SEGD SLC organized a tour of the SLC Creative Lab, a free resource within the SLC Library. Attendees were shown the various capabilities of the lab rending from 3D Printers, Sound Booths, Video and Photography Studios as well as looters, enamel pin makers, and 3D Scanners. 

While the tour was short - only an hour, it served as an education experience for designers in Salt Lake + got the gears turning for future projects. 

On April 27th, SEGD will be attending the annual AIGA Student Portfolio Review, held at Adobe's HQ in Lehi, Utah. We will be meeting individually to review student work, offer critique and meet with the next generation of upcoming Utah Designers! 



The Salt Lake City Library has an amazing, free, resource that most people don't even know about. The Creative Lab is filled with tools to help you make your next project, and best of's totally free to use once you've done the training.

SEGD SLC invites you to join us for this training. You will get a look at all of the capabilities of the lab, including 3D printing! Space is very limited, so sign up early!

Read more about the Creative Lab on the SLC Library website here.



On March 8th, we were invited to introduce a multidisciplinary design glass to the world of EGD. 

The class was an introductory class focusing on design process + general studies. We used case studies of work done by local Studio, INFINITE SCALE, to review their process + talk about how a more generalized design process applied to some of the biggest permanent projects and event work done in North America. 

We also took the opportunity to Introduce SEGD to Students to raise local awareness, talk about some of our initiatives and invite them to the conference. 

(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."


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