Wayfinding Feature Articles

Lance Wyman's seminal 1968 Olympics Graphic Identity
1968 Mexico City Olympics
06/15/2021

Read Time: 10 minutes

Power of Intentions, Potion
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
05/19/2021

Read Time: 1 minute
SEGD strives to celebrate projects that inspire and improve the human experience, including those that reflect the narratives of traditionally underrepresented communities. The community members and projects outlined below amplify, celebrate and bring Asian American and Pacific Islander culture and history to the forefront in exemplary ways.

Yann Follain: Singapore Designer and New SEGD Member
Yann Follain: Singapore Designer and New SEGD Member
05/19/2021

Read time: 6 minutes
Although headquartered in the United States, SEGD is an international organization with over 1,500 members representing 35 different countries. To recognize and celebrate this diversity, SEGD is highlighting some of our new international members including Yann Follain of the design firm WY-TO. Originally from France, Yann currently makes his home in Singapore, where his clients include Singapore’s National Gallery. SEGD contributor, Franck Mercurio, interviews Yann to learn more about the Singapore design scene.

Freedom Rides Museum, photo credit Freedom Rides Museum
5 African American Museums and Cultural Centers
03/02/2021

Read Time: 11 minutes
Black History Month continues into March here at SEGD! In this article we explore five museums and cultural centers featuring different aspects of African American history—from slave ships to the civil rights movement, and from the Underground Railroad to free Black communities. Each of these organizations face their own unique challenges, especially in this time of pandemic. Read on to discover how designers can—and have—helped these institutions by designing experiences to engage visitors and generate greater public interest in the museum’s missions.

National Museum of African American Music
National Museum of African American Music
02/24/2021

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Two new museums, one overarching goal: to present the history and influence of African American music to audiences in fun and engaging ways. The National Museum of African American Music in Nashville paints a comprehensive picture of all different types of Black music.

Louis Armstrong Center, photo courtesy of C&G Partners
Louis Armstrong House Museum and Visitors Center
02/17/2021

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Two new museums, one overarching goal: to present the history and influence of African American music to audiences in fun and engaging ways. The Louis Armstrong House Museum and upcoming Visitors Center in New York provides a deeper dive into the life and art of one of America’s greatest musicians.

Planet Word: The World's First Voice Activated Museum Photo credit: Planet Word
Planet Word: The World's First Voice Activated Museum
12/08/2020

Read time: 5 minutes
The landmark Franklin School Building in Washington, DC, now houses Planet Word, the world’s first voice-activated museum celebrating the “the power, beauty, and fun of language." SEGD contributor Franck Mercurio recently spoke with Ann Friedman (founder and CEO), Nathan Adkisson (Local Projects), and Roger Brown (Solomon Group) to learn more about this exciting new destination.

2020 E+E How Soon is Now? Designing Change
E+E Highlights Reel - Looking for Inspiration? Watch Now!
11/18/2020

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This past August, SEGD presented How Soon Is Now? Designing Change, the first comprehensive, multi-day virtual event dedicated to exhibition and experience design.
Did you miss it? Not to worry! You can now relive SEGD’s Exhibition + Experience Month through newly accessible, online video sessions.

Zoya Museum Complex, exhibition design and construction by Lorem Ipsum
Zoya Museum Complex: Connecting Today’s Audiences to the Past’s Turbulent Times
10/21/2020

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2020 Exhibition and Experience Design Event Videos Avaliable Now!
2020 Exhibition and Experience Design Event Videos Available Now!
10/07/2020

Read Time: 2.5 Minutes
Missed out on some sessions of E+E? Fear no more, the videos are now on SEGD.org for viewing and purchasing!

Recap: “Inclusive Design in Practice at the Smithsonian”
Recap: “Inclusive Design in Practice at the Smithsonian”
10/07/2020

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SEGD recaps our most recent SEGDVoices session on Inclusive Design in Practice at the Smithsonian with Beth Ziebarth.

Healing Through Truth Telling: Society's Cage
Healing Through Truth Telling: Society's Cage
09/01/2020

Read Time: 12 minutes
Listen: 60 minutes

Conceptualized in the wake of the George Floyd and Breonna Taylor slayings, temporary installation "Society's Cage," serves to educate the public about systemic racial violence, fostering healing in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and the March on Washington in Support of Black Lives.

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum—Accessible Dreams
U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum—Accessible Dreams
08/05/2020

The highly anticipated and accessible U.S.

2020 SEGD Fellow Edwin Schlossberg—Dynamic Invitations
2020 SEGD Fellow Edwin Schlossberg—Dynamic Invitations
06/30/2020

Read Time: 19 minutes

Sustainability, Stats, Students—A Fantastic "Waste of Space"
Sustainability, Stats, Students—A Fantastic "Waste of Space"
06/10/2020

Read Time: 3 minutes

10 Projects that Build Connection in Communities
10 Projects that Build Connection in Communities
04/01/2020

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We’re all a part of communities—large, small, near, far and differently-abled—that intersect and interact in various ways. In pursuit of a more harmonious society, it seems imperative to encourage empathy, connection, and understanding, so we examine 10 projects that build connections of all kinds: between individuals one-on-one, close to home and across the world; both in the abstract and tangibly.

Take a Look at the Bright Side—15 Vibrant Projects
Take a Look at the Bright Side—15 Vibrant Projects
03/18/2020

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5 Years of Best of Show Awards Elevating EGD Practice
5 Years of Best of Show Awards Elevating EGD Practice
01/28/2020

Read Time: 7 minutes

A lot has happened in the last 33 years, but one thing remains the same: The SEGD Global Design Awards program is still a key indicator of how the practice of experiential graphic design is evolving by annually setting the bar for excellence in the field.

Exhibitions and Objects of Wellness—Part 3
Exhibitions and Objects of Wellness—Part 3
01/14/2020

Read Time: 19 minutes

Associate Professor Brenda Cowan of the department of Exhibition and Experience Design at SUNY/Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) shares her theory and framework for the connection among people, objects and mental health called “Psychotherapeutic Object Dynamics,” in the final installment of a three-part series for SEGD.org.

Museum Objects, Health and Healing
Museum Objects, Health and Healing
12/03/2019

Read Time: 13 minutes

Published in 2019 by Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, "Museum Objects, Health and Healing: The Relationship between Exhibitions and Wellness, 1st Edition" by authors Brenda Cowan, Ross Laird and Jason McKeown examines intersections of museum object and psychological studies and presents a new theory called Psychotherapeutic Object Dynamics.

Exhibitions and Objects of Wellness, Part 2
Exhibitions and Objects of Wellness—Part 2
11/13/2019

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Associate Professor Brenda Cowan of the department of Exhibition and Experience Design at SUNY/Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) shares her theory and framework for the connection among people, objects and mental health called “Psychotherapeutic Object Dynamics,” in part two of a three-part series for SEGD.org.

Exhibitions and Objects of Wellness—Part 1
Exhibitions and Objects of Wellness—Part 1
10/21/2019

Read Time: 11.5 minutes

Youthful Curiosity Becomes Art at de Youngsters Studio
Youthful Curiosity Becomes Art at de Youngsters Studio
10/02/2019

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2019 SEGD Global Design Awards Merit Award-winning project de Youngsters Studio came about through a collaboration between the de Young Museum and award-winning firms Fuseproject (San Francisco) and Tellart (Berkeley, Calif.).

Lighting the Way—The Statue of Liberty Museum
Lighting the Way—the Statue of Liberty Museum
09/10/2019

Read Time: 7 minutes

Part of a $100 million renewal effort by The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, the new museum and exhibits were brought to life by a team led by FXCollaborative, ESI Design (New York) and Float4 (Montreal).

20 Questions with NEXT/NOW—Digital Experiences for Retail, Museums
20 Questions with NEXT/NOW—Digital Experiences for Retail, Museums
09/03/2019

Read Time: 12.5 minutes

Award-winning creative technology agency NEXT/NOW (Chicago) answers questions about hardware, engagement, strategy and more, comparing and contrasting work for retail and museum verticals.

Penguin Chill at the ABQ BioPark
Something Cool in the ABQ
08/27/2019

Read Time: 8 minutes

Penguin Chill at the ABQ BioPark is a new, groundbreaking, immersive exhibit designed by Ideum (Corrales, N.M.), that whisks visitors onto a sub-Antarctic research expedition.

Bluecadet River Alive
Learning Through Making—Bluecadet and River Alive!
07/30/2019

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Bluecadet (Philadelphia) used the power of prototyping to lead the creation of a suite of digital experiences that support educational goals established by partners Habithèque and the Independence Seaport Museum for “River Alive!”

Design Semester—FIT Graduate Exhibition & Experience Design at AMNH
Design Semester—FIT Graduate Exhibition & Experience Design at AMNH
07/09/2019

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Exhibition Espionage—G&A at the All New International Spy Museum (image: visitors interact with game experience)
Exhibition Espionage—G&A at the All New International Spy Museum
05/28/2019

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The original International Spy Museum opened in 2002, with the help of exhibition design firm Gallagher & Associates (Silver Spring, Md.) who, once again, were brought on to shed light on the shadowy world of spycraft—this time in a new location.

All Paws on Deck for Dogs! at LA's California Science Center (image: girl uses interactive exhibit)
All Paws on Deck for Dogs! at LA's California Science Center
05/07/2019

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Unified Field (New York), Evidence Design (Brooklyn) and the California Science Center (Los Angeles) collaborated with a few furry friends to create a new media-rich traveling exhibition called “Dogs! A Science Tail.”

Doggone Good! Gensler Redesigns AKC's MoD
Doggone Good! Gensler Redesigns AKC's MoD
03/29/2019

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Gensler (New York) was called upon to create a new museum and workspace in Manhattan that captures the essence of the American Kennel Club: recognized and trusted expert in dog breed, health and training.

Building Tall—G&A at the Chicago Architecture Center
Building Tall—G&A at the Chicago Architecture Center
02/13/2019

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Gallagher & Associates (Washington) worked closely with the Chicago Architecture Center to develop thought-provoking exhibitions that help the public discover Chicago’s unique cityscape and international architectural legacy.

Positively Presidential—Exhibitions that Honor Our Highest Office
Positively Presidential—Exhibitions that Honor Our Highest Office
02/06/2019

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President's Day is around the corner—what better way to celebrate the United States' highest office than to virtually visit several of the 14 presidential libraries, museums or centers that span from Herbert Hoover to Barack Obama?

Dimensional Innovations Build-in Interaction at Vikings Museum
Dimensional Innovations Build in Interaction at Vikings Museum
01/14/2019

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Thoughtful, Sustainable and Community-focused—Studio Matthews for Design with the 90%
Thoughtful, Sustainable and Community-focused—Studio Matthews for Design with the 90%
01/09/2019

Read Time: 7.5 minutes

The third exhibition in the newly launched rotating exhibit space at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center (Seattle), “Design with the 90%,” was a collaboration between the Discovery Center, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (New York) and award-winning local design firm Studio Matthews.

Building a Blaze—Museum at Prairiefire
Building a Blaze—Museum at Prairiefire
12/18/2018

Read Time: 9 minutes

There remains a burning desire to know more about the Verner Johnson-designed Museum at Prairiefire (Overland, Kan.)—an example of how architecture and experiential graphics can be as one—and its permanent exhibits, designed and fabricated by Dimensional Innovations.

Inside Joke—AI at the National Comedy Center
Inside Joke—AI at the National Comedy Center
11/06/2018

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Interact with Sharks! At the New York Aquarium
Interact with Sharks! At the New York Aquarium
09/28/2018

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Honoring 50 Years of UW’s Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
Honoring 50 Years of UW’s Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
08/09/2018

Read Time: 7 minutes
The exhibition was a joint project between Kristine Matthews’ Exhibition Design class at the University of Washington and her professional design studio, Studio Matthews (Seattle).

Unlimited Possibilities: Innovating with Best Practices for Digital Experiences with Alin Tocmacov
Unlimited Possibilities: Innovating with Best Practices for Digital Experiences with Alin Tocmacov
08/06/2018

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We spoke with Alin Tocmacov about his work at C&G Partners, how he got started in exhibition and experience design, his anticipations for the 2018 SEGD E&E event and his take on the future of technology in exhibits.

Your 2018 Guide to Exhibition & Experience Design Tours
Your Guide to 2018 Exhibition & Experience Design Tours
07/30/2018

Read up on the exclusive tours offered at the 2018 Exhibition & Experience Design event in D.C. August 23-24!

New Methodologies in Exhibition Design: Startup Practice Perspectives with Emily Conrad
Startup Practice Perspectives with Emily Conrad
07/24/2018

This week we chatted with Emily Conrad of Tessellate Studio about her work at Tessellate, her inspirations, her all-time favorite projects and her 2018 SEGD E&E session.

10 Reasons to Experience D.C. with SEGD at E&E
10 Reasons to Experience D.C. with SEGD at E&E
07/17/2018

Here are 10 good reasons to join your design community August 23-24 in Washington, D.C. for the 2018 SEGD Exhibition & Experience Design event.

The Senses: Design Beyond Vision
The Senses—Design Beyond Vision Both a Feat and a Feast
05/26/2018

Curators Ellen Lupton and Andrea Lipps from the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum (New York) enlisted the help of Studio Joseph to create an exhibition that goes beyond the visual to deliver a uniquely accessible sensorial feast.

Understory at Amazon Spheres
Sprouting Subtext—Understory at Amazon Spheres
04/16/2018

Seattle has gained a dramatic new example of iconic architecture in Amazon’s “Spheres.” The new cluster of buildings houses 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.

Scent—The Next Narrative?
Scent—The Next Narrative?
04/04/2018

We spend a lot of time thinking about what the future of designing experiences might look like, but what will the future smell like?

Junípero Serra Museum Welcome Center
The River Runs Through it—Junipero Serra Museum Welcome Center
01/05/2018

C&G Partners (New York) recently completed a special project for the San Diego History Center: the Junípero Serra Welcome Center. Completed with funding from the San Diego River Conservancy and State Coastal Conservancy, the Junípero Serra Welcome Center features the river as protagonist.

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12 Influential Immersive Environments Implemented in the Last 12 Months
11/15/2017

We asked a panel of immersive digital design experts within the SEGD community for their choices of the most influential immersive environment design.

Hitting the Road—How “Numbers in Nature” Became a Traveling Exhibit
Hitting the Road—How “Numbers in Nature” Became a Traveling Exhibit
10/10/2017

The original “Numbers in Nature” exhibit opened in Autumn 2014 to acclaim for its entertaining, innovative and interactive approach to introducing mathematical concepts. In 2017, the design teams recreated the exhibit for life on the road.

Microsoft Hololens in Use at the LBJ Presidential Library
Experimenting with Microsoft Mixed Reality in Museums
10/03/2017

We recently caught up with Jim Cortina, principal and development manager at Cortina Productions to talk about the firm’s experimentation with mixed reality and museums during SXSW 2017 and what that might mean for their future.

Mapping the Stolen Heart of Berlin
Mapping the Stolen Heart of Berlin
08/29/2017

In an exhibition for the Leo Baeck Institute in New York, C&G Partners translated and reimagined “Geraubte Mitte,” telling the tragic tale of stolen property under the Nazi regime in the heart of Berlin through the use of projection mapping.

Exhibitionism, The Rolling Stones Exhibit
It's Only Rock 'N Roll—Exhibitionism—the Exhibition
08/22/2017

The Rolling Stones, one of the most iconic and influential musical acts of the last five decades, are the subject of the lauded traveling exhibition entitled “Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones,” designed by Pentagram.

9/11 Tribute Museum Exhibition
An Emotional Journey—The New 9/11 Tribute Museum
07/28/2017

The new 9/11 Tribute Museum—with exhibits designed by Lee H Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership with Unified Field—invites visitors to gain an understanding of the powerful personal experiences of the 9/11 community, whose resilience, recovery and motivation to give back to society is a testament to the perseverance of the human spirit.

2017 Merit Award Winner Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center Media Façade
Brilliant Media Façade a Beacon for the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center
07/10/2017

This 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards Merit Award winning project, Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center Media Façade, brings the Center's buildings to vibrant life in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Neurosociety with David Byrne and Unified Field
Experience Interactive Experiments with David Byrne in NEUROSOCIETY
03/22/2017

A rockstar and a technologist join forces with 4 cognitive research labs, TODOMUNDO!, Pace Gallery and experiential design firm Unified Field bring experiments to life in a 60-minute interactive performance experience called The Institute Presents: NEUROSOCIETY.

U505
U-505 Dive Trainer Interactive at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
10/04/2016

A German U-boat on exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago has thrilled generations of visitors with its massive scale and epic story of wartime capture. Now, a new interactive is helping visitors explore part of that story at the U-505 Dive Trainer experience.

Campaign of Courage Hero Image
Experiencing Courage—Unified Field's WWII Museum Interactives
09/20/2016

The National World War II Museum in New Orleans, designed by Gallagher & Associates, was recently ranked #4 in TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Awards. Unified Field (New York City) collaborated with G&A to create the interactive experiences within the Campaigns of Courage Pavilion.

Photo of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Designing Interactive Experiences at the Museum for Human Rights
08/31/2016

Gagarin created three entirely new exhibits for an entirely new kind of museum. Accessibility, interactivity and engagement—in ways not addressed previously—captured the respect of the 2016 SEGD Global Design Awards jury, who honored the project with not only a 2016 Merit Award but also the 2016 Sylvia Harris Award.

Howard Revis' Lincoln's Cottage Exhibition Examines Immigration
08/08/2016

American by Belief is Howard Revis Design’s latest special exhibition at President Lincoln's Cottage. Deceptively simple as a design concept, the exhibition reaches the heart and soul of what immigration means to people.

Extending the Museum-Visitor Experience
07/26/2016

In today's world where people have abundant means of acquiring information, museums are stepping up their efforts to display content and artifacts in ways that amaze and engage their visitors so that they understand more, stay longer, come back more often, and recommend the experience to friends.

Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty Exhibition at the V&A
The 20 Most Influential Exhibit Designs this Century
07/13/2016

We wouldn't dare pretend that this is a definitive list, but it is a list of the projects that the top exhibit designers see as influential and important projects that have helped to push the area of exhibition design forward. The breadth of projects that were submitted was amazing.

Congratulations to Design Studio H2E!
Design Studio H2E Wins 2016 Best of Show, Honor Awards
06/28/2016

A remarkable exhibition at the Art Academy of Latvia won SEGD's 2016 Global Design Awards Best of Show for its exploration of diverse facets of graphic design. A broad team from the Latvian firm Design Studio H2E, led by Creative Director Holgers Elers and Designer Inguna Elere, created INFORMATION, an exhibition that focused on the products, services and processes of graphic design in Latvia.

Photo of Refik Anadol's Infinity Room
Experience VR Design with Refik Anadol at Xplorer, July 14
06/11/2016

Infinity Room (above) is representative of media artist Refik Anadol's immersive installation approach in virtual reality, exploring the space among digital and physical

Writers Theatre, Glencoe., Ill.
Writers Theatre Rewrites the Theater Experience
04/20/2016

Since it started in the back room of a bookstore in 1992, the hallmark of Chicago’s Writers Theatre has always been intimacy. That feeling is retained in WT's new permanent home in Glencoe, Illinois. The 36,000-sq.-ft. facility, designed by Studio Gang Architects, offers an open, welcoming space that galvanizes the potential of theater to unite people through shared experience. Signage and graphics by Thirst support the architecture and celebrate Writers’ unique history and spirit.

Meet Electric Coffin at 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle!
Meet Electric Coffin at the 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle
04/13/2016

Patrick “Duffy” De Armas and his partners at Electric Coffin are in the business of bringing fine-art sensibilities to commercial spaces, and they’re unapologetic about their improvisational process and their point of view. If that display of a 1960s ski chalet turns left and becomes a pink bakery, so be it. We spoke with Duffy about his Seattle studio’s process and purpose, and we got project photos you’ll love. De Armas will be a featured speaker at the 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle!

AIA New Practices Exhibition by Pentagram (Natasha Jen)
A Black-Tape Affair: Pentagram's Big Idea for AIA Exhibition
01/05/2016

Whether the budget is big or small (or practically non-existent), it’s always about the idea. Pentagram Partner Natasha Jen and her team had almost no budget to create a high-impact exhibition for AIA New York’s New Practices competition, but they managed it anyway—with black vinyl tape and IKEA picture frames. They even created a custom tape typeface (yes, really).

Michael Bierut Master Series at SVA New York
Michael Bierut, Master Series Exhibit at SVA Gallery
11/04/2015

HOW TO fit 35 years worth of award-winning, laugh-making, product-selling, world-changing graphic design into 4,000 square feet? That was the latest design challenge for Pentagram partner Michael Bierut, whose work is the focus of a retrospective at the School of Visual Arts (New York) through November 7.

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
(Bourbon) Experience Design on Louisville’s Whiskey Row
10/07/2015

Bourbon has been a part of Louisville, Kentucky’s, heritage since Evan Williams first marketed his whiskey there in 1780. Today, the Urban Bourbon Trail and the revival of Whiskey Row are pouring new life and many, many tourist dollars into the city. The new Evan Williams Bourbon Experience (designed by Solid Light) is the latest destination on the trail

Light Bearers Exhibit at Montreal Insectarium
Montreal Exhibit Flashes with Immersive Interaction
09/22/2015

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Learning to See at Denver Botanic Garden
Denver Learns to See Nature with Digital and Interactive Experiences
09/15/2015

If you live in Denver, it’s hard not to feel inspired by the dramatic natural backdrop (Rocky Mountain High, anyone?). But the Denver Botanic Gardens, which opened its new Science Pyramid last fall, wants to make sure visitors not only appreciate the wonders of nature around them, but understand they are an important part of it, interconnected and invested.

Digital pen at Cooper Hewitt
Redesigning the Museum Experience at Cooper Hewitt
09/08/2015

With the stroke of a super-powered digital pen, the Cooper Hewitt reinvents itself and the very way that visitors experience a museum.

Native American Voices at Penn Museum
Interactive Media and Digital Storytelling at the Penn Museum
09/02/2015

When the Penn Museum launched its long-term exhibition Native American Voices: The People—Here and Now, its goal was to challenge some common misconceptions by showing how today’s Native American leaders are creating political, religious, linguistic, and artistic independence. A suite of interactives by Bluecadet (Philadelphia) helps tell those stories.

Numbers in Nature exhibit at MSI Chicago
Mad for Math
04/22/2015

The Museum of Science and Industry Chicago uses digital technology and nature’s own graphic language to teach visitors about math.

When the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago conceived its latest permanent exhibit, the design brief was concise and non-negotiable: Create an artful and immersive way for visitors to explore the beauty of mathematical patterns found in nature. And make it cool.

Clearview
Top 20 Wayfinding Designs since 2000
03/30/2015

Scroll through the slideshow above to see the top 20 wayfinding moments of the 21st century.

It’s the ultimate unsung hero of public spaces: when it works, you never know it’s there. Wayfinding may not always be considered sexy, but it has evolved into a highly integrated, user-focused, and increasingly technology-driven discipline with huge social and economic implications for cities, hospitals, and other public spaces. Here is a list of the top 20 wayfinding moments of the 21st century—members log-in and make your suggestions!

Nature Lab Exhibit
Nature Lab at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
02/18/2015

Nature Lab, a new exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, uses media and lively graphics to invite visitors to “put their nature eyes on.” Gallagher & Associates and KBDA collabor

A Beautiful Way to Go exhibit
2015 SEGD Global Design Awards: A Beautiful Way to Go
01/28/2015

A Beautiful Way to Go

Against the Odds Exhibition
Against the Odds Exhibition
12/16/2014

Answering the Call

Delta Flight Museum
Delta Air Lines Flight Museum Exhibit
11/04/2014

Delta’s Dawn

A new museum celebrates Delta’s journey from crop-dusting company to one of the world’s largest commercial air carriers.

Traci Sym & Daniel Meyer, Second Story
Xlab 2014: Traci Sym & Daniel Meyers: The Future of User Experiences is This Way
10/22/2014

Daniel Meyers is a creative director and architect. Traci Sym is an experience design director and performer.

Starlight Sculpture at Museum of the City of New York
Museum of the City of New York Rebranding
09/08/2014

Star Bright

As part of a major renovation, the venerable Museum of the City of New Yorks gets fresh new public spaces, including a dazzling icon for a new age. The Museum of the City of New York is undergoing a decade-long, multi-phase renovation of its historic East Harlem building.

Victoria Revealed Exhibition
Victoria Revealed Exhibition
08/13/2014

Victoria Revealed

In a new exhibition at Kensington Palace, OPERA Amsterdam paints a compelling picture of Queen Victoria, literally in her own words.

SEGD Exhibition & Experience Design Workshop
Design Disciplines Collide at SEGD's Exhibition & Experience Design Workshop
07/09/2014

August 21-22 in Washington, D.C.

Boy Scouts Sustainability Treehouse
Boy Scouts Sustainability Treehouse
05/28/2014

A Scout’s Treehouse

Digital Technology: Ambient Interactivity
04/08/2014

Out of the Box. With ambient interactivity, user engagement (and design) is escaping the screen.

Coca Cola Museum
Atlanta Converging
03/05/2014

From its roots as a railroad terminus to its current status as a poster city for urban redevelopment, Atlanta has always been shaped by social, cultural, and historical convergence.

Lance Wyman's seminal 1968 Olympics Graphic Identity
1968 Mexico City Olympics
02/18/2014

Summer of ‘68

Almost a half-century later, Lance Wyman’s graphics program for the 1968 Mexico City Olympic games is still considered Gold medal-worthy.

40 Great Moments in Environmental Graphic Design
01/11/2014

40 Great Moments in EGD

From the Paris Metro to wayfinding apps, EGD continues to do what it has always done: connect people to place.

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Digital Arts Wall
01/10/2014

Artfully Sustainable

California Academy of Sciences Environmental Graphics and Branding
01/10/2014

Museum as Metaphor

San Francisco International Airport Terminal 2, Environmental Graphics and Wayfinding
01/10/2014

Above and Beyond

A sleek new San Francisco International Airport terminal exceeds LEED goals and engages passengers in the joys of sustainable travel.   

Natural History Museum of Utah Environmental Graphics and Exhibits
01/08/2014

Of the Earth

The new Natural History Museum of Utah uses organic forms, materials, and a sympathetic environmental graphics program to fill its role as “the trailhead to Utah.”

Patrick Gallagher, SEGD Fellow
01/06/2014

His Way

Patrick Gallagher has followed his own road to success—and along the way, he’s led the design of some of the world’s most memorable museum experiences.

There’s no formal path to a career in museum planning and exhibition design, so Patrick Gallagher has blazed his own.

Bookshelf Exhibit and Donor Recognition
01/06/2014

By the Book

PenguinCube’s donor wall for a non-profit art school shows that big ideas can be better than big budgets.

100 Years Exhibition
Celebrating 100 Years Exhibition
01/06/2014

100 Years Young

Pentagram’s exhibition for The New York Public Library celebrates a special birthday for the landmark building it calls home.

Reflex Exhibition and Graphics
01/06/2014

Reflex

P-06 creates a reflective exhibition celebrating the centennial of the Portuguese Constitution of 1911.

Photograph of the exterior of the Eames Words Exhibition
Eames Words Exhibition Graphics
01/05/2014

Eames Words

Deborah Sussman and Andrew Byrom celebrate Charles and Ray Eames’ love of the commonplace in an intimate exhibition at the A+D Museum Los Angeles.

Photograph of the Ajax Football Experience Amsterdam
The Ajax Experience Exhibitions
01/05/2014

All Hail Ajax

The Ajax Experience museum in Amsterdam scores a giant goal: sculpting architecture, graphics, and experience to tell the story of the legendary soccer club.

Pavilion of Knowledge Graphic Skin
01/03/2014

Universal Code

P-06 Atelier creates a shimmery acoustical skin for a new multiuse foyer at Lisbon’s Pavilion of Knowledge.

MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts Wayfinding and Environmental Graphics
01/03/2014

Minimalism at MAXXI

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles Environmental Graphics, Branding, and Signage
01/02/2014

Ready for Prime Time

A new brand and wayfinding signage bring clarity, scale, and drama to a venerable Los Angeles icon.

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