SEGD Student members gallery
Beau Murphy, Student Graphic Designer, University of Oklahoma
Beau Murphy
Chloe Alexander, Corcoran School of Art + Design
Chloe Alexander
Lauren Hall, Cornish College of the Arts
Lauren Hall
Alyssa Teague, Student Graphic Designer, University of Oklahoma
Alyssa Teague
Stephen Hight, Massey University
Stephen Hight
Chistian Montoro, Arizona State University
Christian Montoro
Alexa Williams, Cornish College of the Arts
Alexa Williams
Grace Tunkel, Academy of Art University
Grace Tunkel
Sarah Reitz, University of Washington
Sarah Reitz
Keven Smith
Keven Smith
Jim Parrillo
Jim Parrillo
Mari Kolkowsky
Rose Buoni
Rose Buoni
Yuxin Cheng
Huiwon Lim, Iowa State University
Huiwon Lim
Neil Shankar
Neil Shankar
ina Arigaw, California State University Long Beach
Lina Arigaw
Alyssa Teague, Student Graphic Designer, University of Oklahoma
Alyssa Teague
Steve Hamilton, SVA
Steve Hamilton
Gillian Brunning, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Gillian Brunning
Wonsil Jang, Iowa State University
Wonsil Jang
Kyle Andreas, George Washington University
Kyle Andreas
Jordan Kauffman, Kent State University
Jordan Kauffman
Ezz Osman
Eunjin Park
Eunjin Park
Thomas Le Bas
Thomas Le Bas
Norton Amato Jr.j
Norton Amato Jr.
Nicole Souza
Krystal Schumacher
Kaijie Chen, Philadelphia University
Kaijie Chen
Nastya Lobova
Nastya Lobova
Yash Kanitkar, Iowa State University
Yash Kanitkar
Beau Murphy, Student Graphic Designer, University of Oklahoma
Beau Murphy
Parc du Sergent Blandan
What Do You Need To Become An Experiential Graphic Designer?

There are very few courses in the USA that will prepare you to become a practicing Experiential Graphic Designer. Designers start in this field through various design routes such as Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Interactive Design. In fact, what makes this field so interesting is that to be good, you need to have the skills of all of these! read more about the great resources SEGD can offer you to get started. Read more...

Portfolio Review, SEGD 2015 Conference Experience Chicago
10 Tips for Students Looking for a Job

SEGD's student group has more than doubled this year. Thank you and welcome to all our new student members!

The Experiential Graphic Design profession is having a very busy year and growing strongly. This is good news for the jobs market. SEGD offers many ways for you to link to the profession and the profession to link to you, but a recent exchange with a student looking for a job suggested to us that many students aren't taking advantage of these connections. We can help with that! Read more...