Kelsey Kawaguchi is a Design Intern at the Oakland Museum of California.
Kelsey Kawaguchi
Alissa Cook
Alissa Cook
Staci Miller, Bellevue, Washington
Staci Miller
Frances Gottsch is a student at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK
Frances Gottsch
Damnielle Grimes, University of Cincinnati
Danielle Grimes
Kaijie Chen, Philadelphia University
Kaijie Chen
Jaclyn "Jackie" Capone is a Graduate Student at Fashion Institute of Technology  (FIT) in New York
Jackie Capone
Kehinde Osho
Kehinde Osho
Madison Smith
Madison Smith
Nicole Ansbacher is a Graduate Student at FIT, the Fashion Institute for Technology in New York
Nicole Ansbacher
Savannah Sears
Savannah Sears
Christine Lee Won is a recent graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology and a 3D Creative Intern at Sparks in New York.
Christine Lee Won
Mariel Lustig
Mariel Lustig
HanHyeol Oh
HanGyeol Oh
Huang Shengyu
Shengyu Huang
Jordan Kauffman, Kent State University
Jordan Kauffman
Sylvia Mattingly
Sylvia Mattingly
Nastya Lobova
Nastya Lobova
Michelle Pleitez is a Student at the University of Oklahoma.
Michelle Pleitez
Elizabeth Bisenga
Elizabeth Bisenga
Dusty Hawkins is a Visual Communications Student at the University of Oklahoma.
Dusty Hawkins
Alex Ackerman is a Graphic Design Student at the University of Oklahoma.
Alex Ackerman
Jun Xie
Jun Xie
Analise Mehmet
Analise Mehmet
Karen Polensky, Museum Exhibit Graphic Designer at The PRD Group, Pittsburgh
Karen Polesky
Andrea Cassar
Andrea Cassar
Ashley Mihalick
Ashley Mihalick
Lynnea Strait
Lynnae Strait
Rebecca Schaefer
Rebecca Schaefer
Hillary Rochon is a Student at the Corcoran School of Art at the George Washington University in Washington, DC
Hillary Rochon
DaYeon Lee is an Exhibition and Experience Designer in New York City.
DaYeon Lee
Chang Lee
Chang Lee
Tereza Kervin is a Graduate Student at FIT The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York
Tereza Kervin
Abigail-Sarver-Verhey
Abigail Sarver-Verhey
Stephen Hight, Massey University
Stephen Hight
Huiwon Lim
Huiwon Lim
Grace Tunkel, Academy of Art University
Grace Tunkel
Yunwen Zhu is a Student at the Corcoran School of Art and Design at the George Washington University in Washington, DC
Yunwen Zhu
Audrey Eyman is a Student of Graphic Design at the University of Cincinnati and a Graphic Design Co-op at Hunt Design in Los Angeles.
Audrey Eyman
Mathilde Lacroix
Mathilde Lacroix
Bret Yourstone
Bret Yourstone
Tina Columbus
Tina Columbus
Joe Blair, Sasaki Associates
Joe Blair
Jason Medrano
Jason Medrano
Gillian Brunning, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Gillian Brunning
Cassidy Kelley is a Graphic Designer and Student at the University of Oklahoma.
Cassidy Kelley
Alyssa Teague, Student Graphic Designer, University of Oklahoma
Alyssa Teague
Chuan-Wei Ting, Fashion Institute of Technology
Chuan-Wei Ting
Stephanie Ma
Stephanie Ma
Cheyne Potter, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Cheyne Potter
Erin Delahunty is a student at North Carolina State University
Erin Delahunty
Alyssa Teague, Student Graphic Designer, University of Oklahoma
Alyssa Teague
Shivangi Singh is a Freelance Designer in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Shivangi Singh
Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor
Tolga Tekin
Tolga Tekin
Heeji Min, Student at the Fashion Institute of Technology
Heeji Min
Tracy Llewellyn, Student at the Fashion Institute of Technology
Tracy Llewellyn
Emily Gold, Student at Drexel University
Emily Gold
Kelly Bailey
Kelly Bailey
Taj Cutting
Taj Cutting
Alexandria Rupert is a Graduate Student at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York
Alexandria Rupert
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...

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...

University of Oklahoma Students at Xlab
Meeting the Future—Students at Xlab

Being an SEGD student member is a pretty sweet deal, especially when Xlab rolls around. The location (New York!) and the price (Free!) are unbeatable, but that's just the beginning.

 Mvix | The Future Leaders in Design Scholarships
Mvix Announces The Future Leaders in Visual Communication Scholarship

Mvix, a digital signage company, is offering The Future Leaders in Visual Communication Scholarship to college students pursuing a career in the art and design industry. The annual scholarship awards $1,000 to U.S. undergraduates majoring in Fine Arts, Graphic Design or a related field of study.

Donors

Many student memberships are made possible by the generous donations of our SEGD donors.

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Results from the students of the Communication Design program at the University of Technology Sydney collaboration with the Sydney Living Museum
University of Technology Sydney - Living Museums

SEGD educator member Sarah Jane Jones has been working with her students in the Communication Design course at the University of Sydney on a project with the Sydney Living Museums.

Congratulations to Margo Malter, the winner of the 2018 SEGD Student Scholarship award!
Meet Margo Malter, SEGD Student Scholarship Winner

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Congratulations to Margo Malter, the winner of the 2018 SEGD Student Scholarship!

Students—Why You Should Have a LinkedIn Account
Students—Why You Should Have a LinkedIn Account

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As any sort of designer, you have a main set of promotional materials: your logo, business cards, printed portfolio and in most cases, a website. That’s all you expect to need to be successful coming out of school—but what about searching for jobs, or building your professional network? Where does one even start?