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The Best Content of 2018
The Best Content of 2018

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Well that went by fast!

And, it's has once again been a record-breaking year for SEGD, as the association has grown to over 2,300 members and SEGD.org page views have swelled to over three million.

Delmore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute
Delmore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute
Workplace Wayfinding that Wows
Workplace Wayfinding that Wows—5 Years, 10 Companies

Thoughts and Opinions

Match Headquarters, Dallas (Photo: Thomas McConnell)
The Rise of EGD

Experiential Graphic Design is an increasingly dynamic facet of IA’s practice, and one that reached a tipping point last year. “Clients are really starting to appreciate and understand what EGD brings to the table and requesting the service upfront, especially as the experiential side of design also becomes more valued,” says firm Co-CEO Tom Powers.

Acoustic Design: an Esoteric Art?
Acoustic Design: an Esoteric Art?

Explore SEGD Award Winners

111 Java Corners
111 Java Corners
Ferrier Hodgson Signage & Wayfinding
Ferrier Hodgson Signage & Wayfinding
222 Java Corners
222 Java Corners
LinkedIn Mountain View
LinkedIn Mountain View

SEGD Talks - Workplace videos

Jeffrey Dumo + Hoa Tong: Connecting Customers
Graham Hanson - Be at Work

Workplace EGD Firms

Workplace News

Ware Malcomb Announces Move to Larger Oak Brook Office
Ware Malcomb Announces Move to Larger Oak Brook Office

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Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, recently announced the company has moved into a new, larger office location at 1315 22nd Street, Suite 410 in Oak Brook, Ill. This office move accommodates the growth of the firm’s employee and client base in the Chicago and Midwest market.

Redesign and New Art Program for Black Falcon Pier
Redesign and New Art Program for Black Falcon Pier

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The Davis Companies, a Boston-based real estate investment, development and management company, recently unveiled the redesign of 88 Black Falcon Pier, along with the launch of an on-site interior and exterior art program celebrating the industrial and maritime roots of both the building and the Seaport District called, “The Art of Making It.”