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Wayfinding components set the tone with welcoming messages in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Learn how with Kate Keating.
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Great ideas don't happen by accident. Design thinking is a process guaranteed to provide useful ideas and innovative concepts.
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Learn how branded environments developed into a mature design process, survey brand environment techniques employed today, and review how brand environments are employed in healthcare, exhibitions, and other building types.
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Brandy Alvarado
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Yves Peitzner
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SEGD 2019 Wayfinding & Placemaking takes place August 1-2 in Philadelphia. Register today!
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Don't miss the SEGD Wayfinding & Placemaking Event in two weeks!
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Larry Speck - Connecting People - Design, Culture, and Place
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Austin Centric - Experiential Graphic Design and Beyond
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Herman Dyal - Perspective
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Jennifer Chenoweth - Change + Place
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Lisa Woods - Change + Place
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DJ Stout - Change + Place
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Jennifer Chenoweth, Lisa Woods, DJ Stout - Change + Place Dialogue
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Dan Rossborough - NEXPO Talks - Degrees of Freedom
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Greg Teffertiller - NEXPO Talks - Who Needs Another Sign System
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Mike Mccarthy - NEXPO Talks - How Fabricators Estimate
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Meriah Garrett & Erin Hauber - Business of Design
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Evan Voyles - Perspectives
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Paula Scher - Graphic Design Keynote
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Wayne McCutcheon, Kathy Fry, Al Ross, and Keith Helmetag - Firm Transitions
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2019 Wayfinding and Placemaking Agenda
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Jim Gilmore, Co-Founder of Strategic Horizons and co-author of The Experience Economy
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Federal Heath Installing Next-Gen Tech for World’s Biggest Video Screen
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Andy Van Solkema, VP of Digital Strategy and Experience at OPS, Inc.
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A playful installation of milk buckets with moveable storytelling components cements the connection between the Tillamook production cycle, commitment to quality, and the customer experience.
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The viewing gallery offers a look into the real-life cheesemaking process. Illustrations and bold graphics help visitors understand what each cheesemaker is doing in the workspace below.
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Visitors of all ages learn what life is like on a Tillamook farm by participating in interactive activities such as feeding a calf, identifying dairy breeds, or milking a cow.
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Farm-inspired materials and real-world tools help authenticate the “On the farm” experience with honest storytelling and hands-on exhibits.
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The exhibit bridge showcases six large-scale illuminated cases that serve to celebrate the important role of Tillamook’s dairy farmers and Creamery workers.
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Visitors are enticed to explore Tillamook ‘s 110-year timeline, showcasing 30-ft tall photos of farmers past and present, or follow the floating cheese sculpture to the second floor exhibits.
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A 30 ft tall Tillamook Jersey cow greets the 1.3 million guests that visit the Creamery every year.
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From farm to factory to you – the Tillamook Creamery Visitor’s Center brings the brand’s customer commitment to life with rich storytelling and interactive exhibits.
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The three dimensional logogram becomes the new symbol of the place, Chinese character "ping" together with a seesaw, consistent with balance in Chinese.
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The solution creates an overlay of signage and interactive experience which offer the space a visual continuity while activate overall space.
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80 meters long, 3 meters wide obsolete walking path is turned into a stylish pocket park and playground.
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The remained 6 flowerbeds have been replaced with new flowers and self managed by the local residents, schools and enterprises. This action creates long term community engagement for the place.
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Identification and graphic treatments were designed to serve as placemaking features.
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The logogram becomes the new symbol of the public space, “D” creates relax seating area.
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Rendering bird view of Shanghai Playscape.
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The placemaking solution associating the letters with playful facilities and a bright, colorful pavement, as well as the self managed community garden.
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