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Design Diary: Colorado State Capitol Wayfinding
Design Diary: Colorado State Capitol Wayfinding

Read Time: 15 minutes

ArtHouse Design (Denver, Colo.) shares their Phase 1 timeline from the Colorado State Capitol wayfinding system project, which took cues from the building’s architectural features and storied past.

By ArtHouse Design’s Associate Design Director, Zach Kotel

Making Artful Transitions at YW Hub Calgary
Making Artful Transitions at YW Hub Calgary

Read Time: 8 minutes

The new 127,000-square-foot YWCA Calgary in Alberta is a safe, caring environment where women in crisis can stay while they make positive life changes; it's also home to a special art collection that originated from YW Hub's wayfinding program, designed by Entro (Calgary).

How can you make an institutional space feel more like a home?

2020 SEGD Wayfinding + Placemaking NOW, Sept. 17-18
2020 SEGD Wayfinding + Placemaking NOW Launches Sept. 17-18

How do professionals who design and build experiential spaces create spaces that engage and connect people, when gathering is a risk and possible futures are unclear? SEGD’s two-day event fosters dialogues on designing public spaces that feel safe and welcoming amid the current global turmoil.

Touring The High Line In NYC
Touring The High Line—2020 SEGD Wayfinding + Placemaking NOW

Read Time: 2 minutes
What if we told you that 2020 Wayfinding + Placemaking NOW will feature a virtual tour of the High Line in New York City, by none other than SEGD Fellow Paula Scher herself, the brains behind the design?! Hold onto your swivel chairs ladies and gents; it's happening!

Place Branding in a Post-Lockdown World
Place Branding in a Post-Lockdown World

Read Time: 6.5 minutes
By Tim Hill, Client Development Director at Noë & Associates, and Alison Richings, Wayfinding Design Director at Endpoint
Having enforced time away from all of those distractions of life has helped us think more consciously about how and where we choose to live, work, socialize and spend our money in the soon to come post-lockdown world. For developers, urban planners, and architects the challenge will be creating living and working spaces that are both strategically and creatively attuned to a new world.

E+E Recap How Soon is Now? Designing Change
E+E Recap How Soon is Now? Designing Change

Read Time: 10 minutes

SEGD Director of Education, Hilary Jay, summarizes the origins and events of the month-long series of virtual gatherings of the experience and exhibition design community, entitled "E+E: How Soon is Now? Designing Change."

How Soon is Now? Designing Change

Signs of Change—Adapting to a New Visitor Experience
Signs of Change—Adapting to a New Visitor Experience

Read Time: 2.5 minutes

By Melanie Daigle, ALTO™️ I FOLIA™️ by SH

Watching over the past few months as countries have opened back up, it’s become clear that we are not interacting with the world the way we used to. Behaviors have changed, especially in public spaces. Now, those who are maintaining and designing public spaces have to consider how to keep people safe in those spaces, and that means everyone from maintenance staff to volunteers to visitors.

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Endpoint Scores Stadium Wayfinding Project For Everton Football Club
Endpoint Scores Stadium Wayfinding Project For Everton Football Club

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Experience design firm, Endpoint, is to partner with the lead consultant and architect, Pattern, to create a bespoke wayfinding signage design for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Endpoint's Alison Richings on Mark Heywood's "Behind The Spine" Podcast
A New Chapter for Wayfinding?

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Endpoint’s wayfinding design director, Alison Richings, was recently invited to converse with writer and podcast host, Mark Heywood, on her specialist topic—as part of a series on how writers create characters and settings.

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SEGD Boston: Type Talk
Wed, 09/23/2020 - 18:30
Telling a more compelling story with Adobe XD
Wed, 09/23/2020 - 16:30
SEGDVoices - Inclusive Design
Tue, 09/29/2020 - 12:30
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Gensler’s solution for infection control in airports relies on a combination of actions that begin with prescreening passengers as they enter the building. 

“What do memorials and monuments do? They are another way we tell history,” says Tigwell. “What we hope is people look at what these moments in time mean today.”

Some 25,000 resin cubes make up a gorgeously analog sign system at the National Library of Luxembourg.

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 Panel Dialogue - The Future of Wayfinding
Panel Dialogue - The Future of Wayfinding
Tim Fendley - Toward a Smart(er) City
2015 Xlab - Transforming Retail Dialogue
Transforming Retail Dialogue
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