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Many museums have long described themselves as “multisensory” by including interactives that visitors can touch, see and hear. But immersive exhibitions go further by magnifying, multiplying or sometimes isolating powerful human sensory experiences. In this essay, SEGD contributor Joseph Wisne (Roto) describes how these superstar attractions go beyond multisensory to become “supersensory.”
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The critical path for any wayfinding project from conception to final sign off of the punch list, can be riddled with lack of communication, scope creep which ultimately impacts price, schedule and design integrity. Being prepared at the onset of the project to foresee obstacles and take advantage of the collaborative spirit to ensure clear communication is critical to a projects success.
Every year, SEGD issues a Call for Papers inviting academics, educators, researchers and design professionals to submit paper abstracts that address the latest issues, trends and innovation relevant to the field of experiential graphic design. The submission deadline for the 2022 Academic Summit is March 1, 2022.
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Dear SEGD Community, I’m honored to serve as SEGD President. I want to start by thanking Anna Crider for serving as President for the past two years. Anna’s leadership helped SEGD navigate a CEO search, the onset of the pandemic, and rethinking our education and community building through virtual and hybrid platforms. For those of you that I haven’t met, I’m a Principal at Mayer/Reed, a Pacific Northwest firm practicing experiential graphic design, landscape architecture and urban design. I co-founded the SEGD Portland Chapter and then joined the SEGD Board of Directors in 2016. To prepare for this role, I have served on the executive committee as Anna’s Vice President for the past two years.
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Launched in 2021, the Vanguard Roundtable is an exclusive virtual networking event for new members.
After a successful and inspiring inaugural year, we are updating the name of the Vanguard Roundtable to New Member Roundtable! We've decided to make this change to more clearly reflect the purpose of the event and eliminate any confusion associated with the Vanguard distinction that honors and recognizes those whose meaningful work is creating a better world through design today.
Reflecting the many ways in which graphic design shapes business, society, culture, and causes, the 58th Annual American Graphic Design Awards by Graphic Design USA gave four wins to C&G Partners projects. This is a new record for the firm, and the first to span all of our disciplines in one award year: brand, exhibition, media, print, signage and web.
Connectpoint®, the leading provider of ePaper technology-based real-time passenger information to the U.S.
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How to avoid burnout and workplace stress during the digital age.
Found in The Guardian an article about several women designers in the 80's who fought back against unequal design standards.
Lucca Biennale Cartasia is the biggest worldwide art event dedicated to Paper as an artistic and architectural means. LuBiCa takes place every two years in Lucca, Tuscany. Founded in 2004, the event is committed to promoting tradition, culture, sustainability and innovation in art and design, and next year marks XI edition.
To learn more and enter visit their website below: