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What can we do, as experiential graphic designers, to better support the stewardship of the Earth and the sustainability of the natural environment? To help answer this question, SEGD is presenting a series of video talks originally recorded for the 2020 SEGD Exhibition + Experience Conference. Next up is Jason Bruges (Jason Bruges Studio, London) who presents “Sustainability as a Narrative Experience.”
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What can we do, as experiential graphic designers, to better support the stewardship of the Earth and the sustainability of the natural environment? SEGD presents a series of video presentations to help answer this question. First up is Simon Widmer (Ellen MacArthur Foundation) who presents “Designing for a Circular Economy,” a talk he gave at the 2020 SEGD Exhibition + Experience Conference.
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An important part of SEGD’s mission is to educate, connect and inspire our community of designers, including students who are just beginning their journeys within the fields of design. SEGD is committed to fostering the growth of this next generation as they prepare to enter into and propel the profession forward. To help support and encourage them, SEGD developed the SEGD Student Scholarship in Graduate Exhibition & Experience Design at FIT.
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How do experiential designers respond to society’s growing reliance on technology to connect everyone? And how might the design of physical spaces, defining “place,” evolve to meet this challenge? Guest contributor Jessica Finch (Principal at Selbert Perkins Design) explores the future design possibilities and how those possibilities can best foster human connection.
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SEGD pays tribute to Michael Bryce – Australian architect, environmental graphic designer and longstanding member of SEGD – who died on January 15, 2021, after a long illness. Bryce is perhaps best known for his accomplishments as Principal Design Adviser to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
Local ProjectsIntroduces LISTENERS, content series about community-driven design and the art of listening.
In 2020, a global pandemic and a reckoning with racial inequity reminded us of the simple importance of listening. That’s why Local Projects is launching a content series exploring the role of listening in cultural work, especially in this time of collective crisis. Throughout the series, we’ll share the many ways in which the art of listening has made us better experience designers.
iZoneis pleased to announce two new hires to our East and West Coast Regional Sales Teams. They both have extensive knowledge in sales and will continue to make our team stronger. We are excited to welcome them and continue to expand our sale team to better serve our customers.
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Other Skies: An Exoplanetary Festival
Produced by Multiverse Concert Series, CLOT Magazine, and SciArt Initiative
On 20th March 2021, Multiverse Concert Series, CLOT Magazine, and SciArt Initiative present a new
collaborative project, OTHER SKIES: An Exoplanetary Festival, a one-day online event exploring
humanity’s relationship with the planets beyond our own solar system.
Extra Bold, a feminist, inclusive, anti-racist, nonbinary field guide for designers is now available for pre-order.
Learn about 25 Creative Revolutionaries working in the design field today with this article from CODAworx.