Remember that Rubik's Cube you burned thousands of hours trying to figure out? Javier Lloret channeled the tantalizing, obsession-making tactile game into a building-size interactive puzzle. It certainly clicked with the 2014 SEGD Design Awards jury, and it will click with you, too. Check it out and get inspired to enter your projects in the 2015 Design Awards. But hurry, you only have 3 more days!
Customer Experience is not just about the experiences customers have in retail settings. CX also refers to users in non-retail settings as well. At SEGD’s CX Workshop—March 10 at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas—you’ll see how this form of experience design is using digital technology to connect people to brands and spaces—from retail stores to sports arena and from hospitality and entertainment venues to corporate spaces.
When it comes to the SEGD Global Design Awards, there's no skimping when it comes to the way the Jury handles and judges your entries.
Jury Selection: Jurors are selected for their expertise across various practice areas to represent the categories and the field in general by the Jury Chair, with suggestions from the board, CEO and staff as well. The result is a truly accomplished and multidisciplinary team that really understands what makes great Environmental and Experiential Graphic Design.
Considering entering the 2015 SEGD Design Awards? Let me assure you, there’s no better time to start. With more categories than ever, the odds of winning are better than you think! On top of that, we’ve assembled a fantastic team of jurors who will deliberate intensively and collectively over three days to determine the winners. We the jury pride ourselves on our selection process being neither subjective nor arbitrary nor imbalanced.
All that said, here are a few tips to help make your entry stand out:
Harbinger Innovation Group (hi.) (Jacksonville, Fla.) was invited to put together a proposal for the new John Gorrie Dog Park being developed by Riverside Avondale Preservation for Jacksonville’s most densely populated historic neighborhood.
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DIY signs get public testing and acceptance as officials see the benefit of the communities involvement and the idea picks up $182,000 in funding. The maker movement represents the democratization of the traditional EGD field. It is no different to what Desk Top Publishing, 3-D Printing and CAD/CAM tools have done in other areas.
Great TED talk about the progress being made to release Big Data about the City of NY to the public. This is just like the day you found out that you could access the internet. Cool, but what should I do with it? The Design Thinking question is: How might you, a member of the XGD community use this to help solve problems encountered at the intersection of people and the built environment?