SEGD Raleigh is here!

SEGD Raleigh is committed to educating, connecting, and inspiring the Raleigh-Durham design community, one of the fastest growing in the nation!
 

Join us soon for events in the Triangle that help you gain essential skills, develop good vibes with other creatives, and keep you in the front of the congo line of Experiential Graphic Design talent. Become an SEGD Raleigh chapter membernow to tap into unlimited mentorship opportunities and educational content, and tap into your most inspiring self.

About us

“My love for EGD started in college when a guest speaker, one very famous female designer, opened my eyes to the world of EGD. I have since been immersed in the experiential graphic design field, living and designing in Upstate NY, Boston, Southern California, Cincinnati and now Raleigh. I thrive on translating brand stories into experiences, and look forward to inspiring passion throughout the Raleigh-Durham design community. I have a talent for color, championing my Pantone 520C coffee mug around the office, and love digging deep to discover the history of brands. Weekends find me exploring unique parks in the Triangle and experiencing the local fare.” - Elizabeth

“I have a background in architecture but I got into EGD when I took an in-house Workplace Brand position at a large software company. Now I’m back to architecture and very excited to incorporate my passion for EGD into my architectural practice. I grew up in the mountains of NC, moved to Raleigh in 2003, and now I live in Holly Springs with my husband and 2 kids. My talents include obsessing over fonts, photoshop wizardry, and word play. When not at work I enjoy reading, running, making things, and traveling anywhere with good food. ” - Allison

“Having spent many years in branding, my design background is diverse but I was introduced to EGD while working in New Orleans. I am now based in Durham, also my home town(!), and focused on experiential design. I’ve got an eye for detail and love little nuances in design. The community that this organization offers is so valuable to both seasoned professionals and fresh designers. I look forward to engaging with younger designers and helping them learn about the field. In my off time I enjoy exploring the many new restaurants in the area and keep the creativity going by designing & printing greeting cards with my husband.”  - Emma

We are excited to get started, so stay tuned for the first event!

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