SEGD is an amazing community of designers, fabricators and manufacturers who create experiences that connect people to place. One of the many membership benefits of SEGD is a library of talks from SEGD's 4-6 events a year. Starting from 2014, these videos are available for viewing for members for free. If you are a member please log in (hint: top right below search) if not please join SEGD and experience its amazing resources.
SEATTLE– During the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle, winners of the 2016 SEGD Excellence Awards were announced and celebrated among the largest annual gathering of members of the experiential graphic design community. Since 1987, SEGD’s Excellence Awards have honored the individuals, companies, and institutions whose work has significantly advanced the environmental and/or experiential graphic design fields. The 2016 honorees and awards are as follows:
2016 SEGD Fellow: Michael Reed, Mayer/Reed
Cindy Jenkins is a Marketing Manager at 3M and has been the main conduit between SEGD and 3M, sponsor of the SEGD Global Design Awards.
Cindy Jenkins' marketing position supports her desire to help brand owners create brand awareness, drive increased revenue and manage overall brand strategy and positioning.
The difference between a good project and a great one is having the right partners on your team. NEXPO is the day-long industry supplier and maker exhibition during the 2015 SEGD Conference: Experience Chicago June 4-6. Looking for new fabricators to help bring your ideas into reality? Need to research ADA signage or sustainable processes for your next project? Whether you’re looking for collaboration, information, or inspiration, NEXPO is the right place for you!
As part of a major renovation of the Museum of the City of New York, Cooper Joseph Studio was tasked with enlivening the core areas of the building. The goal was to infuse the key public spaces with soul and a feeling of engagement. Focusing on the rotunda, entry, and second-floor central open space, Cooper Joseph's intent was to create a bold, unified experience that would draw visitors up the circular stair to the galleries and provide a place to gather and enjoy while visiting the Museum of the City of New York.
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Down to Business Down Under
THERE's environmental graphics program for 3M Australia celebrates collaboration, chain reaction, and scientific heroes.
Asked to create a compelling environmental graphics program for 3M’s 8,000-square-meter Australian headquarters, THERE (Sydney) focused on the company’s collaborative work ethos and the chain reaction of ideas that create technology innovations.
A Sydney bank uses architecture and wayfinding to support a radical new work model.
Transparency is a big buzzword these days. Politicians and corporations, psychologists and members of the media all strive for it or, at the very least, toss around the word as some sort of ideal practice. But what does it really mean? And more importantly, what does it look like? Ironically, an example may be found in the type of place that prompted the large-scale application of this word in the first place: a financial institution.
Hardworking graphics add punch to the community-centered design of the 21st century library.
Think of a public library, and what comes to mind? Perhaps the red-brick blocks of our youth, where fluorescent lighting cast a yellowish glow and anything above a whisper was strictly taboo? Fast-forward to today, and a slew of newly built libraries are conversation starters, awash in natural light, with vibrant colors and patterns beckoning card-holders to linger and explore.
Giant 3D pictograms and fresh new signage beckon visitors to the Montreal Science Centre.
Since it opened in 2000, the Montreal Science Centre has become a major attraction along the Old Port of Montreal, drawing more than 7 million visitors so far to explore science and technology through its interactive exhibits.