Things are really heating up in the experiential graphic design field job market, with many firms expanding it is a great time for designers to take the next step in their careers.
In December 2016, SEGD partnered with AIGA, Google and others to produce a comprehensive Design Census.
The results are in. We have answers for you about salaries, benefits, behavior and satisfaction.
How can we keep discovery alive in a world increasingly in love with the algorithm?
By Eli Kuslansky and John Hubbell
Nick Kapica, 2017 Off Grid Conference Chair and SEGD's Wellington, New Zealand Chapter Chair discusses the idea behind Off Grid, a new type of event for SEGD which invites you to go on a journey discovering new cities and cultures. You will observe how experiences are created in environments other than the ones you are used to. Finally all participants come together to discuss what you learned about experiential graphic design. It's an immersive real world learning experience.
While 2016 seems to be a candidate for worst year ever, from an Experiential Graphic Design perspective, we could not disagree more! SEGD set a new record in membership for the third year in a row and that is just the beginning.
Download the full Hourly Billing Rate Survey Report here or sign up to become an SEGD member to gain access to this and many other SEGD benefits.
SEGD is working towards achieving its strategic plan of becoming a vital tool to support the profession of Experiential Graphic Design.
In December SEGD conducted an Hourly Billing Rate survey to provide members with a frame or reference for billing rates
Dear SEGD Community
I hope you all had a fabulous holiday and New Year and that you are getting back into the swing of things! 2016 was another fantastic year for our organization.
Some presentations are just classics, like Paul Mijksenaar's talk on Information Design which is offered by SEGD as one of the learning series courses.
What does the Experiential Graphic Design profession look like?
For the first time, we have a comprehensive picture of what the Experiential Graphic Design profession and SEGD's membership looks like.
For this part, I interviewed Gordon Kurtenbach. Gordon Kurtenbach is the Head of Autodesk Research where he leads a large research initiative on topics including human-computer interaction, graphics and simulation, environment and ergonomics, high-performance computing, and CAD for biotechnology.