SXSW is an annual gathering of the most innovative minds from the worlds of film, technology, music, government and everywhere in between. To say the event is huge is a gross understatement—approximately a quarter of a million people attend.
In February SEGD asked the profession about their training needs. The input will be used ensure that the SEGD education program is better tuned to the needs of the profession. The results are in and reveal some interesting observations about how the profession looks at training.
For a week in February the SEGD community went OFF GRID in Australia and New Zealand. No one knew what to expect, but everyone came away with a really new and interesting take on the traditional conference asking when will it happen again?
According to the results of the December 2016 Design Census—produced in partnership with AIGA, Google, IDSA and IxDA—44% of environmental design professionals are on the lookout for a new job. Are you one of them?
As SEGD experiences growth in membership (a record high of 1830 members at the end of 2016!) on a global level, SEGD’s reach on a local level is also expanding. We’ve grown to a new record of 28 SEGD Chapters around the world, and we’re proud to welcome our newest chapters to the SEGD community.
There are hundreds of thousands of new job opportunities unfilled because they require a higher level of STEM-related skills than what most job seekers possess. Along with science, technology, engineering and math, there is an under-recognized skill: data literacy.