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SEGD Heading in the Right Direction

SEGD May Update

2014 is developing well for SEGD as we continue to improve our programming quality, participation, and growing membership.

With our annual conference coming up in three weeks, you can feel the excitement building. Conference materials are rolling into the SEGD office. Steve Carlin, our 2014 Conference Chair, has put together an amazing program. Registrations are rolling in and approaching the San Francisco levels already. Designers are starting the stampede to Atlanta and looking at the activities planned, it’s no wonder!

New to SEGD

Hello, I am a graphic designer working for SmartDesign Group in Vancouver, BC.
Smart Design Group is a multi-disciplinary commercial design company, with extensive global experience in the Retail, Travel, Duty Free and Hospitality sectors.
Every day, millions of people around the world eat, drink, shop and work in spaces created by SmartDesign Group.

Toward an Experiential Future

Design education is currently facing one of the most significant shifts since computers were integrated into design nearly three decades ago. You could call it a turning point, a shift, or a call to action. The reality is that the design foundations taught today are simply not enough to prepare emerging designers for practice in a rapidly changing, digitally embedded, experiential-driven world.

My Atlanta: Zagat’s Top 10

Local designers give tips on things to do and places to go when you come to Atlanta for the 2014 SEGD Conference June 5-7, 2014!

Zagat's Christopher Hassiotis has put together a list of restaurants you can't miss during your visit to Atlanta, including King + Duke, where you can order the "King," a one-kilo, bone-in rib-eye steak for two.

SEGD Well: Supporting the Healing Mission

How can design, and specifically EGD, support and enhance the healing mission in today’s complex healthcare environments?

SEGD Well: Healthcare Innovations Workshop, held last week in Cincinnati, set out to find the answers to that question.

So what are the answers? Well, you kind of had to be there. But we’re willing to share a peek at what you missed.

Clue: It’s much bigger than wayfinding or mobile apps.

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