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Digital Signage Expo: Toward an Intelligent Environment

Aware-live and Intel Customer Recognition Technologies

Those of us who attended the recent Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas were left with the feeling that while this particular show isn’t designed for the SEGD audience specifically, it provoked a lot of thought about where digital technology is taking our profession.

In the Balance: SEGD Global Design Awards

In a clandestine location in Washington, D.C., this past weekend, a multidisciplinary jury of nine vetted, pondered, discussed, defended, nixed, and gushed over submissions to the 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards.  Day 1: Jurors pored through more than 430 entries…one at a time. By the end of a  long and grueling day, the candidate projects were reduced to 93.  Day 2: Down to the nitty-gritty.

My Atlanta: The Best View in the City

SunDial Restaurant

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! 

"You can't beat the view from the SunDial Restaurant at the Westin Peachtree Plaza. Whether in the lounge or at the restaurant, both complete one full 360-degree revolution, providing a full panorama view of Atlanta. Plus the exterior glass elevator is a trip in itself."

--Sue Youngblood, The Art Institute of Atlanta

Photo: sundialrestaurant.com

ANSI A117 Update

Note: SEGD members Dave Miller (Nova Polymers) and Teresa Cox (APCO Graphics) participated in ANSI A117 Committee meetings in January. The A117.1 Committee is working on the 2015 edition of the ANSI A117.1 model code on accessibility. Proposed changes in the code may eventually appear in state and local building codes or in a future update to the U.S. government’s 2010 Standards for Accessible Design (SAD). The following is a report from Dave Miller.

The first meeting of the ANSI A117 committee concluded on Friday, January 24, at the U.S. Access Board offices in Washington D.C.

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