In February SEGD asked the profession about their training needs. The input will be used ensure that the SEGD 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.
Thomas Hudgin will be sharing techniques to help firm leaders position their business for growth at the SEGD Business of Design event in Portland, Ore., April 27–28.
How do businesses let design inform or even lead their strategy? Should every company have their own chief design officer? And what role should design play in today’s way of leadership and organization?
Design Thinking is permeating through society and enabling designers to get to grips with designing the way we experience the world.
A good article gathering the information about the value of design for business into a single article with links to the various reports.
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?
Previous to this survey, the industry has been devoid of a benchmark for which software packages work best for experiential graphic design practitioners.
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.
When someone asks him what is the next cool thing they can do to expand their office footprint, Stubblefield replies with, What is the last thing you can do to avoid building?
There is actually a business case to be made for entering design competitions—whether you win or not.