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Are You Connecting Through Your Association Website?

SEGD Member Bio: Bryan Meszaros, OpenEye Global

Sure, you’ve got your bio posted on LinkedIn and you probably think you’re covered. But are you hooked into the highly focused world of connections offered by your own professional association website? SEGD.org includes (FREE!) Member Bios and (paid) Firm Listings that top out Google searches in many cases and offer you amazing exposure. For example, in 2015, Member Bios were read more than 250,000 times!

Entering Design Competitions is Good for Business. Here’s Why.

SEGD Global Design Awards

At their best, design competitions promote innovation, creativity, excellence and sheer possibility. Who doesn’t want to be aligned with those? And winning, of course, brings validation and acclaim. But it’s not all about the glory. There is actually a business case to be made for entering design competitions—whether you win or not.

Xlab 2015 Charts the Journey from Digital Technology to User Experience

On the path to integrate digital technology into user experiences that connect people to place, Xlab 2015both inspired and informed. Designers, planners, municipalities, and makers have come a long way toward changing the world with technology, but there's still a long way to go. Read our Xlab recap and help chart the exciting journey!

Pack Your Bags, We’re Going to Xlab 2015! [5 Reasons You Owe it to Yourself]

We know you’re busy. You’re drinking from the fire hose every day, trying to keep up with client demands and project deadlines coming at you at warp speed. While all that’s going on, who has time to look ahead to the future? Who’s in charge of making sure you know about the new technologies, platforms, and interfaces your clients will soon be asking about? That’s what Xlab 2015 is for,and here are 5 reasons you need to get yourself there.

Xlab 2015 -- Where User Experience and Digital Technology Collide

Xlab 2015 at SVA Theatre

Imagine a world where the physical and digital realms are one and the same—where users expect the seamless experiences they enjoy online to continue in stores and museums, on city streets and public transit, and in their schools and workplaces. We’re quickly headed there, and experience designers are leading the way. The best and brightest minds in design and digital technology will be at Xlab 2015 Nov. 5 in New York. Do you want to meet them?

The Hacker/Maker Culture at Sensing Places

Sensing Places, Santa Monica, Calif.

Flavia Sparacino is an MIT Media Lab PhD, a prolific inventor, and founder and CEO of Sensing Places LLC, a creative technology agency based in Santa Monica. We had the chance to visit Sparacino and her staff recently to learn about what they’re doing in the digital user experience space and experience the energy of the team's hacking/making/start-up culture. Join Sparacino at Xlab 2015 and you can experience it too!

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