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Xlab 2014: Traci Sym & Daniel Meyers: The Future of User Experiences is This Way

Traci Sym & Daniel Meyer, Second Story

Daniel Meyers is a creative director and architect. Traci Sym is an experience design director and performer. They’re a dynamic duo at Second Story, the Portland, Ore.-based interactive studio (part of SapientNitro) that merges digital technology with spatial architecture and narrative storytelling. Join them at Xlab 2014 Nov. 6 in New York!

Tell us a little about Second Story. What sets it apart from other studios? What is the “Second Story”?

Xlab 2014: Jason Bruges: Shaping Space, Context, and the User Experience

Jason Bruges

After working in traditional architecture and interaction design, Jason Bruges launched his own studio in 2002, and since then, he and his London-based team have created cutting-edge digital experiences that fuse art and design, physical computing and interaction design, and architecture. Jason will inspire you at Xlab 2014 November 6 in NYC!

Xlab 2014: Christian Marc Schmidt: From Mobile to Wearable

Christian Marc Schmidt

Christian Marc Schmidt started his creative design and technology studio Schema in 2012 based on the belief that the information age calls for new interfaces that allow us to not only consume content, but to create it ourselves. He says wearables are the new frontier in experience design—and he’ll tell you why at Xlab 2014 November 6 in New York.

Paul McConnell: Non-conscious Interfaces

Paul McConnell: Non-conscious Interfaces

Innovating Customer Experience at Control Group

Paul McConnell is Director of Product Design for New York City-based Control Group, one of the design and technology firms leading digital experience development today. At Xlab 2014, he’ll talk about how new embedded interfaces are improving environments and brand experiences by making them more responsive—and less distracting—to natural human behavior.

San Francisco International Airport Signage and Wayfinding

SFO Wayfinding, Interview with Vicki Sundstrom

Innovating the Passenger Experience at SFO

Vicki Sundstrom, PE, started her career as a traffic engineer in Landside Operations at San Francisco International Airport. Today, she manages the signage program that helps SFO’s 41 million annual domestic and international travelers navigate four terminals and seven boarding areas. She will be a keynote speaker at the SEGD/ASMN Airport & Transportation Workshop September 25-26, sharing how SFO continues to innovate the passenger experience.

Design Disciplines Collide at SEGD's Exhibition & Experience Design Workshop

SEGD Exhibition & Experience Design Workshop

August 21-22 in Washington, D.C.

Today, exhibition design is a convergent discipline that borrows elements from retail store design, interpretive wayfinding, storytelling, media, and interaction design. The creatives who develop immersive, compelling exhibition experiences are just as diverse, hailing from the experience design world as well as web development, technology, science, typography, and brand design.

NYC Beaches Wayfinding and Signage

Hitting the Beach

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Pentagram builds a stronger-than-ever identity for New York City’s public beaches.

Design intervention in the wake of a natural disaster can be a tricky proposition. Emotions run high. Resources are scarce. Environmental restoration seems insurmountable. Efforts to rebuild, though admirable, can be fragmented, unorganized, and politically charged. It’s hard to know where to start.

Convergence: 2014 SEGD Conference

Convergence: 2014 SEGD Conference

Design Forces Converge at the 2014 SEGD Conference in Atlanta

Ideas, cultures, disciplines, and geographies converged in Atlanta June 5-7 for the 2014 SEGD Conference themed Convergence: Crossing Lines.

Just as Atlanta is a city that has been shaped dramatically by social, cultural, and historical forces, design is continuing to shape and reshape itself as disciplines, technologies, and social changes collide.

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