Today is the day to drop whatever you’re doing and submit your entries in the 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards. If the fact that this is your last chance to showcase your work and compete against the best experiential graphic designers in the world isn't reason enough, here are 10 additional reasons to enter right now.
The 2018 SEGD Branded Environments program will feature a diverse line-up of speakers whose work spans the globe. Learn from bright, innovative leaders, who are challenging the traditional expectations of how brand impacts environment.
We asked some of the world’s leading experiential graphic design firms: Why do you enter your work in the SEGD Global Design Awards? Here’s what they had to say about why they participate in the awards program year after year.
Winning, of course, brings validation and acclaim. But it’s not all about the glory. Participating in the 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards also promotes innovation, creativity and excellence—and who doesn’t want to be aligned with that?
The design team responsible for the groundbreaking 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards Best of Show award-winning project was led by iart ag Chairman and CEO Valentin Spiess. Here, Valentin shares his process behind selecting the Best of Show winner, elements of a winning project and why you should submit your entries today.
There are only two weeks until the January 31 deadline. Here is everything you need to know about the 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards all in one place to ensure that you’re making the most of the time you have left.
Christina Lyons is no stranger to the SEGD Global Design Awards. In addition to joining the jury last year, she’s leading an impressive lineup of talented designers on the 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards jury. Curious about why you should enter, what the jurors look for and how to put together a winning entry? Here’s what this jury vet has to say.
The 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards encompass seven categories that represent key practice areas of experiential graphic design. To help guide you through the submission process, here are the seven categories with examples of project types and past winners.