Educated as a Landscape Architect at the Rhode Island School of Design and expanding his talents to encompass graphic design, product design, and environmental communications, Clifford Selbert has successfully developed a multidisciplinary approach to design and strategic marketing-based design process, branding him a reputation for design excellence.
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How do experiential designers respond to society’s growing reliance on technology to connect everyone? And how might the design of physical spaces, defining “place,” evolve to meet this challenge? Guest contributor Jessica Finch (Principal at Selbert Perkins Design) explores the future design possibilities and how those possibilities can best foster human connection.
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What an amazing Wayfinding event we had last week in Boston. Featuring sold-out tours, an all-star line-up of presenters and numerous opportunities for wayfinding professionals from around the world to connect with each other, this was the largest Wayfinding event in SEGD history! If you were there, you know how great it was. But if you couldn't make it, here's what you missed out on.
At the 2017 SEGD Wayfinding event, Clifford Selbert, FSEGD, will share his expertise on how he’s seen XGD evolve over his distinguished career and what’s in store for the future. Here, Cliff provides a little insight into his journey, his inspirations and his session, WTF > Wayfinding the Future.
In addition an exemplary wayfinding program catered to the largest cross-section of wayfinding professionals at a wayfinding-centric locale (read: Hilton Boston Logan Airport), we’re proud to feature three SEGD Fellows who will headline this year’s SEGD Wayfinding event, August 17–18 in Boston.
BOSTON— Transportation, urban and campus environments are complex spaces, which have an increasing need for innovative signage and wayfinding solutions employing best practices and the latest technology. The SEGD Wayfinding event is poised to bring together a range of experts to tour, connect, discuss and discover over two days this August.
When Kaiser Permanente planned its new Antelope Valley Medical Center in the windy desert region north of Los Angeles, it envisioned more than a place for sick people. Kaiser and local residents wanted a “total health environment” and a community gathering space. A unique partnership between two experience design firms resulted in a super-scaled public art program that connects people, place and experience by telling the community’s story.