For a week in February the SEGD community went OFF GRID in Australia and New Zealand. No one knew what to expect, but everyone came away with a really new and interesting take on the traditional conference asking when will it happen again?
Design Thinking is permeating through society and enabling designers to get to grips with designing the way we experience the world.
In December 2016, SEGD partnered with AIGA, Google and others to produce a comprehensive Design Census.
The results are in. We have answers for you about salaries, benefits, behavior and satisfaction.
While 2016 seems to be a candidate for worst year ever, from an Experiential Graphic Design perspective, we could not disagree more! SEGD set a new record in membership for the third year in a row and that is just the beginning.
Download the full Hourly Billing Rate Survey Report here or sign up to become an SEGD member to gain access to this and many other SEGD benefits.
SEGD is working towards achieving its strategic plan of becoming a vital tool to support the profession of Experiential Graphic Design.
In December SEGD conducted an Hourly Billing Rate survey to provide members with a frame or reference for billing rates
What does the Experiential Graphic Design profession look like?
For the first time, we have a comprehensive picture of what the Experiential Graphic Design profession and SEGD's membership looks like.
2016 was a busy year for our members and followers, so you probably haven’t read or watched each and every one of the over 1,000 pieces of new content posted on segd.org over the last 12 months. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a top 20 list from all the articles, videos and content the website has to offer. Consider it your SEGD 2016 executive summary. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
New York— At a meeting last week, SEGD's current Board of Directorscelebrated notable changes to the Board starting in 2017, including the departure of five board members, the addition of three new members and the transition of the office of Secretary/Treasurer.
It's a busy year for the profession and firm leaders are starting to act on new opportunities brought about by where we are in the economic cycle. SEGD is doing great and working on next steps to keep the momentum going on improving benefits for members.
Our profession has been humming along at an incredible growth rate for at least the past two years, with the sentiment that the momentum is still accelerating. Firms are betting big on developing new teams, employing new senior level leaders, developing digitally skilled teams and making capital investments. Have you thought about how you can support the development of your profession as well this year?