From the SEGD Archives, circa 2014: At Adidas' new research and design building, Büro Uebule uses turbocharged typography to express the essence of sports.
Paul McConnell of Intersection (New York) heads the acclaimed multidisciplinary design task force.
WASHINGTON, DC—Paul McConnell,Design Director at Intersection (New York), a technology, experience design and innovation firm, will serve as Jury Chair for the 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards. He leads a team of eight celebrated designers practicing in a range of disciplines from wayfinding to interactive experiences.
Awards Program to Honor Design that Connects People to Place
WASHINGTON, DC (Nov. 30, 2016) – The 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards, the only international awards program focused on user experiences in the built environment, will officially open for entries on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016.
Alexa Williams is an interior design student at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle WA. She is also an interior designer at ZGF Architects.
Born in Vancouver Canada, Alexa Williams grew up in a family of designers and builders. Her mother and aunt are well-respected interior designers and her father is a boat builder. This gave Alexa great insight into the industry from an early age and hands on experience with design. Since she was little, Alexa has enjoyed drawing, creating and building.
Sarah Reitz is pursing a Master of Design at the University of Washington with emphasis in visual communication design, service design, and data visualization. She also earned a Bachelor of Journalism in Broadcasting Production at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has worn many hats in the communication world, having worked on projects as a designer, videographer, editor, animator, and writer. As a visual storyteller, she thinks strategically to connect an audience to an idea--to create designs that clarify and intrigue.
Lauren Hall was brought up in, and continues to work in Seattle, WA. She first developed an interest in design during a digital 3D modeling class in high school. While attending Cornish for Motion Design, she discovered that her real interest was in narrative storytelling in all its forms; film, illustration, branding, etc. She has made short films for several companies around Seattle, including Shunpike, Framework, Seattle Parks Department and Cornish College of the Arts.
Corey Steinmetz is a Junior Graphic Designer at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. She graduated with distinction in May 2013 from Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI with a BFA in Visual Communication Design. As an emerging professional designer, Corey is looking for a challenge every day. By doing so, she strives to grow and become a better designer and thinker. She is well-rounded in her abilities, and is very interested in user experience and how people interact with objects and others.
T.J Daly is co-chair for the Richmond Chapter.
T.J. joining Acorn Sign Graphics marks a strategic milestone in the company’s journey over the past ten years with growth from a small, local sign company of 5 Associates to a leading national provider of custom architectural signage with more than 40 Associates.
Cineviz is an experiential design firm that creates and engineers experiences that engage, educate and motivate. We know that how you tell your story through the experiences created within your environment speaks volumes about your commitment to truly engaging with each and every person who connects with your brand.
The inaugural World Architecture Festival (WAF) London event was held at the Ambika P3 space at Westminster University in June 2015.
The client’s brief was to design and establish a branded environment and event design that would serve as a satellite event to the main WAF Festival in Singapore. This new event was a chance to showcase all of the entries for this year’s WAF Awards in a new city, with 375 projects displayed in total.