Christina Lyons of the Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) leads the multidisciplinary team of acclaimed designers.
Angela Williams is the Sr. Manager, Design & Exhibit Development at Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
Angela Williams is an experienced Design Development Manager with a proven track record working in the museums and institutions industry. She is a strong operations professional skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Event Planning, Museums, Museum Education, and Historical Research.
Jim Redington is a Senior Designer at Kiku Obata & Company in St Louis.
He has been with the company for 16 years. Before joining Kiku Obata & Company Jim Redingtn worked for Communication Arts for four years and HOK for four years
The Future Starts Here explores the advantages and perils of ever-advancing technology and product design, from artificial intelligence to 3D-printing and cryogenic freezing.
How does dust from central Africa end up in the Amazon, or in air filters in Maryland? The scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center know. Their Visualization Studio recently worked with Bluecadet on “Data Lens,” an interactive experience that helps visitors understand Earth’s complex and interconnected systems.
The 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards, the only international awards program focused on user experiences in the built environment, will officially open for entries on December 1, 2017.
With Open House, Pierluigi Colombo wants us to get smarter with how we use housing spaces.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro have been selected to collaborate with The Costume Institute on a new exhibition at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art focused on the relationship between fashion, religious art and the devotional practices and traditions of Catholicism.
We asked a panel of immersive digital design experts within the SEGD community for their choices of the most influential immersive environment design.
SEGD’s Xlab returns this November in New York with a focus on change and innovation in experiential graphic design. This year’s theme, Experiences in the Era of Disruption, will showcase how disruption is impacting experiential graphic design and the way people are using and interacting with places and spaces.
Half a century ago, Toronto’s skyline was transformed by its first two skyscrapers when renowned Modernist architect Mies van der Rohe designed the Toronto-Dominion Centre. Home to over 70 tenants and 21,000 daily occupants, the TD Centre is the vision of two leading Canadian corporations, TD Bank Group and Cadillac Fairview.
The original “Numbers in Nature” exhibit opened in Autumn 2014 to acclaim for its entertaining, innovative and interactive approach to introducing mathematical concepts. In 2017, the design teams recreated the exhibit for life on the road.
Clients invest more, and competition increases among creative shops.
Bernard Semerdjian is an Experience Designer at BRC Imagination Arts in Los Angeles.
Before joining BRC Imagination Arts, Bernard Semerdjian worked for Peter Green Design.
For nearly four decades, BRC Imagination Arts has helped to create transformative brand destinations and cultural attractions all over the world. Our innovative creative production process delivers experiences that touch hearts and emotionally engage guests, and our industry-leading projects exceed the expectations of our clients and their audiences.
Luci Creative recently led the first-ever redesign of the First Division Museum, which reopened on August 26, 2017—the 1st Infantry Division’s centennial World War I anniversary.
Alexandria Rupert is a Graduate Student at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York.
Alexandria is a true creative. She's always been an artistic individual as long as she can remember, and creativity is her ultimate passion. Alexandria Rupert combines her artistic side through an intellectual perspective, which enables her to think critically to make a design solution. She's experimented in many areas of art and design, including painting, sketching, performing arts, dance, mixed media, arts & crafts, graphic design, visual communications, and fashion.
Jackie Capone is a Graduate Student at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York.
Jackie Capone is studying Exhibition Design at FIT.
She has worked as a Graphic Designer at InStyle magazine, Fleabags, Whitehouse and Company, Bardwil Linens, Two New York and Sotheby's
Jackie Capone completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Graphic Design at the Maryland Institute College of Art
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Tereza Kervin is currently a graduate student in the Exhibition and Experience Design Master's degree program at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.
Lauren Smedley is an MFA Candidate in Design at the University of Texas Austin.
Lauren Smedley is currently an MFA candidate at UT Austin with a focus in museum accessibility design and user testing. Along with being a full-time student, Lauren Smedley is also a design fellow at the Design Institute for Health at the Dell Medical School. Prior to UT, she was employed at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia as a designer.
Lauren Smedley had the opportunity to work on the newest science of sports (SportsZone) exhibit, along with many other environmental projects.
Marc Tamschick is the Founder and CEO of TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE in Berlin, Germany. He studied Graphic-Design at the Art Academy Stuttgart and Animation / Direction at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. As CEO of the company he is personally involved in all projects and creatively directs all of them, he also manages the financial and legal decisions.
1994 he founded the film production company Mediamutant. 2007 then TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH as an agency for medial scenography, immersive narrative spaces and installations using new technologies.
Nicole Ansbacher is a Graduate Student at FIT, the Fashion Institute for Technology in New York.
Nicole Ansbacher is a problem solver adept with many tools and ideas able to conceptualize and produce innovative design solutions.
Min Fu is a Post Graduate Student in the Exhibition program at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York.
Tony Spagnola of Spagnola & Associates (New York) posits that positive professional relationships enhance good design—and it’s certainly the case with the firm’s work for Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J., where one project led to two more, then another five.
Emily Morishita is a Senior Designer with Hunt Design in Pasadena, CA.
As an exhibition and environmental designer, Emily Morishita has been given a chance to merge her many interests: education through art, usability and the visitor experience, architecture, wayfinding and signage, urban design and planning, furniture design, etc.