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C&G Partners designs new website for the Kress Foundation

C&G Partners creates new website for the Kress Foundation

Read Time: 4 minutes
The Kress Collection encompasses more than 3,000 works of European art dispersed among regional and academic art museums across the United States with the largest single donation to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Collaborating with designers at C&G Partners, the Kress Foundation recently unveiled a new online art gallery featuring all 3,000+ works using the open source digital platform IIIF. Contributor Franck Mercurio interviews Maya Kopytman (C&G Partners) and Lisa W. Schermerhorn (Kress Foundation) to learn more.

SEGD Salon Talk

Watch SEGD's first SalonTalk

Watch Time: 28 minutes

Watch the 1st SEGD Salon Talk with our 2020 Fellow Ed Schlossberg, Partner of ESI Design, an NBBJ studio, Jake Barton, Principal and Founder of Local Projects, Mary Franck, Creative Director of ESI and Bhawika Mishra, recent Graduate Student at FIT, for a discussion on the current state of experience design moderated by Cybelle Jones, CEO of SEGD.

 

Planet Word: The World's First Voice Activated Museum

Planet Word: The World's First Voice Activated Museum Photo credit: Planet Word

Read time: 5 minutes
The landmark Franklin School Building in Washington, DC, now houses Planet Word, the world’s first voice-activated museum celebrating the “the power, beauty, and fun of language." SEGD contributor Franck Mercurio recently spoke with Ann Friedman (founder and CEO), Nathan Adkisson (Local Projects), and Roger Brown (Solomon Group) to learn more about this exciting new destination.

Open Space Signage in a Pandemic and Beyond

Open Space Infrastructure Provides the Framework for Easily Implementable Improvements

Open Space Signage in a Pandemic and Beyond
From Parks to Parklets to Public Price
By Cheri Devlin, Altitude Design Office

Read Time: 4 Minutes

In this year of pandemic, designers have learned the importance of creating signage and wayfinding systems which are adaptable, durable, and easy to maintain over time. Altitude Design Office suggests seven ways designers can be more flexible when reacting to unforeseen events.

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