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3D Printed Furniture: DI Creates Benches for IDS Center Atrium

3D Printed Furniture: DI Creates Benches for IDS Center Atrium

As fabrication technologies have advanced, so have the abilities of designers to create new forms at less prohibitive costs. In renovating the atrium of the IDS Center in Minneapolis, Dimensional Innovations, with a team of other designers, have created a series of public furniture pieces using the latest 3D printing technologies. To learn how they did it, read on!

SEGD Vanguards Honoring the people who are doing incredible, visionary, meaningful work—right now.

SEGD Vanguards Honoring the people who are doing incredible, visionary, meaningful work—right now.

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Through SEGD Vanguards, we’re recognizing, amplifying and celebrating the designers and practitioners who are making a real difference, right now. Starting with Wayfinding + Placemaking—and now Exhibition + Experience—each list recognizes influential visionary practitioners, whose work throughout the past year has impacted their discipline—creating a more connected and inclusive world, by pioneering new ways of seeing the design process, methods, innovations—and more.

BIPOC Directors Collective: Amplifying and Strengthening the BIPOC Creative Community

BIPOC Directors Collective: Amplifying and Strengthening the BIPOC Creative Community

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During the summer of 2020, in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, SEGD members Aki Carpenter (Ralph Appelbaum Associates, New York) and Inessah Selditz (Ada, New York) formed BIPOC Directors Collective (BIPOC-DC), a group of directors and leaders of color to enact real change from the top down. Since then, the BIPOC-DC has hosted virtual talks and conferences to discuss issues and actions, as well as provide role models and mentorship for younger people of color who are rising-up within the creative industries.

2021 E+E Keynote: Greenwood Rising

Greenwood Rising's Journey Toward Racial Reconciliation: Community Commitments

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SEGD’s 2021 Exhibition + Experience event culminates on Thursday afternoon, August 5, with a keynote presentation by L’Rai Arthur-Mensa (Local Projects, New York, NY) and Phillip Keith Armstrong (Greenwood Rising, Tulsa, OK). Their presentation celebrates the official opening of the new Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street History Center this month in Tulsa, which tells the story of the Greenwood District and the resiliency of it’s community.

2021 SEGD Membership Survey: Learning What Members Want and Need

SEGD Member Survey Results

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SEGD continues to seek new and better ways to create professional development opportunities for the multidisciplinary community that is SEGD. But how best to learn about members’ wants and needs? The SEGD Membership Survey is a great place to start. This year more than 300 members responded to our survey—the most ever—and here’s what you had to say.

Bruce Burdick (1933 – 2021) Celebrating His Life and Design Legacy

Bruce Burdick (1933 – 2021) Celebrating His Life and Design Legacy

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Within the field of design, Bruce Burdick (1933 – 2021) is recognized as a true innovator. He and his firm, The Burdick Group, pioneered the incorporation of new technologies into the design of everything from office furniture to museum exhibitions. SEGD is sad to report on Bruce’s recent passing. Read on to learn more about Bruce’s life and design legacy.

“Outside In” podcast

“Outside In” podcast

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Throughout August 2020, SEGD members participated in the organization’s annual Exhibition + Experience event. Titled “How Soon Is Now? Designing Change,” the symposium responded to the tumultuous events of that year. The event’s co-chair, Joel Krieger (Senior Director of Design, Magic Leap, previously of Second Story), helped to curate a roster of speakers and stories for how design can be used as a tool for positive change.

Racial Justice Commission: Mandating and Creating Greater Inclusivity within SEGD

Racial Justice Commission: Encouraging Greater Inclusivity within SEGD

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In response to historical racial injustice and the renewed calls for change across all institutions, eight members of SEGD have formed the organization’s first-ever Racial Justice Commission. Their mission: to advance racial justice within SEGD and the field of Experiential Graphic Design by serving  as an advisory group and providing guidance to committees, chapters, and staff—all in support of more inclusivity and accountability within the organization. 

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