Graham Hanson Design

2015 SEGD Global Design Awards- Where Digital and Physical Meet

WASHINGTON, DC – In a world increasingly enabled by digital technology, designers are continuing to experiment with ways to integrate electronic and traditional media. And experiential graphic designers in particular are learning how to use digital technology—not to replace physical environments—but to enhance users’ enjoyment of the “real” world with the immense content and data created in the virtual world.
 

Panasonic's Graphic Genius

Panasonic office, Newark, New Jersey

Panasonic’s North American headquarters celebrates innovation and the world-changing people who make it happen.

Innovation drives Panasonic and is at the heart of everything the company does. But sometimes, even huge multinational corporations need to be reminded of their roots. When the company moved from Secaucus, N.J., to the Newark waterfront just across the river from Manhattan, it wanted to celebrate innovation and the people who make it happen.

Tips from Graham; 2015 Global Design Awards Jury Chair

Photo montage: Graham Hanson/GDAP Jury

Considering entering the 2015 SEGD Design Awards? Let me assure you, there’s no better time to start. With more categories than ever, the odds of winning are better than you think! On top of that, we’ve assembled a fantastic team of jurors who will deliberate intensively and collectively over three days to determine the winners. We the jury pride ourselves on our selection process being neither subjective nor arbitrary nor imbalanced.

All that said, here are a few tips to help make your entry stand out:

 

2015 SEGD Global Design Awards Jury

The 2015 SEGD Global Design Awards Jury is chaired by Graham Hanson, founder and president of Graham Hanson Design, the award-winning branding, strategy, and interactive design firm based in New York. Hanson’s recent work includes large-scale projects for the Kuwait National Museum, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Carnegie Hall, and Google.

Past jurors have included global design leaders, among them Ken Carbone, Massimo Vignelli, Phil Freelon, Ellen Lupton, Min Wang, David Vanden-Eynden, Chris Calori, Clifford Selbert, and many others.

Think Modern/Think Classic

Honor Award
Think Modern/Think Classic, Macklowe Properties, SITQ, Graham Hanson Design

This exhibit illustrates the importance of unique design development approach paradigms in achieving revolutionary results.

Smart Cars and other iconic objects were displayed as examples of successful paradigm shifts in practice. The architectural transformation of 340 Madison, a recently redeveloped and redefined Midtown Manhattan office building, is also integrated into the exhibit.

GHD Partners

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