Inguna Elere

Inguna Elere

Inguna Elere is the Co-founder and Lead Designer of Design Studio H2E. Design strategies, concepts, interior, exposition and graphic design are her daily life. Inguna Elere holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Environmental Art from the Art Academy of Latvia. She is now a Professor at the Design Department of the Art Academy of Latvia.

Inguna Elere Design Studio H2E, Co-founder and Chief Design Officer
Design studio H2E
Riga, Latvia

SEGD’s International Members: This Week, Reporting from Riga

SEGD’s International Members: This Week, Reporting from Riga

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Last week Seoul, this week Riga! Throughout “Membership March,” SEGD is traveling the world to introduce you to our international chapters. This week Ingūna Elere (Partner, Design Studio H2E) reports from Riga, Latvia, where “networking and being part of the world’s larger professional community” has helped Latvian designers get through the Covid crisis. In turn, Latvian designers, inspired by their country’s own historical challenges, are aiding Ukrainians fleeing the destruction of their home country.

Women Making History: SEGD’s Women Business Owners

Women Making History: SEGD’s Women Business Owners

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In honor of Women’s History Month, SEGD is sharing stories about “women you need to know” who are practicing in the field of experiential graphic design. Did you know that many SEGD member firms are owned by women? The following post includes profiles of 12 women members who run their own design studios. The list includes newbies like Rina Alfonso of Studio Aorta to veterans like Paula Rees of Foreseer, former SEGD President, SEGD Angel Award Recipient, and author of the recent Forbes article about Sara Little Turnbull, pioneering designer, design consultant, and consumer advocate.

2020 SEGD Wayfinding + Placemaking NOW: Day 2 - Global Moderated Discussion


In response to the global crises currently underway, designers from Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America will address what they are seeing in their home states, and what they are doing to help people feel safe, comfortable, confident, and welcome in public places. They will discuss best practices in signage, environments, digital platforms, icon making, and communication given new paradigms and behaviors. And, they will talk about the evolving market demand for experiences in urban centers, retail environments, health care facilities, and university settings.

Riga, Latvia, Inguna Elere & Dagnija Balode

In response to the global crises currently underway, designers from Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America will address what they are seeing in their home states, and what they are doing to help people feel safe, comfortable, confident, and welcome in public places. They will discuss best practices in signage, environments, digital platforms, icon making, and communication given new paradigms and behaviors. And, they will talk about the evolving market demand for experiences in urban centers, retail environments, health care facilities, and university settings.

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