WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bryan Meszaros,award-winning designer and founder and CEO of OpenEye Global—a digital experience design agency with offices in New York, Seattle and London—will lend his leadership talent to the position of President of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD).
I feel extremely honored to be following in the footsteps of John Lutz who, through his inspirational leadership helped the SEGD Board and staff grow our global community to a record-breaking 2,139 members with an emphasis on student membership.
Disruption means something different to everyone. But no matter what it means to you, it's already creating fantastic new opportunities in experiential graphic design. We asked the innovative speakers and moderators leading this year’s Xlab what disruption means to them. Here’s what they had to say.
David Gibson, David Vanden Eynden, Bryan Meszaros and Clive Roux met with a group of 25 Chinese designers visiting New York on Friday at the offices of ECCO Design. The group were very interested to learn about the work of SEGD firms two twelve, C&VE Design and OpenEye Global.
At the 2017 SEGD Wayfinding event, Clifford Selbert, FSEGD, will share his expertise on how he’s seen XGD evolve over his distinguished career and what’s in store for the future. Here, Cliff provides a little insight into his journey, his inspirations and his session, WTF > Wayfinding the Future.
Wayfinding, be it traditional or digital, is so 2010. We get it. Show us how to get from point A to point B via mobile device in literally five text messages. Tell me where the bathrooms are and yes, perhaps I may even like to send those directions to my mobile as well – although our recent work in this space actually tells us something quite different. Initially, digital wayfinding was a one-to-one interactive experience. Users searched a destination and were provided directions to get there.