8 Reasons to Find Your Place at the Wayfinding & Placemaking Event in Philly Next Week!

SEGD 2019 Wayfinding & Placemaking takes place August 1-2 in Philadelphia. Register today!

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Oh wow, it's all happening NEXT WEEK; can you believe it?!
At SEGD’s 2019 Wayfinding & Placemaking Event, August 1-2 in Philadelphia, attendees will soak up local and international wayfinding and placemaking best practices along with some local design culture. Since there are just EIGHT DAYS to go, here are eight reasons why you’ll want to find yourself in Philadelphia next week!

Meet the Firms Presenting in the 2019 SEGD Wayfinding & Placemaking Event

Meet the Firms Speaking at the 2019 SEGD Wayfinding & Placemaking event in Philadelphia on Aug 1-2.

Wayfinding and placemaking design continues to be the heart of experiential graphic design practice worldwide (which is why the 2019 SEGD Wayfinding & Placemaking event, August 1-2 in Philadelphia, is such a crucial EGD event to attend!). Scroll through the slideshow above to get a sneak peek of the local and international firms who will be speaking as well as some of the notable projects that will help shape their session content for this wayfinding and placemaking-concentrated event (ie.

SEGD's 2019 Wayfinding & Placemaking Event in Philadelphia, August 1-2

2019 SEGD Wayfinding & Placemaking event takes place in Philadelphia, PA, August 1-2.

PHILADELPHIA—Wayfinding & Placemaking design continue to be the heart of experiential graphic design practice worldwide. The SEGD Wayfinding & Placemaking event in Philadelphia on August 1-2 is poised to bring participants and an international panel of speakers together to tour, connect, discuss and discover urban, regional, campus and transportation signage design.

Spring Garden Connector

Finalist 2019
Spring Garden Connector

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation was eager to improve the connection between several Philadelphia neighborhoods and the Delaware River. The Spring Garden Connector was notoriously dimly lit, dingy, depressing and it didn’t feel safe. The challenge was to transform the underpass into a safer and more welcoming connection to the waterfront, a major transit station, bike share hub and river trail.


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