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Nils Wiberg - Design Thinking / Creative Thinking / Lateral Thinking

SEGD is an amazing community of designers, fabricators and manufacturers who create experiences that connect people to place. One of the many membership benefits of SEGD is a library of talks from SEGD's past events. All videos from 2014 through 2019 are available for viewing for members for free. 

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13 of the Best Coffee Spots at the 2016 SEGD Conference in Seattle [Map]

Conference Coffee Image

So you're coming to the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle (Many tours and workshops are full—don't miss out, register today!) and you need your daily caffeine fix, but want only the best—check out these recommended cups of joe, a quick walk or uber from the 2016 SEGD Conference headquarters at the Westin Seattle:

1. Analog Coffee | 235 Summit Ave E

Attending the 2016 SEGD Conference? Here's Your Guide to (Walkable) Sit-Down Eateries in Seattle [Part 2 of 3]

Attending the 2016 Conference? Check out these five walkable sit-down restaurants!

So you're coming to the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle (Have you registered yet? Don't miss out on your first-choice on tours and workshops, register today!) and you're looking for a close spot to grab a sit-down bite with colleagues and friends—

Check out these recommended restaurants, all within walking distance from the 2016 SEGD Conference headquarters at the Westin Seattle:

Coming to the 2016 SEGD Conference? Here's Your Guide to Cheap (Walkable) Eats in Seattle [Part 1 of 3]

Cheap Eats at the 2016 SEGD Conference

So you're coming to the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle and you're on a budget. Maybe you're a student, or you just have a passion for cheap local food? Check out these recommended restaurants, all within walking distance from the 2016 SEGD Conference headquarters at the Westin Seattle!

Design Improv(e)— The Workshop That Gives Back, with Noah Jeppson

Noah Jeppson Leads Design Improv(e) Session

Design Improv(e): Give Back

The Host

Noah Jeppsonhas become known in the Experiential Graphic Design community for spearheading many urban improvement projects. His enthusiasm and spirit of volunteerism is  totally contagious, so it's fitting that he should lead the Design Improv(e) session at the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle. (Have you registered yet? Let's fix that.)

Finding Innovation at the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle

2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle, June 9-11, 2016

What does Innovation look like? Seattle is a hotbed for new ideas, new technologies and forward thinking. And the 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle is your source for a huge dose of Innovation—from an inside look at the Boeing Dreamliner with PJ Wilcynski to Innovating for People with fashion designer Luly Yang and Innovating Cities in SEGD’s new Design Thinking workshop. Come see the Innovation in store for you at the 2016 SEGD Conference!

The 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle's Best

From the new digital experience at the iconic Space Needle to high-tech corporate environments, a reinvented waterfront and pioneering hospitals, Seattle is a rich environment for experiential graphic design. Here’s a preview of what you’ll discover in Seattle during the 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle. Many of the destinations will be part of the conference project tours!

Meet Electric Coffin at the 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle

Meet Electric Coffin at 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle!

Patrick “Duffy” De Armas and his partners at Electric Coffin are in the business of bringing fine-art sensibilities to commercial spaces, and they’re unapologetic about their improvisational process and their point of view. If that display of a 1960s ski chalet turns left and becomes a pink bakery, so be it. We spoke with Duffy about his Seattle studio’s process and purpose, and we got project photos you’ll love. De Armas will be a featured speaker at the 2016 SEGD Conference: Experience Seattle!

Washington State Convention Center Offers a Warm Wayfinding Welcome

Washington State Convention Center Wayfinding (Michael Courtney Design)

After 30 years of patchwork facility expansions and Frankensteined signage, wayfinding at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle needed a new vision. Michael Courtney Design created a friendly and cohesive “concierge” wayfinding program that elevates the guest experience for more than 400,000 annual visitors. The program greets and guides them with a warm welcome, a clean and consistent design language and flexible digital components.

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