An internationally recognized pioneer in experience design and audience engagement, Edwin Schlossberg launched his career in 1977 with the design of one of the world’s first interactive museums, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Since then, he has been at the forefront of design and technological innovation, creating imaginative and unparalleled public experiences that bring audiences together to explore, learn, communicate and collaborate.
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This past Monday we announced a first in SEGD history! This year the SEGD Fellow Committee selected a Class of Fellows: Julie Beeler, Michael Gericke, Alan Jacobson, and Brad Johnson. We are honored to not only have these individuals join the list of incredible SEGD Fellows, but we are also excited to have them join us for a Fellow Roundtable discussion at the 2022 SEGD Conference Experience in Portland! Read on to get to know these individuals and the Fellow award ahead of the Conference.
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On Day 1 of the 2021 SEGD Conference Experience Philadelphia, Sylvia Harris (1953-2011) joined the ranks of SEGD Fellows alongside notable experiential graphic designers including Ed Schlossberg, Paula Scher, Jane Davis Doggett, Massimo Vignelli, Robert Venturi and Sue Gould, just to name a few. Sylvia is the first posthumous Fellow recognized by SEGD. Read on to learn more about her incredible life and career.
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SEGD is celebrating Women's History Month by honoring our female Fellows and recognizing their portfolios of outstanding work. Read about all 12 of our Female Fellows and their favorite projects here.
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A legacy of 43 SEGD Fellows has distinguished our organization as the foremost in environmental and experiential design, exemplifying both innovation and excellence. SEGD established the Fellow Award in 1987 and every year recognizes the profession’s laureates: those who are honored for their outstanding and significant contributions to the field over time.
Renowned design pioneer, artist, author and educator, Edwin Schlossberg, of ESI Design, an NBBJ studio, gives a glimpse into why he provokes and invites us to have and design more meaningful shared experiences.
Deborah Sussman, FSEGD, is still going strong at 82, producing work that's as fresh and relevant today as it was when she joined the Eames office as a 22-year-old. She spoke with Metropolis about her six decades of work.