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Will Ayers, Colleen Hamilton, and Tomer Mann - Creating the Digital Team

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 4-6 events a year. Starting from 2014, these videos are available for viewing for members for free. If you are a member please log in (hint: top right below search) if not please join SEGD and experience its amazing resources.

 

Art and Healing in Healthcare Environments, Part 2: Community and Storytelling

Antelope Valley Medical Center, Lancaster, Calif.

When Kaiser Permanente planned its new Antelope Valley Medical Center in the windy desert region north of Los Angeles, it envisioned more than a place for sick people. Kaiser and local residents wanted a “total health environment” and a community gathering space. A unique partnership between two experience design firms resulted in a super-scaled public art program that connects people, place and experience by telling the community’s story.

Building a Digital Experience Dream Team at DesignX

Will Ayers on Building the Digital Dream Team-- at DesignX

What do Charlie’s Angels, Sherlock and Watson and the 1992 U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team have to do with designing high-impact customer experiences? Just like fighting crime and shooting hoops, creating great digital projects requires a Dream Team. Will Ayers, Selbert Perkins Design, and Gregory Neely, Forge Media + Design, will show you how at DesignX—March 15-16 at Digital Sign Expo 2016!

John Lutz Leads Experiential Graphic Design Community

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Award-winning graphic designer John Lutz, partner in the Chicago office of Selbert Perkins Design, will lead the global community of experiential graphic designers as president of SEGD, the Society for Experiential Graphic Design.

Lutz leads a dynamic creative community galvanized by the rapid integration of digital technology and the impact of access to information in public spaces.

Goodbye from Jill Ayers, Outgoing SEGD President

Jill Ayers, SEGD President 2014-2015, Owner Airspace, Brooklyn, NY

I can’t believe two years have flown by. I write this note as I exit my presidency and welcome in 2016. I am incredibly grateful for this experience and for all of the amazing people I was able to meet and collaborate with. Through the generous support of our sponsors, partners and members, SEGD continues to be the authority for the world of Experiential Graphic Design.

Convergence: 2014 SEGD Conference

Convergence: 2014 SEGD Conference

Design Forces Converge at the 2014 SEGD Conference in Atlanta

Ideas, cultures, disciplines, and geographies converged in Atlanta June 5-7 for the 2014 SEGD Conference themed Convergence: Crossing Lines.

Just as Atlanta is a city that has been shaped dramatically by social, cultural, and historical forces, design is continuing to shape and reshape itself as disciplines, technologies, and social changes collide.

Design and Planning for Parks, Heritage and Visitor Facilities

Click to view the details about the SEGD Podcast: Design and Planning for parks, heritage areas and visitor facilities

What you will learn:
This workshop focused on a technical approach to information design and wayfinding for these places, as well as competencies that can be used to develop these projects.

Topics:
This workshop was targeted at urban planners, city and park officials, designers, fabricators, and clients in non-profit institutions with a strong interest in identity, wayfinding, and the development of sign systems.

Questions Answered: 

Abu Dhabi Signage and Wayfinding

Clifford Selbert: A Sign Can Change the World

Abu Dhabi rose from the Persian Gulf sands in the 1960s after oil was discovered in the region. Once a small pearl-diving outpost, its population has grown to more than a million and today it is the second largest city in the United Arab Emirates—dense with opulent palaces, lush parks and gardens, and some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers. But until now, the streets had no names.

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