xChange: What’s Next for XGD: Data, Sensors, Devices

SEGDNY xChange
Monday, August 25, 2014 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

We are excited to announce our upcoming xChange event. These events allow members the opportunity to participate in round table discussions focusing on topics relevant to our field. Attendees will be treated to a lively discussion and appetizers.

Topic: What’s Next for XGD: Data, Sensors, Devices
Technology is rapidly changing the way people connect to place. Big data analytics are shaping the way cities, property owners, and vendors are responding to their user behaviors. Localized sensors are pushing relevant contextual information to users in both commercial and public space. A wave of wearable devices are emerging into the marketplace, diversifying the way people interface with information and the places around them.

What do these three elements represent for the future of XGD (experiential graphic design)? How are designers responding to this additional layer of technology woven into our digital-physical world? How will you respond to your client’s request for integrating immersive technology into your projects now and in the future?

Moderator
SEGD Director of Education, Justin Molloy

Date/Time
Monday, August 25, 2014
6:00pm to 7:30pm

Location
Le Pain Quotidien
931 Broadway between 21 and 22nd streets
Third Floor 

Please RSVP through the link below. There are limited spots available.
http://segdxchangexgd.eventbrite.com

About the Moderator
As Director of Education and Professional Development, Justin leads and develops educational programming, professional engagement, and academic connectivity for SEGD. Justin holds a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University (New York) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to joining SEGD, Justin held academic appointments at The University of Oklahoma and the University of Cincinnati (DAAP). Justin has been active in client-based design, technology, and research-based projects for more than 10 years and has presented his research and creative work both nationally and internationally.

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