Announcing a new entry category of “Exhibition” for the 2014 Global Design Awards, officials with the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) defined the award program as representative of how experiential graphic design impacts the world.
Exhibition is just one of a number of new categories from which winning projects will be chosen including wayfinding, placemaking and identity, public installation, and research/strategy/planning.
According to SEGD officials, in each category, Honor, Merit and Jury awards will be presented and a “Best in Show” will be chosen from the Honor winners in each category.
Clive Roux, CEO, SEGD, said the association’s design program reflects the full and expanding spectrum of work across experiential graphic design.
“These categories represent not only the ‘traditional’ aspects of experiential graphic design, including wayfinding, exhibitions and branded environments, but also encompass the emerging world of digital applications that is rapidly changing the face of the discipline,” said Roux.
Winners will be announced at the 2014 SEGD Conference: Convergence June 5-7 in Atlanta.
For more information, visit segd.org/awards.