Office As a Brand Experience
Similar to retail’s shift toward e-commerce, the workplace experience has been reshaped by the remote working mandate. As many anticipate a downsizing of the office footprint, clients are forced to reconsider the primary purpose of their office space. Join us as Anna Lai (Design Director, EGD), Ray Ehscheid (Director of Client Services) and Tina Columbus (Designer, EGD) discuss how the office can become experience centers operating as physical manifestations of the brand. We will dive into how EGD can help shape a sense of belonging and create spontaneous moments that lead to creativity and productivity.
Experience for All
We take a look at how EGD can help improve inclusivity and equity of access for individuals that experience varying levels of accessibility in the built environment. With the onset of COVID-19, this divide is at risk of growing larger. Join us as Jessica Stoffers (Senior Designer, EGD), Emily Sano (Senior Designer, EGD) and Diane Rogers (Senior Strategist) share how EGD can reach beyond visual strategies, enlisting multi-sensory tools to push forward universal design methodology for human centric design.
Analog vs. Digital
With EGD, there can be pros and cons to choosing between analog and digital methods. We take an educational deep dive into these trade-offs and discuss how we can blend them effectively to create memorable experiences in the workplace environment. Join us as Ali Ucer (Design Director, EGD) and Jules Naujoks (Designer, EGD) discuss how EGD helps strike this balance.