Glimpsing divergent future scenarios, Jacobs will describe potential versions of tomorrow, helping the design community immerse themselves in change and strategize how to evolve their craft for changing human needs and business demands.
“Even before Covid-19, we were discussing how important it is to think about the future and take advantage of change,” says Jacobs. “And now, more than ever, there could be a significant opening for designers who remake places and spaces.”
With chapters in 34 countries, SEGD is a global community at the intersection of communication design and the built environment. Through events like Take 20, SEGD works to educate, connect and inspire professionals worldwide who connect people to place.