Event design changes society

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Event design may be more important than you think. I’m going to argue that event design changes society. Read the full article at Conferences That Work The post Event design changes society appeared first on Conferences That Work. Lab at The EVENT MPI, April 4-6, Montréal I’m excited to present my Participate! Lab at The EVENT, April 4-6, Montréal! Event design Alan Kay communication Marshall McLuhan society

We are biased against truly creative event design

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A “creative” event design is one with a novel venue and/or decor and lighting and/or food and beverage. Consequently, planners restrict the entire focus of creative event design to novel visual and sensory elements. Truly creative event design We are biased against truly creative event design. “; and finally Takes a hard look at the process changes needed to develop a more effective event.

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The creative event design tool that all #eventprofs should use

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Here’s a powerful tool you can use to generate creative event designs. You can use this tool for every aspect of event design. Stylists working on the look and feel of an event often use it to stimulate fresh thinking about the venue, the décor, the lighting, the food and beverage, entertainment, and so on. Rarely, however, is this tool used to design events that creatively incorporate, illuminate, and support core desires and outcomes for the meeting.

The 2018 Design Issue: Event Design Rebels

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Event design can be staid and safe, with the same tropes repeated over and over again. Or it can be

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4 Ways to Leverage Virtual Event Design to Increase Engagement

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High production value — including quality event design — is incredibly important when it comes to matching live engagement online, which almost half of eventprofs struggle with when sourcing virtual tech. Here are 4 design ideas from recent online events to enhance the virtual experience. Virtual events have become more and more common amid worldwide […]. Meeting Design Event Technology Event Ideas EventProfs eventindustry eventmanagement eventtrends

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The 2020 Event Design Trends That Will Define The New Year

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The trends keep on coming, and today we’re tackling 2020 event design trends! Design is always one of the most exciting topics we cover on the show. And we can guarantee you that the conversation about the future of design in the industry will keep up that pace.

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Event design in 2019

Event Industry News

As technology maintains its seemingly unstoppable march and the millennial generation officially becomes the largest demographic at work, 2019 promises to deliver a year of transformation for event design, but also of opportunity. The third is often overlooked and it is by far the most relevant when we have conversations around event design for 2019. Event Sommeliers. This means we must start thinking like they do and understanding their event priorities.

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30 Movies to Watch for Event Design Inspiration

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Keep the creative juices flowing with a work-from-home lunch break that includes one of these movies boasting event inspiration

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Behavioral Science In Event Design: #EventIcons Episode 165

Endless Events

We’re about to get down to the nitty and gritty of behavioral science in event design! This topic will probably send every event professional into overdrive. At the end of the day, events are all about people. Events are about changing behaviors. As such, knowing these things can be a true game-changer when it comes to event design. And to help us dive deep into behavioral science in event design, today we welcome Nick Borelli.

A Look Back at Event Design Ideas From Winter Benefits

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Get inspired by these ideas for decor, activities, and more from fund-raising events that took place this past season around North America

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5 Event Design Trends From Award Season's Coolest Parties

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Get inspired by the color schemes, floral decor, and other design trends that have emerged from the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, and Emmy Awards

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Event Designers Answer: What's Your Favorite Statement Decor Piece?

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Designers and producers from throughout the U.S. and Canada share how they create eye-catching focal points for galas, weddings, corporate events, and more

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13 Event Design Ideas for a Roaring '20s Revival Theme

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As we enter a new decade, here’s how you can take inspiration from that other '20s era

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Event Design Inspiration: The Energy of Orlando

BizBash

There is a thin line between staying both on brand and on trend without losing sight of one or the

7 best event floor plan software apps to create gorgeous event designs

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Summary: Learn about the top event floor plan software applications used by event professionals. Understand what to look for in these event design tools. Event floor plan designs have been a fact of life in the events industry for decades, and for a few good reasons. And event planners have used them to ensure proper spacing and flow at their events and make sure the event design and layout are perfect for the occasion and type of event.

#EventCanvas: Taking Event Design To The Next Level – #EventIcons Episode 163

Endless Events

This week’s #EventIcons continues on the topic of event design. Last Wednesday we dove into design thinking and its impact on events. Now, as everyone knows, designing an event is stressful. Ruud is a Switzerland based entrepreneur, who has been an innovator and game changer in the Hospitality and Meetings & Events Industry since 1994. Their #EventCanvas has the potential to completely revolutionize the way we look at designing events.

3 Questions to Guide Your Digital Event Design

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One of Phi Theta Kappa’s primary goals is to provide leadership opportunities for student members, so retaining student participation — which included hearing from the 2019-20 international student officers — was a priority for its virtual event.

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6 Things You Need to Know About Hybrid Event Design

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We've seen the events industry adapt to COVID-19, lockdown, the ban on gatherings and travel restrictions. One of the most prominent trends to come out of this crisis is hybrid events. A hybrid model consists of a traditional, in-person event with a venue, attendees and speakers or exhibitors, but also incorporates an online aspect. 2020 is all about innovative solutions to unprecedented problems.

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The 7 Elements of Beautiful Event Design

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The look and feel of your event can have a big impact on the experience of your attendees. Discover the seven core elements of beautiful event design. The post The 7 Elements of Beautiful Event Design appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog. Design Event Management Event Planning October design Event Design

#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Steal-Worthy Event Design Ideas from the Met Gala

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While fashion's biggest night of the year has been postponed due to COVID-19, we're still celebrating with a look back at 10 of the event's most steal-worthy event design moments over the years

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Event design is not just visuals and logistics

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The following year, David was kind enough to honor me in his flagship publication BizBash as one of the most innovative event professionals. However, one recurring theme in David’s magazine irritates me, because it perpetuates a common misconception in the events industry. BizBash consistently uses the term “event design” to mean “ visual design” As an example, consider the 2016 Design Issue.

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Event Design Lecture Series: Tech Trends on a Budget

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The last lecture in the University of Westminster’s second edition of the Event Design Lecture Series takes place on Monday 9 th December. His session for the Event Design Lecture Series keeps budget in mind while suggesting technologies that are affordable for most events.

The “Why” Is the Most Important Aspect Of Event Design

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There is a core truth that we may sometimes forget: people come to your events for their own reasons, not yours. Even if you have the latest and greatest bells and whistles, your event won’t reach its full potential if it fails to focus on the value to the individual and their “why.” ” Understanding “why” they want to come can help you design an experience that will get them there and keep them coming back year after year.

Event Design Rebels 2018: Fritz Williams

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From a small personal collection of vintage furniture, Fritz Williams started FormDecor (@formdecor), growing it into a go-to rental company

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Top Event Designers Are Creating Jaw-Dropping 'Quarantine Tables' From Items Around Their Homes

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While live events are on hold due to COVID-19, Ed Libby started the #DreamersAlwaysDream Instagram challenge as a way to keep his skills sharp—and to reconnect with his love for design

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Bentley Meeker

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Contemporary artist and lighting designer Bentley Meeker (@bentleymeeker) founded New York-based Bentley Meeker Lighting & Staging Inc. in 1990, creating

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Top 40 Event Designers 2017: Marc Hall

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Roland Rom Colthoff

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Principal Roland Rom Colthoff founded RAW (@rawdesignto) in late 2007 “to have a working culture that matched my personal and

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Adam Sober

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In 2010, Square Design (@squaredesigninc) began in a garage in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The group of designers, led by creative director

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Bruce Mau

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Bruce Mau recently was tapped to lead the design transformation at New York-based brand experience agency Freeman XP (@fxp), introducing

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Ellen Robin

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Flower installation artist and set designer Ellen Robin (@flowerculttt), whose first New York gig was as the assistant to an

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Ira Levy

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Ira Levy, president of New York-based Levy NYC Design & Production (@levynyc), combines artistic lighting designs with seamless installation and cutting-edge

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Bob Spiegel

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Known for his innovative approach to plating, Bob Spiegel caters high-end New York events for the Whitney Museum, the New

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Liza Jernow

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New York-based Liza Jernow (@lizajernow) started her food styling career at Martha Stewart Living, and from there amassed a roster of

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Event Design Rebels 2018: Bree McAlister

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Bree McAlister met executive producer Susan Schroeder while they were both working on a Victoria's Secret fashion show. From that

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2019 Event Design Trends – #EventIcons Episode 143

Endless Events

As event profs it’s critical we stay on top of trends. From design and pop culture to global trends we are expected to know them all. These trends influence the events industry. Our clients expect us to stay current with trends and know how to implement them at their events when it comes to event design trends and so much more. . In todays episode we will be discussing all about event design trends.

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How to Shake Up Tradition With Innovative Event Design

Planning Pod

As an experienced event planner, you know that good gatherings and parties don’t just “come together.” Creating quality and wow-evoking conferences, corporate meetings, marketing events, product launches, premieres and more all require careful planning, meticulous detail and innovative event design. The key elements of successful event design. Give people great stories to relay by making plenty of small, memorable moments throughout your event.

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Q&A: Catching Up With Event Designer Edward Perotti

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Edward Perotti has 27 years of experience in event production and design, from weddings and galas to corporate meetings and

Top 50 Event Designers 2019: Jes Gordon

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The New York-based Gordon on designing nonprofit events

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Top 50 Event Designers 2019: Melissa Andre

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The Los Angeles-based designer on her ethereal design aesthetic

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