Apologue's Tali Krakowsky To Speak At SEGD Dynamic Environments Workshop





Nov 09, 2010



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Tali Krakowsky, Founder of experience design studio Apologue, will be speaking at the SEGD Dynamic Environments workshop on Thursday, November 11th at the Aria Resort & Casino, CityCenter in Las Vegas.

In her panel, “New Horizons in Dynamic and Interactive Environments,” Krakowsky will address the latest trends in dynamic environments and, more importantly, contemplate why dynamic environments are an important response to a new digital culture.

SEGD’s fourth annual Dynamic Environments workshop will focus on the integration of dynamic media into the design process from theatrical productions to corporate settings. The event will also explore the evolution of dynamic technologies from novelties to design features intrinsic to all new projects.

For more info on the event, its agenda and speakers, please visit: http://www.segd.org/news/561.html

About Apologue

Tali Krakowsky is the founder of Apologue, dedicated to the creation of immersive storytelling environments. Committed to a highly multidisciplinary and collaborative methodology, Tali has worked with clients such as the Museum of Modern Art, Frank Gehry, Chanel, Airbus, IBM, the Grimaldi Forum, Victoria’s Secret and Van Cleef & Arpels. Throughout her career as Director of Experience Design at Imaginary Forces and WET Design, Tali has led the conceptual and strategic development of projects that seamlessly integrate storytelling, new media and physical environments. She has published several articles on design, architecture, and innovation through collaboration, and is a frequent speaker on the topic of design, technology, and architecture. Tali is also a regular blog contributor to FITC and Creativity Magazine, and is a Founding Member of 5D: The Future of Immersive Design.



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