Class Library Experience Design

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  • Title:Experience Design
  • Category:Creativity and Design
  • Level:Intermediate
  • Instructor:Mark Addison
  • Length:34 min
  • Posted:10/19/2010
  • CMP Domain:G: Meeting or Event Design
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Overview

We're all familiar with the concept of event design. In this class, Mark Addison takes things to the next level, and broadens our focus to the entire attendee experience. Here Addison takes us through the creative development of a guest experience and walks us through the numerous means to implement it.  Filmed on location at Top of the Garden loft in New York City.


Learning Outcomes

    1. Understand the difference between designing an event and designing an experience.
    2. Have knowledge of the tools of the trade; how to manipulate different materials and media to achieve your design.
    3. Have an understanding of specific case studies and their outcomes.

Table of Contents

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Experience Design- Full Class Video 34:13
Watch the Class in Chapters
What is Event Design? 5:24
Designing an Event Experience 5:43
What is Good Event Design? 2:06
Concept to Reality: Event Case Studies
Concept To Reality: Case Study: Sarah Blakely 2:58
Concept To Reality: Case Study: Shisedo 4:18
Concept to Reality: Place Setting Case Studies
Concept To Reality: Place Setting Case Study: Cle de Peau 3:08
Concept To Reality: Place Setting Case Study: American Cancer Society 2:29
Concept To Reality: Place Setting Case Study: Giving Back 2:06
Tools of the Designer
Tools of the Designer 7:53
ELI

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