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19 OCTOBER 2018 : EVENTS

2018 dGroup in New Orleans

Scenes from this year's dGroup in New Orleans!

dGroup is our two-day, internal design think tank. An organized effort to share ideas, promote collaboration and encourage rigorous critical thinking. It spans across studios, disciplines and generations to influence everything we touch. Learn more here.

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08 NOVEMBER 2017 : EVENTS

dGroup Day Two

We wrapped up dGroup with keynote speaker Brian David Johnson, Futurist, Arizona State University. Thank you to all of our guest speakers! We were inspired and challenged to look beyond the "now", and we're excited about what the future holds for our firm.

"dGroup doesn't have a period after it, but rather an ellipsis."

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07 NOVEMBER 2017 : EVENTS

dGroup Day One

Scenes from Day 1 of dGroup, which is our two-day, internal think tank where designers from across our firm come together to share ideas, promote collaboration and encourage rigorous critical thinking. We’re excited to be in Lawrence, Kansas for our Fall 2017 session!

Thank you to our guest speakers - Charlotte Tritch, KU School of Business, Megan Stephens and Nicole Satterwhite, Willoughby Design, Phaedra Svec, McLennan Design and Kevin Willmott, KU Department of Film and Media Studies.

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10 MAY 2017 : EVENTS

A Family Discussion in San Francisco

"What made the dGroup discussions so honest and engaging was the sense of being in an environment that supports diverse viewpoints, like a family." Bob Baum, Managing Principal of the Gould Evans San Francisco studio, recaps our recent, thought-provoking dGroup session. Read more here: goo.gl/UQBQ36.
07 APRIL 2017 : EVENTS

Gould Evans Spring 2017 dGroup Session

dGroup is an organized effort to share design ideas, collaborate and encourage critical thinking. It's part of our internal process of inquiry - a common thread that unites, inspires and drives our design.

During this spring session, we explored the ways in which design quality (beauty, utility and solidity) can be positively linked to social and political activism.