All posts in Event Design

20 | Dec
2018 Event Predictions

We’re all looking to gain insight into 2018 forecasts, trends, and predictions for event management upgrades. As in years past, challenges abound when creating engaging events that excite and delight attendees, in a format (whatever that may be) that is seamless and fail proof. Decibel Management has the rock-solid reputation of past successes, as well […]

03 | Feb
The Incredible Impossibility of the Super Bowl Halftime Show

As you’re making your last minute game-day dip selections and 60-inch TV purchases, there’s a group of brave people who have been prepping for this Super Bowl Sunday since last year. Spoiler alert: It’s not any member of the Falcons or the Patriots. No, for these ambitious folks, the game really begins when the players […]

17 | Mar
Design Thinking for Event Producers: Takeaways from the Adobe XD Design Week 2016 Branding

If anyone was gonna knock their event branding out of the park, it was gonna be the people who invented Photoshop. But the Adobe XD Design Week branding is a special case of above and beyond. What is XD Design Week? The Adobe XD Group is a global design organization responsible for the user experience […]

25 | Jan
High-tech prototypes: futuristic event design projects guaranteed to make you feel old

As the maker revolution revs into high-gear, the future of spatial and experiential design is being built by small studios and labs experimenting with a medley of digital and IRL technologies. The results are pretty inspiring.

17 | Dec
Seasonal Event Design Inspiration: 10 Big Christmas Trees Made out of Weird Things

Sick of the same old fir needles and fairy lights year after year after pine-scented year? Yeah, neither are we. But some people are, so they decided to make:

11 | Dec
A White (House) Christmas: Decorating Tips from the First Family

You think you’ve got it bad doing the interior décor for your holiday event – the White House has a dozen rooms that it needs to decorate each Christmas, all of which will be toured by tens of thousands of guests, not to mention top-level media. The first lady and her decorators, however, have always […]

10 | Sep
Event Design Mood Board: Art Deco

If you love the 1920’s as much as we do, you’ll recognize the intricate geometric patterns and glittery, high-contrast colors of the art deco style. After such a long period of single color, “flat design”, we find the ornate detailing refreshing. Lighting Chandelier by Hector Guimard This gorgeous piece is available via Westland London. Vintage […]

31 | Aug
Think Like an Interior Designer: Five Tips to Make Small Event Space Look Bigger

Not everyone can afford the event space of their dreams, but with a few simple tricks based in the science of depth and size perception, you can make the most of an undersized room.

17 | Aug
Event Theme Design Inspiration: Stained Glass

This week, we’re inspired by the incorporation of stained glass into spacial and event designs. The design world went pretty single-color for a while there, but we’re seeing (and loving) a lean back towards more vibrant, daring palettes. We’ve collected a little mood board of beautiful images with inspiring prismatic decor. Monumenta 2012 One of […]

23 | Jul
10 Jaw-Dropping #lightingdesign Instagrams

In real estate, we all know the magic mantra “location, location, location.” In stage design and event production? It’s “lighting, lighting, lighting.” Lighting is a totally transformative art. Need proof? Check out these ten jaw-dropping #lightingdesign Instagrams from the last two months. 

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