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Streetsense
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We are an experience-focused design + strategy collective.
We are an experience-focused design + strategy collective.

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ICSC RECon has officially kicked off! Make sure to catch Managing Principals Bruce Leonard and Heather Arnold’s seminar, Proven Strategies To Thrive In Mixed-Use Developments at 4:00 pm at the Westgate Hotel in Ballrooms D & G: http://bit.ly/2occyVd
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In our latest blog post, we're posing a question - how can we further leverage retail destinations to increase overall pedestrian traffic? Answer: reimagine how we merchandise: http://bit.ly/2fQT2MP

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The success of The Dabney and The Columbia Room have turned historic Blagden Alley - once a hidden gem - into a full-blown dining destination. Director of Design Strategy Brian Miller dives into how the history of the micro-neighborhood has been preserved in the design of these highly rated spots: http://bit.ly/2eGnSJG

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We are thrilled to announce that Delucchi Plus – Washington DC’s premier content marketing firm focusing on driving engagement, sales, and influence – is joining our uncommon collective. Together, we are better than we are individually and different than any other company in the marketplace. Learn more about how the addition of Delucchi Plus will allow us to connect with consumers on a deeper level and create even more meaningful experiences: http://bit.ly/2dZgbd5

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We're headed to Savannah next week! Managing Principal Herb Heiserman will be sharing his expertise on creating memorable brands and places with the students at Savannah College of Art and Design: http://bit.ly/2ckdw0x

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Documenting your cocktail or meal via Instagram has become part of the experience of dining out, and designers are taking note. Our Design Director Brian Miller chatted with Washingtonian Magazine about how the social media platform is changing the approach to the design process: http://bit.ly/2cr1u6f
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