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CONNECT - A Safe Screen Collection from YGD

Posted by Cat Gilbert on 07 Jul 2020


Our current world is experiencing change unlike anything we’ve seen before. Changes in design, interaction and meaning have inspired Yellow Goat Design to work harder, be more creative and innovate. Resultantly, we are excited to present YGD’s new Safe Screen Collection, CONNECT. This unique collection vocalizes artistry, beauty and functionality in a seamless presentation of functional safety artwork for hospitality, educational, institutional, corporate and other areas. Our new Safe Screen Collection serves to create confidence inspiring spaces with fluted acrylics, digital printed acrylic, laser cut, and polycarbonate screens that define physical distance, while also maintaining social communication through designs with humanity, hospitality, connection, and reduction of waste as the ultimate goals. These screens are easily customized for color, size, print to suit any space needed. Connect with our team today to learn more about each product

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Topics: ygd, yellow goat design, custom, screens, room dividers, covid 19, workplace design, screen protectors, protection, sneeze guard, safe screen, connect, new collection, plastic screen

YGD in LONNY Magazine.

Posted by Cat Gilbert on 29 Jun 2020

We are so pleased to be featured in a recent article in Lonny Magazine which focuses on the new outlets and changes that designers are embracing or facing during the pandemic. Lonny spoke with Yellow Goat Design's Design Manager Conrad Johnsson to discuss how Yellow Goat Design has reacted to the changing nature of the design world and how our new products like our upcoming Safe Screen Collection respond to these pressing design needs. Check it out here! 

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Topics: ygd, yellow goat design, sculpture, custom, lighting, screens, design, room dividers, hospitality design magazine, budget friendly, covid 19, pandemic, workplace design, budget conscious design, budget friendly catalog, safe screen, conrad johnsson, design manager

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