i-Design tomorrow

If anyone is in London tomorrow (24 September) and has some time, Malcolm Garrett’s i-Design conference has a great line up of speakers

If anyone is in London tomorrow (24 September) and has some time, Malcolm Garrett’s i-Design conference has a great line up of speakers

i-Design, which is is on at The University of Westminster on Regent Street, London W1, describes itself as “an essential one day conference and showcase for anyone with an interest or passion for interactive design and the digital arts”. Garrett is the event’s creative director.

Speakers include Nic Roope of Poke, Adrian Shaughnessy, Desiree Collier, Andrew Chitty, Bill Thompson, David Taylor, Tali Krakowsky, sound designer Martyn Ware and Andrew Shoben of Greyworld.

There are also free portfolio clinics where you can show your work to the UK’s most accomplished digital media agencies for best practice tips and to find out what agencies look for plus an exhibition of interactive work curated by Cybersonica.

Full ticket info here

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