AIGA Minnesota’s Design Camp was solid from start to finish (hopefully we do it even partial justice during these podcasts) – and a lot of it was just how diverse the speaker selection was. Our final (of 5 interviews we recorded while there) is with a CSS animation expert they brought in – Val Head.
Well, we speak CSS animation, front-end coding, and why these should possibly be something you either know, or have a working knowledge of as a designer.
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AIGA Minnesota’s Design Camp not only brought in the five 5 ‘main stage’ speakers (and a couple dozen Twin City speakers for breakout sessions), but also flew in the brutally honest design consultant that is Emily Cohen from New York (has she really not been on the show since 2011?). We talk about getting the right work, her Evolve conference, and why we need to find a specialty.
AIGA Minnesota’s Design Camp is the largest regional design conference for a reason – not only do they bring in 5 ‘main stage’ speakers, but there are a couple dozen breakout sessions held throughout the weekend as well. One of these happened to be with John Pickerell of Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.
Copyright Law? Trademark Law? Intellectual Property? Sure, let’s discuss…
It seems like only yesterday that we sent Ben Lueders off to cover some new fangled conference called the HOW Interactive Design Conference in San Francisco. I guess it’s been almost four years – and it’s now a conference held in three different cities. You know it’s hit the big-time conference label when it holds the three most important aspects of big conferenceness – a Stefan Mumaw workshop (seriously, go to any workshop this guy does), a great location (pretty sure that out of San Francisco, Chicago, and Boston this is covered somewhere), and a great speaker lineup – which leads us to today’s show.
Emily Brick is a Product Design for Buzzfeed. Through the magic of Skype, we talk about Buzzfeed apps, content on different modules, css framework, living styleguides, and hackwork at Buzzfeed. Enjoy.