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Print design has a rich and varied history, formed over several hundred years as both a functional and aesthetic discipline with a deep foundation of principals, practices, theories and professional dialogue. Interaction design, on the other hand, is still a comparatively young field, driven largely by technology and functional goals.
Join Mike Kruzeniski as he explores the driving forces behind interactive design’s development. He’ll explain how interaction and UI design have reached the point where aesthetics are becoming as important as functionality, especially as we become more comfortable with all of the technologies that surround us. You’ll get the chance to explore the latest trends in interaction and UI design and see why more and more interaction designers should look toward print design for inspiration.
Brilliance might seem like an unattainable goal – it’s something you’re born with, right? Not necessarily. In this attitude-changing Closing Keynote, Simon Bailey will explain the core principles of creating personal and professional brilliance. You’ll learn how to define, develop and sustain brilliance within yourself, discover the three key elements that should be driving your productivity and see how you can effectively remove the barriers to high performance.
21st–25th June 2012