Reframing Web Design: The Process of Theatre Design

A session at Future of Web Design

Wednesday 9th April, 2014

12:15pm to 12:55pm (GMT)

As web designers, there are lessons we can learn and insights we can gain from stepping outside of the discipline and approaching our design process from a different angle. Over the past year or so Luke has been looking into the processes of other areas of design, picking them apart and drawing parallels to the work of web designers, in the hope that he'll be able to improve his working process. While most people look at closely related disciplines like graphic, motion and print design, Luke took a closer look at the process of theatre design, an area he used to be involved in. What he discovered was that there are clear parallels between set, props, costume, lighting and audio design in the theatre and what we do on the web, and there are things we as web designers can potentially learn from the world of theatre.

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Luke Murphy-Wearmouth

Antipodean creative, sitting somewhere between design, development and digital PR. Co-founder of Wax & Stamp and DJ/promoter at Early Doors Disco

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Time 12:15pm12:55pm GMT

Date Wed 9th April 2014

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