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Branding, Inspiration

A presentation that lasted a little over 15 minutes which then proceeded into a combative conversation with 2,000 people – fielding questions from Adrian Shaughnessy, taking a swipe at Iain Tait’s jumper and having a barney with Kate Moross. AMAZING!

Animation, Inspiration

Walt Disney began hosting his own television show for ABC in 1954 in an unusual contract: Disney provided ABC with a weekly hour-long television program in exchange for funding for the construction of Disneyland.

Inspiration, UI / UX Design, Web Design

Nathalie founded the web psychology movement. She knows how websites affect our brain and what elements you can apply to influence our actions. During her talk, Nathalie will fuse the worlds of psychology, web design, and behavioural economics together to create specific, practical, steps you can take to improve the design of your community website. If you want to know how to make people click and provoke specific emotions, Nathalie is the person you speak to. If you want to know what colour to use, you speak to Nathalie. If you want to know how to adapt your site to each specific culture you’re targeting, you speak to Nathalie.

Branding, Inspiration

Writer and graphic designer Chip Kidd has been designing book jackets for Alfred A. Knopf since 1986. His innovative work, recognized by international awards, has helped spark a revolution in the art of American book packaging. Kidd has written about graphic design and popular culture and is an editor of comic books for Pantheon, a Knopf subsidiary. Milton Glaser has been one of the most pivotal figures in contemporary graphic design and illustration. Glasers career spans more than fifty years and includes logos, ads, posters, portraits, and identities for newspapers, magazines, books, exhibitions, grocery stores, and restaurants. In 1954, he co-founded Push Pin Studios and in 1968, he co-founded New York Magazine, which became the prototype for city magazines and service journalism across the country. His other iconic works include the album cover for Bob Dylans Greatest Hits, and the world-famous I Love NY logo (which, after September 11th, was transformed into I Love NY More Than Ever).

Branding, Inspiration

A conversation with the founder of New York Magazine and the man who designed the I ♥ NY logo, the psychedelic Bob Dylan poster, the DC bullet logo used by DC Comics from 1977 to 2005, and the Brooklyn Brewery logo.