Our speaker at the July 2012 CreativeMornings/NewYork was Kelli Anderson. (http://kellianderson.com)
Kelli Anderson is an artist/designer and tinkerer who is always experimenting with new means of making images and experiences.
She draws, photographs, cuts, prints, codes, and creates a variety of designed things for herself and others. From interactive paper to layered, experimental websites, everything begins and ends in her studio, which houses a 1919 letterpress and an assortment of other benevolent contraptions. She also teaches art history at Pratt every summer.
CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee! You can join us in numerous cities around the world. (http://creativemornings.com)
A big thank you to XO Group (http://www.xogroupinc.com) for hosting us in their beautiful office space. And thank you to Ben Hallman (http://hallmanproductions.com) for filming + editing the video and Julia Robbs (http://juliarobbs.com) and Matthew Richmond (http://twitter.com/liquidrobot) for photography.
This presentation was given at BDConf 2011: Nashville.
Everyone is screaming "We need to be on mobile!" What does that even mean? Where do you start? One of the biggest challenges of the mobile web is getting clients, coworkers and stakeholders on board and actually execute a project the right way. The hurdles are many: lack of understanding of the medium, small budgets, outdated processes and many more. Every organization is different so changing existing behaviors and processes takes a lot of effort, patience and time.
This presentation will show you how to execute a mobile web project successfully with a cross-disciplinary team. We'll provide a set of helpful tools and practices to get you started and help educate your coworkers and clients at the same time.
What does it mean to be creative? What is creativity?
We created this short video for the new Wacom.com called "The Wacom Manifesto". It explores what it means to be creative and showcases everyday people doing activities that you may have never considered to be, well creative.