We’re sure many of you will be heading to the iDesign conference at the South Bank Centre on Tuesday 18th September. There’s a great line-up of speakers covering topics across the world of interactive media and design, plus the latest projects from foremost practitioners on display. Tickets are available here if you haven’t booked yet.
Some of you will probably be wishing that you could remember the day forever.
Well, you can. We’ll be publishing podcasts of each of the conference sessions to this RSS feed. Simply subscribe and you’ll have each of the presentations ready for you to revisit by the time you get home.
Just a reminder of what’s in store:
|09.15||Conference chair – Welcome to idesign||Simon Waterfall|
|09.30||The LDA and Digital Creativity||Tom Campbell|
|09.45||Industry Remarks||David Kester|
|10.00||Digital Society:||The Internet and Happiness Nick Bayliss,
Joe Blogs’ Blog Bill Thompson
|11.05||Coffee and exhibition||Creatively Digital
Produced in partnership with independent digital arts agency Cybersalon, Creatively Digital – will showcase innovative, interactive work and emergent technology projects from contributors such as Channel 4, Cambridge University, Sennep, Troika, Someth;ng, Proboscis, Fijuu and Igloo.
|11.30||Technology, the Universe and Everything:||Digital Marketing – Good and Evil Ben Achilleas
Technology and Learning Gerry Griffin
My Mobile Life Helen Keegan
The Games Universe Toby Barnes
|13.00||Lunch and exhibition||Emergence
In association with Future of Sound, during the conference lunchbreak Martyn Ware will presents Emergence – a showcase of innovation in interactivity and digital media, with contributions from SHowstudio, Jason Bruges Studio, Newangle and Fabrica.
|14.30||Design response||What’s All the Fuss About? Clive Grinyer
Creative Process, Usability and Transparency Elliot Jay Stocks
Starsight Steve Flaherty
Art, Public Spaces and New Media Adam Gee
|16.00||Coffee and exhibition||Creatively Digital|
|16.30||Design Week Creative Showcase||Lynda Relph Knight, Malcolm Garrett, Gary Holt|