Adam Gallardo at Cre8Con: An Event Review (Part 8 of 8)

Adam Gallardo

Dark Horse Comics

I’m going to be talking about my creative process, then switch gear.

This gives me sheer of terror because, first of all, I haven’t talked to the public for 20 years. 892 more words

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Jay Meschter at Cre8Con (Part 7 of 8)

Jay Meschter

Nike Digital Kitchen, Flywire

Work with people who get it. If you look at Nike and thought “how did you get a culture like that?” Well, Nike’s founder was never satisfied as a coach, he was always looking for a way to improve his athlete. 654 more words

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Jen Modarelli at Cre8Con: An Event Review (Part 6 of 8)

Jen Modarelli

White Horse

What makes great interactive design? What’s really behind the curtain?

I come from an operation and strategy background. So I set up some goals for the presentation. 412 more words

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Jelly Helm at Cre8Con: An Event Review (Part 5 of 8)

Jelly Helm

Wieden+Kennedy

Obama, Facebook, The Iphone And The Characteristics Of Emergent 21St Century Brands

I have a friend who is a client of mine named Mark Ritchie. 763 more words

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Brian Van’t Hul at Cre8Con (Part 4 of 8)

Brian Van’t Hul

Laika

Besides working with the design and effects work, I also get to look at the show-at-hand as a whole, and look at the timeline and money that we have, and try to fit that into the day-to-day operations. 531 more words

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Damali Ayo at Cre8Con: An Event Review (Part 3 of 8)

Damali Ayo

CROW clothing

I’ve had a lot of creative incarnation. And right now, I’m in the part when I said “hey, maybe I don’t have the follow through.” This little chat is about creating the garment for what I call the “perfect hoodies.” I’m going to talk about my approach to design. 428 more words

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Michael Curry at Cre8Con: An Event Review (Part 2 of 8)

Michael Curry

Michael Curry Design

This morning, I want to talk about basic tenets on creativity and how I learned to work.

As a lone artist, sitting alone with a painting, having one yearly show somewhere. 980 more words

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