Student tours are always a treat, and yesterday’s was no exception. We were delighted to welcome a group of high schoolers from Atlanta’s The New School to meet our team and visit our lab.
Creative Tech Week
It’s Creative Tech Week in New York, and Associate Creative Director Adi Marom is among the many esteemed presenters. Join her on Monday, May 2nd, as she talks about storytelling in physical space.
Design Week Portland
Design Week Portland is in full swing, and we’ve had a blast so far. First, Creative Director Kelsey Snook participated in a Digital Storytelling panel on Monday, April 18th. Alongside other interactive creators, she explored the expanding landscape’s trends, tools, and platforms. The next day, we threw open our doors for our annual Open House. More than 125 people popped by to hang out with our team, talk shop, and play with our toys.
Senior Interactive Developer Chris Carlson is headed to Charlottesville this week to speak to UVA music students about his Borderlands Granular iPad app, life as a creative coder, and his work with Second Story.
Learning to See has won a Pixel Award! We’re thrilled to see our exhibit for the Denver Botanic Gardens stand out in the highly competitive Arts & Installations category. Also nominated this year: our wall installations for Gonzaga University, and the Object:Photo website for The Museum of Modern Art.
DSE APEX Awards
The 2016 DSE APEX Awards were good to us. We won Gold for both the Hemmingson Center Interactives and the Times Square 4K Screen Launch, with the latter also receiving Installation of the Year honors!
National Student Show & Conference
The National Student Show & Conference offers young designers, writers, and artists the chance to learn from, network with, and be inspired by professional creatives. Among those participating this year: Story Director David Waingarten, who will deliver the conference’s opening keynote address.
Store of the Year
Digital Signage Expo
Lead Integration Engineer Matt Arnold is heading to Vegas to speak at this year’s Digital Signage Expo. In a seminar on Wednesday, March 16th, he’ll discuss the keys to blending technology and environment to create seamless experiences.
Women in Design Panel
On Thursday, March 10th, as part of the AIGA Women Lead Initiative, ECD Keri Elmsly will join a panel of Portland’s creative leaders to celebrate and foster women’s achievements in design. Tickets for the event are available on the AIGA Portland website.
Digital Signage Today
We’re always looking for creative ways to enhance the digital signage experience. Read our Matt Arnold’s thoughts on the future of the industry here.