CreativeMornings with Michael Surtees of DesignNotes


I am excited to announce our upcoming CreativeMornings with Michael Surtees of DesignNotes fame. On friday May 8, Michael will talk on the topic of agile design, which is based on the process of incremental improvements in the design (what you start with and finish with tend to evolve over time)—typically it’s been used in software applications but is now starting to find it’s way into websites. Michael has ideas on how normal graphic designers or agency people might be able to use Agile Design in their process.

Interested in attending? Make sure to r.s.v.p via email quickly as we usually fill up within a few hours. Please tell us your name and what industry you’re in. (We will later on send you a confirmation email with all the necessary details for the event.) I am sorry but we’ve reached full capacity. CreativeMornings start at 8.30am and end at 10am. This event will be hosted at Daylife.

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Breakfast will be generously sponsored by Core Industries, a DUMBO based strategic interactive, marketing, design and development company. Yay!


8 Comments leave a comment below

  1. We are big fans of your blog, there’s always interesting products and tips on decoration. We also want to invite everybody to see our booth at ICFF in New York City from May 16-19 at the Javits Center. Visit our blog for updates

  2. We’re very excited to be sponsoring! Michael is repository of design knowledge – we should all be in for a treat!

  3. Silly question, but if you didn’t get a reply to your RVSP, I guess that means the event was already full?

  4. @RJG: Everyone that rsvp’d is on the list. I will send out an email with details on monday or tuesday.

  5. Begging you to live stream it for us on the west coast.

  6. @nerdstalker: I will see what I can do. But you realize the talk would be at 6am your time, right? ;)

  7. @swissmiss ahhhh, awesome. Thanks for the update!

  8. Please tell me someone got this on film for a later viewing?