Posts Tagged ‘Debbie Millman’
Our own Debbie Millman is set to give a riveting talk at theÂ Type Directors Club this May!
Debbie’s presentation, On Failure (or how the worst moments of your life can turn out to be the best – and visa-versa) is a funny and heartbreaking tale of making it (or not) in New York. The presentation begins in early 2003 when a good friend sent Debbie Millman an email with a subject line that read: Begin drinking heavily before opening… click here to read more and get your ticket to the event<<
Visit DesignObserver today for the latest episodes of Design Matters with Debbie Millman!
Check out interviews with Sara Blake and Cliff Sloan and also a very special, video version of Design Matters where Debbie gives you a preview of the new exhibit ON! at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati.
Portable Presents Debbie Millman!
Catch Debbie on her Aussie tour Feb 25th-March 1st!
Debbie will explore the thought process and action behind good design, approaching it from both a practical and anthropological angle. Join in for an insightful session with Debbie Millman as she explores strategy, design and innovation.
We’re happy to announce that Debbie has been listed in the top 50 most influential graphic designers working today, compiled by GDUSA!
Tomorrow! (Wednesday) Debbie is giving a free lecture at Apex Art in conjunction with Rob Walker’s exhibit there on consumption: As Real As It Gets. Rob is the former editor of the Consumed Column for the New York Times, and the exhibit is amazing.
Lecture starts at 6:30pm
291 Church st., NYC
Find more info here.
We hope you can join us!
Tune into the podcast thatÂ Creative Bloq named one of their 10 Favorite Design Podcasts!
This week, Debbie welcomes Jake Barton of Â Local Projects — Airing this Friday at 3pm!Â Click here for this and all 2012 season’s episodes.
Jake Barton is founder and principal of Local Projects, an award-winning media design firm for museums and public spaces. Barton is recognized as a leader in the field of interaction design for physical spaces, and in the creation of collaborative storytelling projects where participants generate content.