A Printer's Tale
Monday, December 17, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (GMT)
Love for print in a digital world.
Not so long ago, people predicted a great battle between the new armies of digital and the old guard of print. But our journey towards a digital future has seen an unexpected alliance between the supposed ‘old’ and ‘new’ worlds.
On a Christmassy December evening, 6 printers tell their tales of printing in the 21st Century. What does the future of printing look like?
CodeCards: why playing with pieces of printed card is proving a fun, collaborative and simple way for people to learn to code
Little Printer; What BERG made, what other people have made
littledraw is a drawing game for children of all ages for BERG's Little Printer. One of its creators explains how and why paper is a great medium for interaction design and generally having fun!
Plugging 21st century tools into 19th century machines: Newspaper Club's adventures combining the web and newsprint in weird and wonderful ways.
Rescuing office printing from a 1980s time warp: how ezeep is making it easy for anyone to print anywhere
Creating the number one children's magazine in the UK for Moshi Monsters in an era where overall magazines sales are falling
Doors open at 6:30pm with talks starting at 7:00pm. Talks will be 10 minutes each with time for drinks and chat afterwards.
Save plenty of space for mince pies.
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