Breaking Creative Barriers in Design Workshop // BUSINESS 341, DESIGN 685
Adrian Cabrero, Multimedia Designer, ENK International
Thursday, July 28th from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, then meets at same time the following week.
Art school may have shown you how to be a designer, but working with clients is an experience unlike any other in the design world. Whether you're a freelancer, a designer within a large team or just beginning to promote yourself, wouldn't it be helpful to have a social circle of professionals available to critique and share current work?
This class goes beyond posting work to online forums and websites, where 80% of feedback is from unknowns. We will be a group of experienced professionals coming together, sharing creative ideas and breaking down roadblocks. During each of the sessions there will be a focus on professional feedback from your peers in the design field and a brief breakdown of 3 important stages of design: Conceptual R/D, Design execution and Finalization.
We encourage everyone to bring in designs that are works in progress or that have hit a creative roadblock. You can look forward to meeting designers from different backgrounds in many stages of their career.
Session I: 7/14
Session II: 7/21
Session III: 7/28
Note: To allow ample time for individual critique, group brainstorming and an environment of positive reinforcement, this class is capped at 10 people, on a first come-first serve basis.
Adrian Cabrero is a multimedia designer based in New York City. He graduated Highest Honors from Pratt Institute in 2006 with a degree in Digital Design & Interactive Media. Adrian has a background in many areas of design including motion graphics, print design and web/interactive. Most recently he has become the lead web developer for ENK International, the largest fashion trade show company in the US. In his personal time he pursues freelance work and an active creative lifestyle as a multimedia designer, artist and photographer. Adrian's goal through design is to create meaningful experiences which deliver a clear message accross all mediums.
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