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What Can I Learn @ #SID17?

For #SID17 we’re bringing back our WorkLife and LiveLife seminar series to ensure that your day in design is as informative (and a tad controversial) as possible.



BY Indesignlive

July 19th, 2017


These seminars are brimming with as much spirit, reflection and adventure as the inquisitive world of A+D requires. Butting in on the design discussion across Asia Pacific, these lively and heated industry debates put a spotlight on A+D in a wholly new way. Surrounding topics relevant to the disciplines and professions of A+D today, the focus may be Australian but the insightfulness is valid worldwide.

This year see’s the return of the hugely popular WorkLife series, presented by Indesign Magazine!
WorkLife is a series of panel discussions among industry experts and global thought leaders exploring ‘The Future of the Workplace’, hosted in showrooms and with an emphasis on translating insights to the local market.

Our SID visitors will once again see a range of global design trailblazers, thought-leaders and brands to share their knowledge, experience and journeys with you.The talks will be hosted by members of the Indesign editorial team also showcasing prominent members of the design community. WorkLife will take place on Friday 11 August. Architects, designers, developers, builders, end users and more are in for a real treat!

All WorkLife seminars will be ticketed events, with substantial discounts applying to members of key organisations in the architecture, design, property and construction sectors. Ticket holders will receive 1 X CPD point towards their professional accreditation.

WorkLife is proudly sponsored by Flokk (formerly, Scandinavian Business Seating)

 

WorkLife 2017

Hot Enough to Hashtag: A+D in the Social Media world

Moderator:

Indesign magazine Co-Editor, Sophia Watson

Speakers:

Adele Bates (Adele Bates)

Angela Ferguson (Futurespace)

Dr. Jonathan Hutchinson (University of Sydney),

David Flack (Flack Studio),

Medora Danz (Blu Dot)

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Kitsch, Please: How the industry can disrupt and experiment without getting naff

Moderator:

Indesign magazine Co-Editor, Sophia Watson

Speakers:

Adele Winteridge (Foolscap Studio)

Monika Branagan & Ali McShane (The Bold Collective)

Tim Giles (Geyer),

James Calder (Calder Consultants)

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Mobile Working is the new agile: How to design for an ‘out of office’ workforce

Moderator:

Todd Hammond, Director of Hammond Studio

Speakers:

Joaquim Pedro (Zeitraum)

Sue Soly (Geyer)

More TBC

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