Learn about the power and future of design and how it is used to develop better products, services and experiences at the Intersection: The Power and Future of Design, August 10.
August 10th, 2015
Semi Permanent and SAE Creative Media Institute will host an intimate talk that examines how design sits at the intersection of business, technology and culture, and how it is impacting three creative leaders and their organisations this evening.
Held at SAE’s Sydney Campus, the event will feature a presentation by the Head of Creative at WIRED magazine, Billy Sorrentino. Renowned as an international design guru, Sorrentino leads the brand’s four creative departments: design, photo, video and production. He is responsible for cross-channel presence including print, desktop, digital editions, mobile, social media and live events. Sorrentino will be joined by the Group Digital Creative Director at JWT, Jay Morgan, and the Creative Director of Semi-Permanent, Murray Bell.
Date: Monday 10 August
Time: 6pm for a 6:30pm start
Location: SAE Institute Sydney, 1/11 York Street, Sydney
Registration: Tickets are strictly limited and bookings are essential – firstname.lastname@example.org
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