In her talk at TYPO Berlin 2015, Tina shares stories about how her labors of love (aka side projects) redefined her career. She urges us to embrace generosity and kindness in the work place, and explains why every business needs a confetti drawer.
Jon Burgerman’s engaging, surprising and highly amusing talk at TYPO Berlin 2015 looks to answer some pressing questions: is the creative pursuit like a sport? What are the rules of the game? What does winning even mean? And what happens if a ferret invades the pitch?
In this “behind the scenes” talk from 2014 titled “Out of our minds – How to achieve everything we have … in a much shorter time”, Daniel takes us on a painfully honest journey through the do’s and don’ts, ups and downs, and many fails Stupid Studio has experienced since setting up shop in 2006.
Menno Cruijsen, Design director at Lava in Amsterdam, answers our questions on the defining moments in his career starting with his first paid gig as a designer, and his approach to a project.
In his presentation at TYPO Berlin 2015 “No risk no fun – bright sight of typography for younger and older”, Jan Bajtlik talks about the five key principles that took him to the top, all of which are adapted from his other passion: mountaineering.
Matteo Bologna of Mucca Design speaks about his beginnings in the business and recent projects, discloses how you can use low expectations to your advantage, and explains why he is not afraid of the rise of the template.
Pünktlich zum Jahreswechsel nehmen wir wieder unsere kleine Interviewreihe mit Sprechern der kommenden TYPO Berlin auf. Den Start macht Grafikdesigner und Art Director Johannes Erler, der als Gastkurator mit einer Gruppe von Gleichgesinnten das Programm eines ganzen Tages auf der TYPO Show-Bühne gestalten wird. Das Motto: »Strictly no design!«