“Thanks for focusing!”
Jen Bilik: Losing Focus to Find Focus (& Vice Versa): A Tale of Creativity, Business & Self
Tash Wong: Oh Sh!t, I Have to Make It Now. Stories of Becoming a Creative Entrepreneur
Chip Kidd: Goats and the Men Who Ride Them
Sarah Hyndman: Tasting Type
Erik Marinovich: Everything After Z
Daniel Gjøde: Young and Stupid
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Focus permeates the designer’s everyday world – from specializing in one specific area or discipline, concentrating on getting that client project done on deadline, or zooming in on the pixels of your typeface. Within the industry, shifts in focus are constant. Does a designer choose to learn web, print, mobile or be a jack-of-all-trades? Does a graphic designer take on type design? Should a visual artist delve into UX? Do type foundries dedicate more attention to webfonts? By focusing on “Focus,” TYPO San Francisco will bring together a diverse slate of international and local speakers to explore this theme through a creative’s lens.
Focus your sights on San Francisco on April 30-May 1, 2015. With an emphasis on design, society, culture – with a little bit of kerning, the two-day conference adapts one of Europe’s most successful design events with a Bay Area twist.
With: Yusef Alahmad, Jen Bilik, Nadine Chahine, Menno Cruijsen, Carolina de Bartolo, Tobias Frere-Jones, Agustin Garza, Nataly Gattegno, Daniel Gjøde, Adam Lewis Greene, Sarah Hyndman, Alastair Johnston, Chip Kidd, Ellen Lupton, Thomas Phinney, Louise Sandhaus, Rob Saunders, Joachim Sauter, Mark Simonson, Sumner Stone, Tash Wong and more.
|Ticket Costs||until Jan 15, 2015||Jan 16-Mar 15, 2015||from March 15, 2015|
The number of tickets in all categories is limited.
For those traveling to San Francisco: lectures will begin on Thursday at 10 am and end on Friday evening at 7 pm. Badge pickup begins at 9 a.m. on Thursday, with an early pickup option TBA on Wednesday afternoon. Join other attendees Friday night at the TYPO Night After Party.
Program subject to change. Errors and omissions excepted.
Your MyTYPO account allows you to find out who is participating in the conference, to give feedback and rate presentations. Did you miss a presentation? No problem: Most presentations are available online and can be accessed through your MyTYPO account.
After your ticket booking, you will receive an invitation to MyTYPO by e-mail.
We use Eventbrite for the ticket sale process. After registration you will receive a confirmation and receipt via email.
When buying student or faculty tickets, you must provide relevant proof of academic status.
Full cancellation of reservations is possible in writing and free of charge until March 15, 2015. Thereafter (until April 1, 2015), cancellations will cost an administrative fee of $100.
There will be no reimbursement after April 1, 2015. Absence from the conference does not entitle to reimbursement of the admission fee. In any case of cancellation please contact email@example.com.
A participant who is unable to attend the conference may name a substitute in writing. Student tickets may be transferred to student substitutes, professional tickets to professional substitutes. In any case of changing the participant please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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