Space Out: Sketch Your Ride for the Next Century
RSVP Required - Extraterrestrial travel is within our (civilian) grasp and it’s time for designers, dreamers, and wannabe astronauts to come together to imagine the future. Using pen and paper, we’ll sketch our ultimate personal spaceship while honing our ability to quickly illustrate ideas as physical objects and interfaces. Whether your approach borders on the rational or the fantastic, you’ll push your creativity and problem-solving skills while learning a valuable process and having fun. Sketching is a great way to quickly express ideas, iterate and share with others. Absolutely no drawing experience required!
What to Bring:
Instructor will provide pencils, erasers, and paper. Participants are welcome to bring their own.
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For more than a decade, Jill has focused on creating digital experiences that influence behavior and add value to peopleʼs lives. By working with global brands such as Nike, Nokia, GE, and T-Mobile, she has become fluent at extending product experiences to the digital space and across physical environments. Jill is the Executive Director of Product Design at the Barbarian Group, working with clients to develop long-term product experiences and overseeing the Interaction Design group. Previously, Jill was an Executive Creative Director at R/GA, a key player behind the design of the Nike+ platform which was named “Campaign of the Decade” by Adweek and the One Club.
Jillʼs work has garnered a dozen industry awards including the Cannes Titanium Lion, Cannes Cyber Lion, Clio Interactive Grand, and D&AD Black Pencil. Her "FlyOver Channel" concept was chosen as “Best in Category” in I.D. magazine's 2009 Annual Design Review. She has juried several competitions including the Clios, Communication Arts and Core 77. Jill teaches at the Interaction Design MFA program at the School of Visual Arts, is on the board of directors for AIGA New York and regularly contributes to PSFK.