Re:Solutions 2016

What is Re:Solutions?

Re:Solutions is a one-day conference dedicated to re:starting the new year inspired, informed, and re:invigorated.

About Re:Solutions

The day is broken down into two parts. In the morning, re:charge your creativity in one of three hands-on workshops. Then in the afternoon, re:engage your mind as you glean from the knowledge and experience of four key speakers.

Re:solve to attend this re:warding event and don't forget to re:gister!


2016 Line-Up

Morning Workshops

(NOTE: Workshops happen simultaneously from 9am -11am so you can only select and attend one workshop!)



User Experience Design: The Basics

9am - 11am | with Paul Hershey

In this class you will learn the basics of user experience design. We will break into groups and ideate on a simple webpage concept. We will sketch out ideas, wireframe, and design the page. We will then place the designs in front of a panel of judges where the winning team will receive a free year subscription to Skillshare. You will come out of the workshop with some fun new tricks that you can start applying to your daily design work right away.


Essential After Effects: Understanding & Learning

9am - 11am | with Matt Dombrowski

This is an introductory to intermediate course for those looking to expand your work flow into the world motion graphics. We will be discussing After Effects essentials and how to incorporate various industry standard techniques into your into your professional workflow.

What you will learn: The After Effects interface, Photoshop integration, application of animation principles, and the elements of a 3-D logo build.

Materials to bring:

  • Participants must provide their own computers with a Adobe After Effects installed.


Creating a Children's Book

9am - 11am | with Children's Book Illustrator/Author Ethan Long

Join Ethan Long (www.ethanlong.com) in a brainstorming session as he takes a simple idea from the audience and transforms it into a marketable children’s book idea. Concepting, sketching, revising, and some rules of writing will be explored. Needed: pencil/pen and sketch/notebook and a quick wit.


General Session



Keynote Speakers

Speakers subject to change without notice
1pm - 5pm 

Chris Robb

Push


Susana Gay, Threehaus & Will Gay, Disney


Justin Mezzell 

Art Director at Code School


Brian Singer 

Design Manager at Pinterest 


Continue the Conversation



After Party

5pm - 7pm

Ember


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Cancellation / Refund Policy

AIGA Orlando will refund 75% of registration fee for cancellations received by 5:00pm two (2) business days prior to the event. Regrettably, no refunds will be made after this deadline.

Photo/Video Policy

The event will be videotaped and photographed. Content gathered at the event may be used commercially, and by attending the event you will be giving AIGA Orlando your consent to be recorded for this purpose.

Disclaimer

AIGA Orlando reserves the right to cancel or postpone an event, at any time, and for any reason. In the event that a cancellation or postponement occurs the following policies shall apply:

  • If the event is postponed due to reasons beyond AIGA Orlando’s control, the event will be scheduled to a later date. Date, time, and place to be advised. If you are not able to attend on the new date of the event, a complete refund will be issued to attendees who have paid for that event.

  • When an event is canceled because of AIGA Orlando's own decision and not due to reasons beyond their control, a complete refund will be issued to attendees who have paid for that event. The sole compensation for cancellation or other remedies shall not exceed the event registration fee. No other refunds shall be provided.

When & Where
Sat, Jan 30, 2016 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Church Street Exchange Building
101 S Garland Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
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