May RUX MeetingPosted: May 13, 2011
Just Do It! How Making Something Every Day Will Make You a Better Designer
In June 2007, designer Noah Scalin decided he would make a skull out of orange paper. This simple creative act turned out to be the first step in a long journey of discovery and craftsmanship. Noah made a skull every day for a full year. Every day. And then kept going.
In this talk, Noah will describe the process, commitment, discipline and joy of making a something every day. This engaging and inspiring presentation is filled with practical lessons that designers at all levels can apply to their own life and work.
After the presentation:
- Buy a copy of Noah’s book, 365: A Daily Creativity Journal: Make Something Every Day and Change Your Life!
Richmond User Experience (RUX) hosts informal monthly meetings to help local designers network and facilitate discussions. Recent topics have included: UX conference recaps, design critique, prototyping, Agile/UX, personas, and book discussions. Meetings are free and open to practitioners at all levels.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Affinion Loyalty Group
7814 Carousel Lane
(Near the intersection of Parham and Broad)