Don't discuss – prototype! by Steffen Blunk & Riccardo Lardi, iart ag

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Hello digital creatives!

We’re excited to welcome you for the next session on October 2nd. Register fast, seats are limited to a maximum of 75! You’ll have the opportunity to meet other digital creatives, share knowledge, socialize and enjoy interesting talks from the coolest folks in the digital industry!

Come by for some snacks and beer sponsored by WONDROUS! Anyone interested in design is welcome; whether you are just starting out or already a seasoned professional, we’ll try to make this special for you.

When you sign up for the event your seat is reserved and we expect you here. In the interest of fair play please cancel your registration at least 24 hours before the meetup if it turns out you can’t attend (thanks for that).


18:30 Open Doors
19:00-19:45 - "Don't discuss – prototype!" by Steffen Blunk & Riccardo Lardi, Scenographer & Interaction Designer @iart ag
19:45-20:00 - Q&A with Steffen & Riccardo
20:30 - BEERS, socialising & FUN

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About the talk
"Our designs often emerge or change during the process, through trial and error and testing." According to the motto 'Don't discuss — prototype!' Steffen & Riccardo would like to show you how they meet the challenges at the interface between the digital and the analog world. On the basis of realised media facades and room installations, they will investigate this assertion and give insights into their way of working.

About iart
Since 2001, iart realises projects at the cutting edge between media, art and technology, giving a special focus to spatial interaction. They meet complex design challenges by leveraging their background as an engineering firm to serve as an interdisciplinary competence centre drawing from expertise in management, design, engineering and servicing. The combined skills of their team and their many years of experience allow them to cater to the needs of diverse cultural, architectural and commercial projects.