As creators, it's easy to build stuff that makes us happy. But how do we get outside of our own heads and deliver meaningful work that will not only reach but inspire the right people? In this presentation, we'll highlight artists who follow a similar design process and yet deliver completely different works of art. Whether you’re designing an app, an event poster, a piece of social media content or an art installation, you'll learn how to deliver an experience with the right appeal and maximum impact.
• Levi Bethune - Epipheo
• Matt Dooley - Dooley Media/Kapture
• Jason Snell - We Have Become Vikings
Free coffee and breakfast will be provided.
About Dooley Media:
Dooley media is your partner in taking full advantage of social technologies to connect with key stakeholders and grow your business. We specialize in social media strategy development, execution, measurement and education. Whether you’re just getting started with social media or looking to take it to the next level, dooley media will apply a customized, strategic framework to keep you ahead of the game. Our goal is to take what you already do well and bring it online into shareable platforms that extend the reach and impact of your brand.
We create top-quality video content for massive fortune 100 companies that we can't even mention here, as well as small businesses and startups you haven't heard of...yet. We work with, around, among, beyond, and for agencies. We're kind of a secret agency.
Make Your Moments Heard. The best things you hear throughout the day come and go in an instant. Kapture makes it easy to save any 60-second snippet of audio after-the-fact, without taking you out of the moment.
About We Have Become Vikings:
WHBV creates everything from identities, motion graphics, videos, posters, websites, publications, broadcast packages, illustrations, and photography, to name a few. We call Cincinnati home, and our clients range from companies on the Fortune 100 list to small coffee shops in our own neighborhood. Our creations happen through asking questions, working hard, and allowing for the discovery process to excite and inspire us.