Kevin Farner ,
11 Feb 05:30 PM
11 Feb 05:48 PM
Loved every minute of it.
I was so happy to hear references to works I read in grad school! Another great with a humanistic perspective on the purpose of design.
12 Feb 02:05 AM
Enjoyed Dick's fluent style, references to design history, easy way of relating both to his material and conversationally to the previous speakers' content.
14 Feb 09:13 PM
I have never been to design school. This talk has led me to recognize that there is a gap in my knowledge, that I rely very heavily on intuition, and that I have to do something about it. I walked away inspired, encouraged, corrected, and with an excellent reading list.
15 Feb 04:27 AM
I agree with Will. +1
15 Feb 03:59 PM
Really inspiring talk. Thanks!
16 Feb 08:02 PM
Great talk, another of those where for some it was a reminder and others a whole new world of inquiry. He's a master teacher and it shows. I liked that he had no slides (though do know that some other designers struggled because they're so overtly visual).
17 Feb 02:56 AM
Inspiring and insightful. Definitely enjoyable with some real and practical takeaways.
17 Feb 05:48 PM
Great talk. This left me feeling very inspired.
17 Feb 07:51 PM
24 Feb 04:49 AM
Amazing. Loved everything about it.
28 Feb 08:01 PM
Excellent! After being spoiled by Bill Verplank's diagramming, I missed having even a little bit of visuals to support understanding "the cross of pain" in particular.
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February 11, 2011 — 09:30 AM
Boulder, CO (Map It)
February 9-12, 2011
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