Make the Transition: Traditional Design to the Web - Web414 May Meeting

When: Thursday, May 10, 2012 - 7:00PM
Where: Bucketworks - 706 South 5th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53204

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Are you a traditional designer or design student and are looking to jump start your path to working with the web? We will have a presentation from designers who are experienced in doing just that. Join us to learn how to design for the web, when your background had been in the traditional print format.

Mark Fairbanks (@MarkFairbanks) of Translator

Mark is the cofounder of Translator, an ideation lab and experience design firm.

Along with Cindi Thomas, he helps lead design thinking, brand strategy development and creative execution for both established companies and start-ups alike. He is also a cofounder of two other startups through the Translator Lab program: Shindig, the first crowd-powered event booking platform, and Meet•Meme, the first social media trading card.

His presentation "Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable" traces his transition from a veteran of traditional advertising/design agencies to embracing digital technology platforms and the connection economy.

Irina Becker (@IrinaBecker) - Creatage, Inc.

Irina is Senior Art Director at a marketing agency, Creatage. She focuses on the conception and design of high end websites, rich internet applications, banners and direct mail.

Irina Becker will talk about what you need to know when transitioning from print to web, and will also share a few tips and resources she finds helpful.

Sponsored by C2 Graphics Productivity Solutions

May's meetup is proudly sponsored by C2 Graphics Productivity Solutions. They will be providing Pizza and Drinks for the event. Check out C2 for training and freelance opportunities at

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