7 Lectures for Designers with Dribbble Meetup 2014
On May 24, in Moscow, at this informal conference for designers, two dozen strong and interesting specialists spoke.
We present you 7 of the most interesting lectures for designers.
one. Alex Bender well known in the dribbble community for his juicy skeomorphic icons, which he did not abandon even after the total flatization of everything and everyone. Alex explained why he considers this approach relevant and in demand, and also described the process of creating them step by step.
2. Dmitry Chuta shared his vision of how animation helps make apps and websites more lively and interactive. In the presentation there were many examples that solve various problems, including from the Chapps studio itself.
3. Stepan Burlakov talked about his experience of moving to the USA and working both as an independent designer and his own studio. He has extensive experience working on large-scale projects with large customers, as well as a successful example of running an agency’s business.
four. Tanya Sayenko became the first girl to speak at the meetup. She draws the kindest icons on Dribbble and talked about the nuances of creating them, including a step-by-step process and specifics of interaction with customers.
5. A small master class on creating illustrations was conducted by Max Kostenko… His characteristic spectacular works are in demand not only in Russia, and using the example of the famous poster for the Cannes Young Lions festival, he showed step by step his technique for creating such works.
6. A detailed review of mobile application prototyping tools was prepared by Oleg Andrianov from the Odnoklassniki team. He went through the capabilities and limitations of the most demanded of them – Flinto, Marvel, InVision, and also provided a set of useful plugins and add-ons for working with mobile design.
7. Sasha Burt talked about the theory of color in relation to the nuances of display on the screens of modern devices.