Join us for a night celebrating user interface design as we look to the future with an eye on the present. We have a host of outstanding UI designers waiting to talk you through their work, inspirations and where they think the industry is heading.
Because no one captures the imagination of technology like Hollywood, we’ve collected together a group of super talented designers making futuristic UI for film and TV, in addition to one of the designers pioneering how we create design for screen.
Johanna’s work at Studio Output focuses on the space where brands and digital experiences meet. In this talk she’ll study the way real-world interfaces are evolving beyond the screen, and explore what that means for design skills which have been traditionally visual. What exciting opportunities for creativity will this present in the future? And what skills will future designers need to exploit them?
Pablo is the lead designer on Studio and also co-founder of Carbon Health. He gives design workshops and share design tutorials on YouTube. He has a design podcast in Spanish and he writes silly comics.
Andrew and BLIND Ltd create user interfaces for some of the biggest films around. From Star Wars to Kingsman, DC Cinematic Universe and the Nolan Batman trilogy, Andrew and his team design the increasingly prevalent user interfaces, holograms and tactical displays in feature films reflecting the expanding human-computer interaction in our everyday lives.
Sam will share Territory Studio’s acclaimed motion graphic design and visual effects work. With a string of science fiction, near future and action films from Ready Player One, Blade Runner 2049, Ghost in the Shell to The Martian and games Horizon Zero Dawn, the studio’s UI, 3D and holographic designs straddle Hollywood and Silicon Valley, helping to shape audience expectations of future technology and environments.
Note: Basak Haznedaroglu was originally listed to be part of the event but due to work commitments has had to pull out. She has been replaced by colleague Pablo Stanley who will be discussing InVision Studio.
Note: Gemma Kingsley was originally listed to be part of the event but due to work commitments has had to pull out. She has been replaced by the excellent Johanna Drewe from Studio Output.