I feel like the luckiest girl in the world to have met all the amazing folks who put on this year's FITC Toronto conference, as well as the incredible panel of speakers and attendees. Once again, I'm leaving a design conference totally floored and inspired. The world is a beautiful place. A very special thank you to Shawn Pucknell, Lisa Walters, and Andrew Fraser to name only a few of the FITC superheroes. I was surrounded by ultra-smart and creative folks for 3 days straight—I can only hope that I was able to absorb some of their radiant energies. A truly interdisciplinary conference with something for everyone, I had a few favorites, mostly geared around visual creative delights. They were: James White, Hydro74, Nando Costa, Memo Akten, Dan Mall, and Anton Repponen and Irene Pereyra of F-I.
I gave my talk about figuring out your process as you go... because that's how I figured it out, and still figure it out. I try to create a "fail-friendly" environment where I can experiment and learn from my own mistakes. You can read a summary of my talk on the FITC newsroom blog.
Was a pleasure Toronto... hope to be back again soon.