Penny Wolin as we have two in-depth audio-visual seminars for best professional practices for color and file management in the digital age. Our first session will begin with a thorough understanding of color practices used during the analog era and move forward into ICC profiling of monitor, paper and output device. With a colorimeter that we all can use, you will be able to profile your monitors in the session. We will move forward into using ICC profiles for printing output onto paper that comes from your printer or an outside vendor. Our second meeting will cover RAW file processing, editing, white balancing your camera, color temperatures of light, 18% reference grey cards and more.
He was the first creative director of MTV and the last president of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons. Fred founded Next New Networks (acquired by YouTube). He’s on the board of directors of Sawhorse Media, and was the first investor in Tumblr.
Frederator Networks is Channel Frederator, the leading online cartoon network, Frederator Studios, an independent production company with hits on Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon, Cartoon Hangover, the home of Bravest Warriors and Bee & PuppyCat (the most funded web series Kickstarter in history), and Frederator Books. Frederator distributes hundreds of independently owned, animator operated, YouTube channels. WOW! Unlimited Media is the merger of Frederator, Rainmaker Entertainment, and Ezrin Hirsh (founded by veteran producer Bob Ezrin and animation pioneer Michael Hirsh).
We have always championed the unmistakable in defiance of the normal and the predictable. This obsession inspires our guiding principle, Love the Unmistakable®. Our work is simple, playful and inherently social. We strive to ensure that even a glimpse of advertising, product or packaging cannot be anything but the brand. Cutting through the noise and placing brands top of mind across media and culture.
How can a small country like Denmark be so successful in producing great design across multiple industries, while also staying ahead in the co-creation and design thinking — and continue to do so? The influence of Danish Design on global design (both past and present) is significant. Where does it come from, where is it today, and where is it going?
As part of HMCT’s In Conversation series, Vibeke Nødskov and Karoline Raben of DNAish.dk will dig into the history and the DNA of Danish design: is it a way of thinking, a lifestyle, a certain look, is the DNA already in our genes, is it a feeling, a taste, a smell or perhaps a combination?
Reception to follow.
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This week we’re fortunate to have Michael Brittain as a visiting artist. Michael is the creative director at Ignition Creative, a Playa Vista-based marketing firm, and oversees print advertising campaigns for films and TV shows. He formerly was Director of Print Design at FX Networks, where he worked for nine years on such series as Sons Of Anarchy, American Horror Story, Fargo, Justified and Louie.
Roy Tatum is a Portland based multidisciplinary designer. He’s worked on everything from wearables, to websites and apps, to printed matter and visual identities. He’s worked with and for companies like Apple, Nike, The California Science Center, Wove, Target, and The Rockefeller Foundation. Most recently, he was at Nike Digital, where he worked on a variety of projects across the product portfolio. He spent the bulk of his time at Nike working on a redesign of The Nike App and designing and launching The Nike App at Retail program. Roy started his career at IDEO New York, where he worked on product and service design projects. He graduated from ArtCenter College of Design with a degree in Graphic Design. His senior project, titled Unbound, examined the relationship between communication technologies, writing, and graphic design. It included pieces ranging from books and print media, to designing and programming interactive installations.