TYPO San Francisco Wraps Today
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SAN FRANCISCO — After an invigorating first day of creative presentations from design leaders, TYPO Connect heads into its final day at the Novellus Theater at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) today.
Additionally, today's schedule in the Novellus Theater is:
In the Screening Room at YBCA, today's schedule is as follows:
Additionally, Damon Styer of New Bohemia Signs will lead a workshop in the Youth Lounge from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This workshop has limited seating of just 20 spots, and is first come, first served.
Erik Spiekermann, Jan Abrahms and Kali Nikitas will facilitate the presentations at the event. For a complete conference schedule, please see typotalks.com/SanFrancisco/Schedule.
Friday’s schedule also includes an Adobe-sponsored after party at Public Works from 7 to 10 p.m. This event is 21 and over and requires a TYPO Badge for entry.
TYPO sponsors include FontShop (Presenting), FontFont, Adobe (After Party), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (WiFi), Superstock (Coffee Breaks), Emigre, Communication Arts, Print, and How. Major partners include Zynga (Speakers Dinner), AIGA — San Francisco, and Type Directors Club. For more on TYPO sponsors and partners, please visit typotalks.com/SanFrancisco/Sponsorship.
TYPO Conferences are a huge success in Europe. TYPO Berlin has become Europe’s premier annual design conference featuring a veritable who’s-who from the elite of design with cultural commentary and social relevance presenting a design barometer of the rapidly changing creative arena of the last 17 years, and as you might expect, more than a little key knowledge of the world of typography. TYPO London premiered in London to rave reviews in October 2011.
About TYPO San Francisco Connect
San Francisco is a key location for design. Technology and software development have seamlessly entered the design process with creativity and innovation underpinning the way people are educated, conduct business and think about society. We all connect with the world every day. Good design makes this fun and easy, bad design ruins the experience. Being overly connected can be fulfilling or overwhelming. Disconnecting can be a relief or isolating. And all of this is changing constantly with technology. TYPO San Francisco brings together incredible speakers from both European and American design communities to share their work and insights on what it means to connect.