How good design can change anything for better is a motto of a design conference By Design held in Bratislava, Slovakia, on Sunday 18 May 2014.
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Differing Accents – First International Typographic and Lettering Conference of this kind at Prague College. From June 11 through June 14, 2012 at Prague College, Prague 2 –Vinohrady.
The two-days symposium will take place this year at the University of Arts in Poznań (Poland) on 18–19 June 2011. The theme of the conferences is type and typography. That is not going to change any time soon. This year TT aims to accentuate the social aspect of the symposium.
The Kupé 06 conference is focused on the aesthetic, geographical and even institutional relationships between visual cultures in central areas and on the outskirts. Stanica Žilina-Záriečie cultural centre, 22—23 Oct 2010, Žilina, Slovakia.
The AGI Open conference will take place on the 11th of October at Casa da Música, in Porto. Under the theme “Process is the project”, this event aims to contribute to the reflection and debate about the creative processes on design.
The 2010 edition of the ED-Festival will take place in Rotterdam from 27th to 30th May. For the fourth consecutive year, ED-Festival brings to life a unique event presenting the best communication design in Europe. Typo Magazine is a proud partner of the ED-Festival.
The Design Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice cordially invites all design teachers, researchers, students, alumni and professionals to participate in the 2nd International Design Conference under the heading “Responsibility in Graphic Design”, to be held on the 14–15th of January 2010 in Katowice at the Roundabout Art Gallery.
I found the fact the conference only had single-track lectures very comfortable. No dilemma whom to prefer. I was also pretty satisfied with the idea od 20-minute lectures, it led to a speakers’ briefness. During the third (and last) day I presented my collection of posters from the 1989 Velvet revolution.
The weather in Mexico City is pretty monotonous: there is a rain at least once a day. ATypI conference continued with a load of lectures. One of the most successful presentations was a story of the letter ñ by José Scaglione & Andreu Balius (published in TYPO #32). And what else?