The Design Evenings team is excited to announce some partnerships in 2015!
Design Summit in Hyderabad brings together designers, creators, and entrepreneurs for a celebration of the achievements of the design community in India. Expect less of a conference and more of a festival!
Register here: http://designsummit.in/ticket.html and join us on March 11th.
HasGeek continues to engage with Design Evenings as a community partner. Watch out for more information about a Meta Refresh pre-event.
Meta Refresh is a conference on the construction of the user experience on the web. This year’s edition is on 16 & 17 April 2015.
If you haven’t already done so, buy your tickets here: https://in.explara.com/beta/meta-refresh. It’s well worth it!
Rosenfeld has created a coupon for Design Evenings that provides a 20% discount on any of their books! Use: DEHYD2015.
Rosenfeld Media provides deep user experience design expertise in the formats you need: 20 books, over 50 workshops, and consulting from dozens of the field’s top experts. http://rosenfeldmedia.com
Please thank them on Twitter at: @rosenfeldmedia
Here’s wishing everyone a happy, creative, and fulfilling 2015!
We managed to do quite a bit last year. The Design Evening community grew to almost 300 members, we had events every month, met new folk, and learnt new stuff!
If you couldn’t join us, we began the year with several learning-through-doing sessions where we solved grassroots or open-source design problems. We changed course a little and went back to basics to bring some of our newer design buddies along.
We have a lot planned for the year! Before we kick it off though, we figured a small celebrations is in order. So, the first session of the year is “Design & Daaru” (aka Design Happy Hour)
We hope you can join us to hang out with old friends, meet new ones, and navigate your 2015 design journey with other creatives.
Please RSVP and we hope to see you there.
WHEN: Thursday, January 15th. 5pm onwards
WHERE: Heart Cup, Jubilee Hills
Thanks to our sponsors there will be some free goodies at the event!
We’re meeting on Saturday, December 13th to discuss Ordering Disorder. It’s a session dedicated grids and layout!
We have two awesome speakers lined up for the event!
- Arpan Chinta will provide an overview of grids in web layout and how to work within and outside of them. Learn from experience and learn through examples.
- Jai Undurti will be speaking about panel breakdowns in comic books. How does one break up the action in a page into discrete panels/images; also some context on translating script into a coherent visual narrative.
Space is limited, so please RSVP!
As with any design evening, the event is full of dialog, discussions, and learning from each other. So, come join us with your examples and stories of what has worked and not in your lives!
More about our speakers:
Arpan been designing & developing web applications for more than 9 years. He now specialize in cross-device Responsive Web Design and Web application accessibility. Arpan is a designer at Uncommon. https://twitter.com/arpancj. Jai helped start Every City is a Story, which is a unique city-centric graphic storytelling initiative. His current projects include “The Robots of Dharma”, a series set in a dystopian India. His interests include Science-Fiction, chess and writing on travel.
He is the creative director of Syenagiri, a boutique pre-production house.
Earlier this year we decided to go back to basics for a little while!
Join us for the last Design Evening session of the year, where we wrap up our Visual Design 101 series with a discussion about grids in print & web layout.
As always, you’ll also have the opportunity to mingle and network with other creatives, eat some yummy snacks, and get your creative juices flowing!
Please RSVP and see you soon!
Here are some pictures from our previous sessions:
Hello design buddies,
Here are two exciting announcements from Design Evenings!
Next Design Evening
On Nov 22nd at 3:00 pm we are talking about Visual Design. We’ll be discussing colour theory, layouts, and typography. We will also spend a bunch of time exploring sites we find inspiring or exciting!
Register for Design Evening
Startup Weekend Hyderabad
Design Evening members get a discount for the Startup Weekend event!
Join us at Startup Weekend Hyderabad: build skills, meet incredible people, and launch successful startups.
Register for Startup Weekend
Non-designers: Use SWDE for 30% discount
Designers: Use SWDESIGN for 40% for all the designers
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Design Evenings is a group that fosters and celebrates creative communities.
We meet twice a month and discuss design, solve a problem, or just hang out with other designers.
We invite designers, innovators, and thinkers from all disciplines to join us.
We are moving to a bi-monthly format. Yep, get your creative juices flowing twice a month! Don’t forget to sign up for announcements and RSVP for future events!
Here’s the schedule for the next couple months:
- October 18: Screening of Objectified & Design Case Studies
- November 1st: UX Clinic
- November 15th: Visual Design + your faves
DE Bangalore is thriving and meet weekly at Collab.House! Their next meeting is tomorrow, Sept 25th. Find out more on Facebook.
Bangalore Design Evenings are broad by design – the goal of these recurring weekly meets is to enable interactive discussions and allow Designers as well as Design Enthusiasts to learn from each other in real time.
In addition to discovering new Innovation Paradigms and hearing stories that inspire – these evenings are meant to serve interdisciplinary professionals who wouldn’t normally cross paths to meet, collaborate and learn about what their peers are doing across the city.
Bangalore Design Evenings core collective comprises of Kavita Arora and Venkatesh Bilvam. Get in touch on Facebook.
Our Agenda for Thursday 25th September, 2014 is as follows:
1. Social Design: A pitch on how and why we should participate in the Human Centered Design course offering by Open-IDEO
2. We will conclude our evening with a quick brainstorming for the next topics to be discussed in the weeks to come!
Welcome to the first book review session at Design Evening! Like we decided last time, we are mixing it up a bit.
Many formats, many leaders, lot’s of learning, and loads of fun!
Join us on September 20th when Tarun Ayitham and Amit Mishra will present core concepts from The Design of Everyday Things (Don Norman). We’ll spend the remainder of the time discussing design in our daily lives.
WHEN: Saturday, September 20th at 3:00 pm
WHERE: Hyderabad Institute of Liberal Arts (403, B block, Delta Seacon, Road 11, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad – 500034.)
Call 8008105850 if you get lost.