Self-employed design consultant and strategist Sandra Dartnell talks about humans being used as public billboards and why the practice can be socially and emtionally degrading.
No video for YouTube upload available.
VIEW SIMILAR PRESENTATIONS
Surviving in the Advertisement Industry
BY NICOLÁS ORTEGA
@ VOL 10
ON AUG 01, 2013
Graphic designer turned creative director, Nicolas Ortega shares his thoughts on teamwork and survival skills in the world of advertising agencies. This is where, according to him, you don't need to be particularly talented at anything but you must learn to recognize who you should be working with. (In Spanish)
Better than Fiction: How Owning My Story Changed My Life
BY CARA PELLETIER
@ VOL 7
ON FEB 22, 2013
The hardest thing anyone can do is owning up to the shame and guilt in their life. However, when you do, you have the power to change it and create your own ending. Cara Pelletier, with 14 years of experience as a professional educator and a Product Mentor at HR/Payroll software company, tells her story of how her owning up to shame put her in control of her life and helped her reach out to people in her business.
Will you Marry Me? What Engagement Marketing Isn't.
BY EVELYNN RATCLIFFE
@ VOL 5
ON NOV 21, 2014
Evelynn Ratcliffe is an award winning marketer with more than 15 years’ experience building + activating strategic marketing programs. In her presentation, she talks about the evolution of marketing and defines what Engagement Marketing is, and why it’s important.
Human Library in Dushanbe
BY AZIZ TIMUROFF
@ VOL 1
ON JAN 27, 2017
Do you know about Human Library? With whom would you like to talk in a live format - maybe with gypsy, or with a female boxer, or with anybody else with an extraordinary life style or experience? Aziz Timuroff describe the process and his observation of that project, which can help to build a tolerance to a marginal groups.
You share 99.9% of your genetic code with every other human on earth
BY IONA INGLESBY
@ VOL 14
ON MAY 24, 2017
Did you know that you share 99.9% of your genetic code with every other human on earth. This leaves just 0.1% of your genes which make you.. you.
In this PechaKucha given by Iona Inglesby, as part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2017, Iona tells us the tale about how she established her company called Dot One which analyses part of this 0.1% to create prints and textiles personalised to you on a molecular level.