Tablet Design Q&A Event: April 3
Tablets are opening new horizons--and requiring new skills--for designers. Now interaction design is an important part of overall publication design. Wondering how much you need to know as you enter the field? Come join us Wednesday, April 3 as a great group of pros discuss how tablets have impacted publishing and what you, as students, should be aware of.
Advance ticket sales has ended, but you can still buy a ticket at the door tonight. Click thru for price and location details (and remember SPD Student Members are free!)...
MAGAZINES & TABLETS: What's Working (And What's Not!)
How has story planning and layout construction changed? How has video and animation been added to the magazine mix? What are entry-level designers expected to know regarding tablets and mobile in general? How you can YOU learn the basics of iPad design on your own to better prepare you for the real world? Join pros from Men's Health, Fast Company, Conde Nast and more to get all these questions (and your own!) discussed and answered.
WHENWednesday, April 3, 20137:00 pm (will end around 8:30 pm) WHEREType Directors Club347 West 36th Street, Suite 603 (between 8th and 9th Avenues)New York, NY 10018
WANT TO COME?
Advance ticket sales have ended, but you can buy tickets at the door.
• FREE for SPD Student Members!
• $5 for TDC Student Members
• $15 General Admission and SPD Professional Members
• Not a member? Join SPD as a Student Member now and then admission to this event is free! Plus free or discounted future events for a year, a copy of our SPD Annual, 3 free entries in our Student Design Competition, access to members-only content on the blog (which will soon include job and internship listings!) and lots, lots more! Membership fees for students attending schools in the Tri-State Area (includes NY, NJ and CT) is $50, and for those outside of the area, it's $40. Considering the SPD Annual alone costs about $60 and each Student Competition Entry is $10, this is an awesome deal! (Let's not forget how good it'll look on your resume.)