AIGA Honolulu is honored to have three nationally recognized designers join us for a morning to share their favorite work and talk about their process, the designer-client relationship, and work-life balance.
9:30 AM CHECK-IN
Talk: "The Hidden Talents of Everyday Things"
New York, NY
Kelli Anderson is an artist/designer and tinkerer who is always experimenting with new means of making images and experiences. She draws, photographs, cuts, prints, codes, and creates a variety of designed things for herself and others. From interactive paper to layered, experimental websites, everything begins and ends in her New York studio which houses a 1919 letterpress and an assortment of other benevolent contraptions. She also teaches art history at Pratt every summer.
Talk: "Don’t Make Design So Difficult."
For the past 14 years Jay Fletcher has been living & working in Charleston, South Carolina as a graphic designer, illustrator, and art director. In 2004, as a means of burning off unused creativity, a budding freelance career took root as a late-night side gig. Kegs of coffee were brewed, momentum built, and now J Fletcher Design has a stable of clients ranging from Nickelodeon to his niece, work featured in international industry publications, and shelves of recognition from some of the design world’s most prominent voices.
11:45 AM CHECK-IN
Talk: "21st Century Clients"
MMSF San Francisco, CA
Since 2000, Peter Markatos has engaged in a wide variety of Interactive and Branding projects for clients of all industries. He has worked on high-profile projects for companies such as Genentech, XBOX, Nokia, Amazon, and Discovery Channel providing design expertise in a variety of disciplines. He was one of the two original designers of the Facebook identity, and works frequently with many of Silicon Valley’s leading startups and venture firms (i.e. Founder’s Fund, CRV).
In July 2006, he joined up with Tyler Moore and co-founded MM in San Francisco. There he serves as Creative Director and Principal and continues to provide award winning Brand Strategy and Interaction Design. His passion lies in finding the story within each brand and creating compelling ways to share them.
He hails from Kansas, where he graduated from KU with a degree in Religious Psychology. He loves to cook, listen to a plethora of music, take photos and make art when he’s not being a dad.
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Clarence Lee Design & Associates
AIO (PacificBasin Communications)
Honolulu Design Center
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