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The Typo Berlin 2011 is over but the impressions I had in the last three days will stay. I had the chance to join so many fantastic talks from incredible speakers.
My favorite tracks (and these are quit a lot)
Oliver Reichenstein @ia (EN)
We are the medium.
Yesterday the Typo Berlin conference started with a three day program, packed with a huge number of talks, shows and workshops. The keynote was held by Christoph Keese (Head of Public Affairs at Axel Springer): "The tablet as medium: successful editorial cocepts, how to earn money with them".
Yesterday was another day with awesome talks at Future of Web Design. Ethan Marcotte started this day with his speech about Responsive Web Design. For the last few month he worked on the redesign of the Boston Globe Website (launch is coming soon). He pointed out how designers and developers worked together to achieve the most valuable product.
Yesterday was the first day of the Future of Web Design Conference in London. Speakers like Aarron Walter (Transforming Ideas into Interfaces), Mike Kus (Designing for Humans) and Aral Balkan (Making the New Everyday Things) rocked the stage.
Aarron's talk about creativity and wireframing was very inspiring. He pointed out how changing the environment and sharing your ideas with people can help you solving proplems.
Finally today the Future of Web Design conference in London starts. The lineup predicts a great variety of interesting talks.
The second day of re:publica XI started of with an interesting overview over "The Internet of Elsewhere" by Cyrus Farivar.
I am back in Berlin for the re:publica XI conference, for another round of exciting exchange of ideas and, networking with other Webster mates.
This year, it seems that there is a strong focus on political and societal shifts induced by Digital Media.
180 corporate reps and PR pros gathered at tonight's event on "Social Media in Switzerland", hosted by Zurich Financial Services.