RGD’s free Future By Design January 27 webcast to explore “The Future Of Making”

Panelists will include Moderator Marawan El-Asfahani RGD, Partner and CEO, Jacknife as well as (left to right) Craighton Berman, Designer, Illustrator and Creative Director, Craighton Berman Studio; Heather Fraser, Founder & CEO, Vuka Innovation Inc.; and Randy Hunt, Creative Director, Etsy.
Panelists will include (left to right) Craighton Berman, Designer, Illustrator and Creative Director, Craighton Berman Studio; Heather Fraser, Founder & CEO, Vuka Innovation Inc.; and Randy Hunt, Creative Director, Etsy.

On Tuesday, January 27, the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) will host a free Future by Design webcast panel discussion that will be screened live in 17 cities across Canada.

The discussion topic – The Future Of Making – will explore how the process of creation is being transformed by new technology, new attitudes and new methods of working. Panelists will cover the new society of makers, the culture of customization and the inner workings of collaborative creation.

Attendees will learn what tools, products and protocols might be in store for the next generation from the experts who are already “making” it.

rgdmaking1-inPanelists will include Moderator Marawan El-Asfahani RGD, Partner and CEO, Jacknife; Craighton Berman, Designer, Illustrator and Creative Director, Craighton Berman Studio; Heather Fraser, Founder & CEO, Vuka Innovation Inc. (pictured previously); and Randy Hunt, Creative Director, Etsy.

For more information and to register please visit http://www.rgd.ca/events-and-programs/rgd-events/events/597.php.

Future By Design is a series of webcast discussions featuring professionals and experts sharing their thoughts on a variety of topics. As a virtual event, it invites cities across Canada to host local screening venues where members of the community can gather to watch panelists’ presentations, conduct their own group discussions and participate via webcam in a question-and-answer session.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.