By Egotist / / With AI spitting out nearly everything from logos to 3D-printed homes, how can designers stay relevant in our robotized, templatized design world? That’s the nugget that sparked two Bay Area women design leaders to conceive In/Visible Talks, a new design conference that digs into the creative process, uncovering the insights, imagination and connections that can only come from the human mind. Launching January 11th in San Francisco, In/Visible Talks will bring together creatives of all mediums—product, architecture, advertising, UX, graphic design, fine art and more—to share the real stories/thinking/play/and process behind the design: lessons in getting unstuck; finding creative confidence; mining ideas in the most bizarro places; and all the challenges…and screw ups. Design firm Noise 13’s Dava Guthmiller and artist Arianna Orland did all the branding for the project (see below). If you’re interested, get all the information here.
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