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Dan Berlin shares advice on developing your content strategy for social media.
Slides from this talk are available at http://www.slideshare.net/Banderlin/social-media-content-strategy-13278615.
AKA "Wise advice (that we would probably receive) from the grandparents of the world, to guide us in our mentoring relationships..."
Steve Denning offers sage advice for those on both sides of the mentoring relationship
Mike Ryan presents some lessons for mentees in the style of motivational posters.
Slides for this presentation are at http://www.slideshare.net/ryaninteractive/motivational-lessons-for-mentees.
Susan Mercer shares her perspective on informal mentoring, including what makes a good mentor and mentee.
Slides for this presentation are at http://www.slideshare.net/smercer0114/informal-mentoring.
Chauncey Wilson draws parallels between the Culinary and Digital user experiences.
Presenter: Jack Anderson
Biography: I am a designer from the entertainment industry with projects from A Bug's Life to ESPN Sports Center to the largest solar system model in the U.S. I'm currently combining 3D AutoCAD modeling with solar geometry. I am an avid motorcyclist who rode 8000 miles from Loa Angeles to Portland Maine in 2009. Alaska this summer!
Description: Zonies have a love-hate relationship with sun. We live here for the nice days then spend 6 months of the year avoiding sun and seeking AC. The ancient cliff dwellers used precise solar geometry to design thier apartments. All of our new architecture and landscaping can be precisely designed for summer shade, winter heat and natural light.
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In many creative fields, space is an essential design element.
It might be referred to as 'negative space' in art, 'white space' in graphic design, or pauses between notes in music. Defining space is an essential part of the architect's job.
Understanding how creative professionals use space can help us consider our own life choices in a new light.
Nikunj Jain, a student in the graduate program at the College for Creative Studies, Speaking about Anthropomorphism in the design of sustainable vehicles.
Architect Natasha Markham talks about the history of windows, and why they are a critical component of design.