New Adventures 2020

📍 Nottingham, United Kingdom

New Adventures 2020 will form a clear narrative addressing significant issues facing humanity: the climate crisis and what design-minded practitioners can do about it; privilege and modern ethics; speculative design, and the ways designers can encourage conversations to serve people better, and avoid ethical catastrophes in the future. Kickstarting a new decade, this fifth adventure will explore speculative, strategic and critical design, radical inclusivity, climate and sustainability, and the perennial question of what happens next.

🎟 Tickets

£165 — conference early bird. £195 — conference regular. £100 — conference student. £275 — full-day workshop.
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🏢 Venue

Nottingham Albert Hall
North Circus St
NG1 5AA, Nottingham
United Kingdom

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📇 Organization

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🏋️‍♀️ Workshops

Building Better Worldswith, Cennydd Bowles
22 Jan 2020
Nottingham Albert HallNorth Circus StreetNottingham
User experience teams have refashioned corporate and public perceptions of design, but designers can do more to help make sense of our complex and changing world. With technologists facing unprecedented scrutiny and public pressure, it’s vital our industry thinks intelligently about the sort of future we want to create.
Kirby CMSwith, Bastian Allgeier
Nottingham Albert HallNorth Circus StreetNottingham
Learn how to build websites with Kirby CMS from scratch. Kirby is a fast and flexible file-based content management system used by companies like Daimler AG, EasyJet, Mozilla, Harvard and more.
Colour Workflow on the Webwith, Geri Coady
Nottingham Albert HallNorth Circus StreetNottingham
Colour is a powerful tool that affords seemingly endless design possibilities, but we often design with only one type of colour vision in mind—our own. In this workshop, we’ll learn how to ensure that your colour choices are not only accessible to people with vision deficiencies, and we’ll dispel the myth that accessible websites suffer from boring aesthetics—we’ll learn how to make them look great.
How to Negotiate with Confidencewith, She Wins
Nottingham Albert HallNorth Circus StreetNottingham
Research confirms that men are four times more likely than women to negotiate, especially when it comes to their salary. As a result women can lose out on making £600,000 more over their working life(!) The ability to negotiate was identified by the World Economic Forum as one of the top ten skills you need to succeed in the modern workplace - so it is time to brush up on this essential skill.

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