FITC Amsterdam 2020

📍 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Now in its 13th year, FITC Amsterdam features the world’s most innovative, technical and creative talks that will inspire you to pursue your dreams and create your very best work. You’ll have the opportunity to meet and mingle with like-minded individuals who have the potential to become key collaborators throughout your career. Connect with people who share your creative passion, whether in the exhibitor hall or at one of the legendary after-parties. Who knows, you could meet your next business partner, employee, mentor or boss at FITC.

This isn’t your ordinary conference.

🙋‍♀️ 🙋‍♂️ Speakers

  • Aramique
  • Beeple
  • Matt DesLauriers
  • Jared Ficklin
  • Vera-Maria Glahn
  • Timothy Goodman
  • Joyce N. Ho
  • David Hogue
  • Hayley Hughes
  • Anna Kipnis
  • Valtteri Laihanen
  • Christian Mio Loclair
  • Dot Lung
  • Justin Maller
  • OUCHHH
  • Playmodes
  • Mate Steinforth
  • Gavin Strange
  • Carl Sziebert
  • Tina Touli
  • Timoni West
  • Ruben Verborgh
  • Lisa Walters

🎟 Tickets

SUPER EARLY BIRD €239 Ends Dec 1, 2019 EARLY BIRD €299 Ends Jan 19, 2020 REGULAR €399 After Jan 19, 2020 STUDENT - CONFERENCE €129 Two full days and nights (Feb 24-25)
Promocode: Save 10% with discount code 'neonmoire'


🏢 Venue

Pakhuis de Zwijger
Piet Heinkade 179
1019 HC, Amsterdam
Netherlands

📇 Organization

FITC
Official event website
Official #FITCAmsterdam

🏋️‍♀️ Workshops

Intro to Creative Coding with P5.jswith Matt DesLauriers
23 Feb 2020
Pakhuis de ZwijgerPiet Heinkade 179Amsterdam
Learn to make interactive websites, real-time animations, generative art, and other creative projects using code and algorithms. This workshop is a gentle introduction to creative coding with JavaScript, p5.js, Tone.js, and the browser.
Measuring Subjective User Experienceswith David Hogue UX Design Lead, Google
23 Feb 2020
Pakhuis de ZwijgerPiet Heinkade 179Amsterdam
Attendees will practice methods from social science research to clearly define and measure subjective and qualitative experiences such as: “How much do people trust the product?” “Is the product intuitive?” “Are people satisfied with the product?” “Does the product respect time? Privacy?” and more. Dave will demonstrate how to gather data through self-report measures (e.g., surveys and interviews), observation, and quantitative methods (e.g., analytics, metrics, and validated research instruments), how to convert qualitative data into quantitative data, and discuss how to review and interpret the data by looking for patterns, trends, and correlations. Exercises will involve pre-defined scenarios, and attendees are invited to bring scenarios and challenges from their own work for discussion during the Q&A.
Real-Time, Interactive Motion Graphics with Notchwith Arminas Kazlauskas
23 Feb 2020
Pakhuis de ZwijgerPiet Heinkade 179Amsterdam
Arminas Kazlauskas is an experienced VJ and live music TV and concert touring artist who has worked for the likes of John Legend, Sting, Röyksopp, Roxette, Gus Gus, Kygo and many more. He’s lucky enough to have a day job that’s directly tied to his passion for live visuals, working as a product specialist at Notch. He’s one of the few people who is licensed to host official Notch training all over the world, from Beijing to Montreal, from Berlin to Los Angeles, and he’ll be your guide as you take your first steps into the world of Notch: the real-time motion graphics tool that was used on 9 out of the top 10 stadium music tours in the US last year. But Notch is so much more than just for live music; it’s a full motion graphics package, with particles, fluids, procedurals, path tracing and more.

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