Physical distancing has made Zoom and video conferencing technologies the new default method of bringing people together. Adapting to a virtual world is necessary, but how do creatives survive and thrive in this new normal?
On Wednesday, October 28, AIGA Houston welcomes Lee-Sean Huang, AIGA's Design Education Manager, to Surviving and Thriving in the Virtual World of Zoom. Join us for this free interactive workshop looking back at what we've learned since March. We will be discussing strategies and pain points that need to be considered as you prepare for a virtual interview, meeting or presentation.
About the Creative
Lee-Sean Huang is the Design Education Manager of AIGA, the professional association of design, and Cofounder and Creative Director of Foossa, a creative consultancy that helps organizations tell stories, design services, and build community for a more inclusive and resilient future. With his expertise in the intersection between design and democracy, Lee-Sean is interested in the role of participation and play in the future of education, work, health, and civic engagement.
As a staff member at the AIGA national level, Lee-Sean strategizes educational programs and events, supports the work of the Design Educators Community, and is the host and producer of Design Future Now, a podcast about designing the future and the future of design, as well as its extended Instagram Live show, Design Future Live.
Lee-Sean regularly teaches and writes about community-centered design and social innovation and has taught design and innovation at NYU, SVA, and the Parsons School of Design.
How does it work?
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Step 3. Click the Zoom link in your email a couple of minutes before the event starts. Do your best to arrive on time; we'll take a few minutes to get settled, and then we'll get started.
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