When Technology Meets Design

{“What’s Next in Tech” at What’s New, What’s Next featuring Joe Human, Paloma Contreras, Kati Curtis, and Patrick Dragonette}

I spent most of last week in New York for a photoshoot, sourcing for clients, and various work meetings, including a very productive and exciting meeting with my publisher. I have finished writing the manuscript and we have wrapped up the photography, so we are now ready to start working on the design and layouts of the book which is super exciting! While in New York, I also spoke on a panel at What’s New, What’s Next, a very well-attended event at the New York Design Center which kicks off the fall design season. Our panel, What’s Next in Tech, was hosted by Dering Hall in the Odegard showroom and was comprised of Joe Human, Kati Curtis, Patrick Dragonette, our moderator Dennis Sarlo, and myself. We had a very interesting conversation about the intersection of design and technology. Many of you often reach out after speaking engagements to ask if I can share a recap and while it isn’t always possible, Dering Hall did a fantastic job of capturing the highlights of our panel discussion on their Instagram stories. You can watch the full recap below (or through this link).


{Photo by Matthew Carasella | Video Courtesy of Dering Hall}

 

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