Become a better digital designer in unique one-to-one clinic sessions with London's top creatives.
Get input from the industry's leading creative directors on your digital design work.
Learn how to make your work more creative and more saleable.
This event is part of the i-design conference day, but is free to attend if you are not able to book for the conference.
Who Should Attend:
Newly established and emerging designers including multimedia and interactive design students, graduates, freelancers and those in the industry looking to develop their digital media careers.
What Should You Bring:
A selection of the work you feel best represents your personal style, technical strengths and passions, in the most appropriate formats as well as your business cards and CV. Please note: There will be free WIFI and laptops available at the venue for showing online work or DVDs.
Who Will Be There:
Representatives from interactive design, animation, film, video, games and 3D design will be on hand to look at work, talk about how they have succeeded and give advice on how to best showcase your talent.
Agencies attending so far you'll be able to meet with:
o AIG www.aiglondon.com
o Conchango www.conchango.com
o Digit www.digitlondon.com
o Digital Outlook www.digital-outlook.com
o Glue www.gluelondon.com
o Imagination www.imagination.com
o Kin www.kin-design.com
o Lateral www.lateral.net
o Moving Brands www.movingbrands.com
o Poke www.pokelondon.com
o Precendent www.precedent.co.uk
o Smoothe www.smoothe.com
o TribalDDB www.ddblondon.com/tribalddb
The iDesign 08 Portfolio Clinic produced by dynamo London as part of the London Design Festival, will bring together established and emerging digital design talent with the key objective of providing industry-led career development advice and guidance. The event will offer the attendees the chance to meet London-based digital media agencies and gain insight into portfolio presentation, best practice and what companies are looking for in potential employees.
The event is intended for digital media students, recent graduates and freelancers, aged 18 years old upwards.