May 3, 8:30am - 10:00am CEST. Hosted at Wayfair
part of a series on Preserve
About the speaker
Buryatsky aka Evgeny is a Cross-section designer working as UX standardisation designer @Humanitec. He envisions the future of a modern society where day-by-day electronics consumed by apps and Saas services pathing a distinct line between physical objects and digital experiences. His main attention is focused on a fusion of artistic exploration and scientific processes in order to create homogeneous designs. He believes, that art, design, and technologies have no boundaries and intertwining with each other leading humanity to a better living.
Monotype offers a wide range of typefaces, tools, and technologies that help users and OEMs bring type to life. The ultimate goal of Monotype products and services is to ensure that clients can use type to the fullest, preserving its high quality and aesthetic value on screen, paper and Web.
Wayfair is one of the world’s largest online destinations for the home. We believe that strong communities and good business are inextricably linked, and partner with organizations that play a meaningful role in creating safe and comfortable spaces.
Rotesleuchten Film is a smart production company based in Berlin. Rotesleuchte produces a variety of formats for social media, education, and documentation, with an emphasis for story driven content. Rotesleuchten is CreativeMornings Berlin’s favourite video partner since Summer 2014.
Norman is a commercial photographer and retoucher based in Berlin and working worldwide. He is specialized in portraits and events. His photos are known for a fresh and natural look. With an eye for the smallest details, the right equipment, and highly trained retouching skills he lets every single pixel shine. Feel free to contact him.
In his talk, Evgeny will be sharing his learnings from a number of projects that had the focus on long-lasting design reflected in the form of design standardisation. The future proof design is the question of preservation and waste reduction: the creation of artefacts rather than waste.