Motion Education Design Summit
International professional society + conference
Chair of planning and logistics
Interactive conference proceedings co-editor and publication designer
Published ePUB with Routledge (a Tayor & Francis group) and availabe for download
The Motion Education Design (MODE) Summit is a gathering of design educators who specialize, research and teach in the area of motion design. We see this event of particular interest and relevance to graphic design, visual communication design, typography, cinema, theater, animation and storytelling. Together we will address the growing field of motion design and the need for scholarly driven literature and examples to support and challenge educators.
The University of Notre Dame, The Ohio State University, Kent State University and Michigan State University jointly present the 2nd MODE Summit. This international event brings together motion design educators from different areas of expertise to present work and discuss motion and how it enhances, effects, changes messages, meaning, and communication. The conference took place in Dublin, Ireland, 03–05 June 2015 at the O’Connell House, the Science Gallery at Trinity College, the Hibernian Gallery and the Royal Irish Academy.
—Keynote speaker and conference sponsor Chad Ashley of Digital Kitchen, Chicago demonstrates a process video at main venue, The Royal Irish Academy
—Andre Mūrnieks introducing new and former colleagues for the next series of peer-reviewed academic paper presentations.
—Keynote speaker Timmy Fisher of MK12, Kansas City taking us from A to Z at the special evening event held at the Science Gallery on the campus of Trinity College
—Wil Perkins and Lola Landekic of Art of the Title, Toronto kicking of the conference with a film title retrospective.
—A conference app was designed and developed to help attendees navigate the multiple venues, events and the destinations in Dublin
—The planning and organization of MODE as an exercise in information design using technologies to collect, update and share assets
—Co-editor and designer of conference proceedings volume including both print and eBook versions (cover by R. Tegtmeyer)
—Sample spread from MODE Conference Proceedings showing eBook navigation allowing readers to quickly access all content including embedded movies
—Concluding MODE on the steps of the Royal Irish Academy making connection with new colleagues from fourteen different countries