AdForum Supports Digital Design Days in Milan

The event from March 16 to 18 features leading names in digital design, visual effects and innovative storytelling.

by Mark Tungate , MAYDREAM

AdForum is supporting Digital Design Days in Milan this month. The event from March 16 to 18 allows attendees to go behind the scenes with some of the world’s greatest digital designers via talks, workshops and master classes. 

Organisers say the previous two editions have been attended by more than 3000 attendees from 52 countries. An extraordinary cinematic title sequence sets the scene.

Digital Design Days + OFFF Milano Trailer #DDD18 from Digital Design Days on Vimeo.

One highlight is a panel discussion about working on major blockbuster movies. It features title designer Danny Yount, winner of two Emmy awards, and graphic designer, illustrator, animator and director Ash Thorp. The chat is hosted by Chris Do, founder of the Futur, an online education initiative that puts top creatives together with young entrepreneurs.

Other speakers include graphic design legend David Carson; Unit 9 director Anrick Bergman – a specialist in virtual and alternative realities – Active Theory founder Michael Anthony; and communications director Kudo Takashi of Team Lab, the agency whose work in the field of digital art aims to create “life changing experiences”.

You can see the full list of speakers here.

Founded by multi award-winning Italian designer Filippo Spiezia, Digital Design Days presents “an unprecedented line up of the world's best designers, artists, visionary storytellers and innovative thinkers to celebrate cutting edge style and design in the digital world of today and tomorrow”. It sprang out of the OFFF festival of digital design in Barcelona.

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