Sketchbook Sessions: One Brand, One Vision

On July 17, we hosted the top design minds from Marvel Entertainment, Vimeo, and PBS Kids at our space for an evening of creative discussion. One Brand, One Vision—Designing Products Within the Big Picture is the latest event of our speaker series called Sketchbook Sessions.

The event featured panelists Matthew Robinson, Art Director at Marvel Entertainment, Justin Dickinson, Director of Design at Vimeo, and Chris Bishop, Digital Creative Director at PBS Kids and the evening’s moderator Kyle Conrad, Senior Interactive Director at nclud. The event brought out more than a hundred members of our community from friends, colleagues, and clients.

If you missed out, you can catch the video of the full program here, or watch the highlights above. Better yet, stay tuned for the next installment of Sketchbook Session in November.

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