This fall, Framer is hosting a conference at the EYE Filmmuseum featuring an inspiring selection of speakers and mentors. Attend talks that range from VR and AI to motion animation and beyond, given by some of the brightest design minds of our time.
As the Creative Director for Fluent Design at Microsoft, Claudio Guglieri is a huge proponent of accessible design. His impressive career spans agency and independent work in both the US and UK, driving design efforts for a variety of clients such as Lonely Planet, Apple, Adobe, CNN, Google and Viacom. His work has gone on to win Emmy and Webby awards.
She’s the founder of 3D for Designers, with an illustrious career history as one of the first Dropbox designers and lead designer for two of the most popular learn-to-code platforms, Codecademy and Treehouse. Devon Ko’s cross-disciplinary work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TIME, SPIN, and Rolling Stone.
As a Product Designer at Kickstarter, Danny White is building the next generation of creator tools and native applications. He is also the founder of Framer Sessions NYC. Previously, he worked at ustwo, spearheading projects in emerging technology. At Facebook, he helped launch Origami and contributed to the Design Tools and Interfaces teams.
After switching from engineering to product design, Julia Khusainova went on to work at Versal, Shyp and Twitter. Today she designs experiences for Airbnb, and her lifestyle photography is featured in publications like Saveur, Otto and Saison, a beautifully-designed journal she launched to document her travels around the world.
You’ve seen Kristoffer Brady’s stunning motion animation work in feature films like Black Panther and VR games like Gunheart. As a designer, art director, illustrator and writer, he is a master at deploying his skillset across multiple fields, across interactive, product and platforms.
No stranger to experimentation, Linda Dong previously ran A Swift A Day and worked on Apple's Prototyping Team designing interfaces for new hardware. Today, she is a design manager at Lyft, where she leads a team tackling design systems, prototyping, 3D and illustration.
An animator, designer and software inventor, Pasquale D'Silva is naturally drawn to projects that go against the grain. Based in Brooklyn, New York, he's the co-founder of Thinko, the studio behind LightBox—a new-school tool for creating classical animation frame by frame.
Thanks to a passion for coding and female empowerment, Mina Markham founded the Dallas chapter of Girls Develop It, teaches for Black Girls Code and co-organizes Front Porch, a conference on front-end web technologies. She's currently a Senior Engineer at Slack.
Schedule & tickets.
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Hear from all eight speakers, then join any one of the full-day workshop tracks. Finish off each day with well-deserved drinks, snacks, and live music. Conference passes include admission to all eight talks and evening events. Please purchase your workshop ticket separately.
Sleep in style at Loupe.
We’ve reserved a block of rooms at two hotels within close proximity to the EYE Filmmuseum and all other venues. Use the links below to take advantage of special rates for conference attendees.
Sir Adam Hotel
Sir Adam is located in the legendary A’DAM Tower right next to the EYE Filmmuseum and just across the river IJ from the historic city center. Loupe conference rates for Sir Adam start at €185 (including VAT).Book your stay ›
Inntel is located in the historic center of Amsterdam, yet still in proximity to The EYE Filmmuseum via a quick ferry ride from Central Station. Loupe conference rates for Inntel start at €185 (including VAT).Book your stay ›
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