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It's getting cold outside...

But it's hotting up in here. We're back again this November for the 19th installment of Design+Banter. We will have some truly exciting speakers, as well as, you, our audience of mega-talented designers, makers and doers. We're back again with our friends at BL_NK, on Curtain Road, so come along, enjoy a beer and a talk

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Over the last 2 years, we've brought 18 design events to over 4000 attendees, featuring more than 50 great speakers. If you want to get involved in the future of Design+Banter (speak, sponsor, host, or helping on the night), just drop us a line. We're dead friendly.

  • 19:00-22:00
    (doors open at 18:45)
  • BL_NK,
    25-27 Curtain Road,
    Hackney, London,
    EC2A 3LT
  • James Greenfield

    Designer, Creative Director & Founder @ Koto

    James has worked at some of London’s leading studios for the world’s biggest brands including Google, Microsoft and Nike. His most recent large scale project saw him leading the rebrand of the tech giant Airbnb. A top to bottom re-imaging of the brand, this project encompassed everything, from a whole new look and feel, to re-envisaged digital products. Arguably the biggest rebrand of 2014 the launch was the worldwide top trending topic on Twitter for 10 hours. In 2015 he started his own agency Koto, working at the intersection the of brand and digital.

  • Pip Jamieson

    Founder @ The Dots

    Pip is the Founder of The Dots. Best described as a ‘LinkedIn for creatives’, The Dots is a professional networking platform designed to help creative professionals connect with each other and opportunities. An entrepreneur with a distinctive marmite laugh (you either love it or you hate it) Pip has spent the last 13 years immersed in the creative industries, including executive roles at MTV Australia and New Zealand. Pip lives on a houseboat with her husband in Kings Cross, London.

  • Panel:
    How we hire designers is broken

    Panellists announced 12/11/15



  • Please bring tickets either on your phone or printed
  • Doors open at 18:45
  • Latecomers may not be admitted