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Taught by Editor X sponsored by Editor X
Editor X and Dribbble are joining forces to bring you a panel discussion on Digital Design trends in 2022, and how to grow as a creator.

Sponsored by Editor X

Editor X

Free panel discussion thanks to our sponsor Editor X

To mark the release of the latest Editor X trends report, the team is joining forces with Dribbble for an in-depth session on the latest developments in digital design. Hear from a curated panel of industry experts at the forefront of all things design. Plus, gain practical advice on harnessing the latest trends and technologies to create cutting-edge client sites.

You’ll learn how

  • - Leading designers develop and apply new skills to stay at the top of their game
  • - The latest trends can be translated into fresh approaches to web design
  • - Editor X enables designers to create sites with enhanced freedom and control


About Editor X

Editor X is an advanced web creation platform used by designers and agencies to deliver cutting-edge, responsive websites for every client.

Meet the presenters:

Talia Cotton
Designer and Coder at Pentagram
Talia Cotton is a designer and coder leading the design and development of data-driven and algorithmic brand identities at Pentagram and teaches Advanced Interaction at Parsons School of Design.

Brad Hussey
Business Coach for web designers
Brad Hussey is a web designer, creator and marketing consultant from Canada who’s taught hundreds of thousands of web designers and developers how to better their craft.

Rinat Sherzer
Head of Design at Editor X
Rinat Sherzer is a strategic designer and Adjunct Professor at Parsons School of Design (New York) and Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design (Jerusalem) where she leads the Strategic Design & Innovation Track in the Industrial Design M.Des program.

Lilly Smith
Senior Editor at Shaping Design
Lilly Smith is the Senior Editor of Shaping Design. Prior to this, she was a design reporter with over 400 bylines at renowned business magazine Fast Company, as well as AIGA Eye on Design and Design Observer.


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Sponsored by Editor X

Editor X

Free panel discussion thanks to our sponsor Editor X

FAQs

Dribbble Workshops are live, limited-seat virtual sessions that let you learn valuable lessons directly from leading designers within the creative community. With a range of sessions spanning a diverse range of design disciplines—from logo design to lettering to systems design—Dribbble Workshops offer up opportunities for nearly every creative to build up important skills from the best in the biz.

Class sizes for Dribbble Workshops are kept small so you have the chance to engage, ask questions, and participate in these hands-on sessions. Since our workshop sessions are virtual, and concentrated into just a few hours, you can walk away with a laundry-list of new design insights and inspiration—all without needing to take extra time off of work or be away from the office.

Attending a Dribbble Workshop is easy—once you reserve your ticket through Dribbble, we’ll be in touch with a confirmation receipt and unique attendance URL that will allow you to access the event at its advertised date and time.

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Our Dribbble Workshop session with Editor-X takes place on May 18, 2022. The session begin at 9:00AM (PDT).

As a heads-up, please take note that all workshop session times are in Pacific Daylight Time, so plan accordingly!

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