Hecho en LA | Chris Do: The Business of Motion Design
Los Angeles is arguably the epicenter of the motion design movement. Firms big and small are heavily concentrated within a few square miles stretching from Santa Monica, and Venice to Culver City.
In this highly competitive space, what does it take to make the transition from print/interactive to motion? What strategies do successful firms use to not only win pitches but sustain business and cultivate a culture of innovation?
Join Blind's founder and Executive Creative Director Chris Do as he shares his experiences in the motion design industry from the point of view of a designer, business owner and educator. It will be a night of candid conversation as he retraces his journey from print to motion, from freelancer to entrepreneur chronicling past failures and successes.
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Chris will discuss:
- Sales cycle & lead generation
- Pitching strategies & examples
- Case studies showing the entire life cycle of a project
- Project & client management strategies
- Why having core values is important to every organization
- How to build a better motion portfolio
About Chris Do
Chris Do is the Founder and Executive Creative Director of two-time, Emmy-award winning, digital design studio, Blind Inc. He serves on the board for Otis, Emmys Motion Title Design Peer Group, AIGA LA, Santa Monica College, Saleshood, Woodbury University, is the executive producer and co-host of The Skool series "The Business of Design" and has taught at Otis College of Design and Sequential Design at Art Center College of Design for over 10 years.
March 13, 2014
Pacific Design Center
8687 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90069
2nd Floor Blue Conference Room
6:30 Attendee reception
7:15 Presentation begins
8:40 Q & A
Early Bird Ticket Pricing (until March 9)
About Hecho en Los Angeles
Hecho en Los Angeles is a speaker series that was launched by AIGA in 2014 with the objective of spotlighting Los Angeles as a crucial city for design. Part of a local AIGA initiative to inform and stimulate the local design community, Hecho events will be focused on a wide range of topics from Los Angeles based projects, agencies and industry trends.