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PSFK Good Ideas Salon London Speaker Kate Moross

PSFK Good Ideas Salon London Speaker Kate Moross
Design
Francisco Hui
  • 6 january 2009

We’ve been following the work of renaissance creator Kate Moross for a while now, so we’re excited to have her joining us on our “Design & Story Telling” panel at the PSFK Good Ideas Salon London. Along with Nicolas Roope of Hulger\Poke, Cameron Leslie of fabric, Coralie Bickford-Smith of Penguin, and moderator Amanda Gore of PSFK, they will touch upon which Good Ideas in design today can create valuable connections between the user and products or services.

First, who are you and what do you do?

My name is Kate Moross, I am a lot of things. Mostly I am an Illustrator and Graphic Designer, specializing in work for the music industry. Creative Director for bands as well as my Boutique Record Label – Isomorph Records.

You’ll be sharing your ideas on our Design panel. In one paragraph, can you explain what themes and ideas you hope to touch upon during the discussion?

Professionalism, the rise to the top and how to get there, working hard, creating and maintaining drive and determination, market placement, building a company with a strongly creative and inclusive manifesto. How to make time for the things you want to succeed in.

Five sites that provide you with inspiration:

Dictionary Evangelist

VVork

World of Envelopes

Toys R Us

Eye Magazine

Thanks, Kate!

To hear more from Kate and others, you can purchase your ticket to our Good Ideas Salon London on Jan 30th here.

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