Illustrated Ideas From PSFK CONFERENCE NYC

Over 20 innovation ideas sketched at last week’s event in New York City.

Last week the team behind the tablet app Paper supported the PSFK CONFERENCE NYC  by live sketching the event. The FiftyThree team took their favorite ideas and brought them to life on digital-paper – and invited the audience to send in their favorite ideas too. Here are some of the highlights:

Jonathan Harris spoke about the counter-trends behind Cowbird.com:

Robert Kirkpatrick from the United Nations spoke about using data to help identify places in the world that need assistance:

Graham Hill spoke about how he wants everyone to edit their lives:

Simon Collins talked about driving the Parsons brand and why he chose to get into fashion:

Steve Clayton spoke about the intersection of design and technology:

Tina Roth-Eisenberg spoke about the importance of side-projects:

Vikram Gandhi told us what happened when he started to tell stories:

Shantell Martin told us what she learned in a dream:

Jason Silva poetry-jammed how ideas live:

Five tech-gurus talked about five trends:

Rachel Shechtman told us a story about her store:

Abe Burmeister explained the power of quality:

Alain Sylvain asked us all to live below the poverty line for a week:

Steve Powers wrote a story across the streets of Brooklyn:

Todd Carmichael told us how to run a business like it should be run:


This image was submitted by audience member Kyle O’Brien Caird

See more live-sketches from PSFK CONFERENCE NYC 2012 here: psfkonpaper.fiftythree.com

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