From the Battle of the Geek Bands pre-opening party to the closing celebration event and many places in between, Hornall Anderson will bring its design aesthetic to the inaugural Seattle Interactive Conference on Nov. 2nd and 3rd.
To keep the energy pumping at the pre-opening party, Hornall Anderson has designed several digital shorts representing four themes: science fiction, fantasy, horror, and romance that will be played between sets during the Battle of the Geek Bands concert and competition.
And not only will we be providing these motion reels, but the band Clutch Douglass, featuring our very own interactive team member Corey Paganucci, will also be competing in the Battle of the Geek Bands.
Throughout the two-day conference, we encourage you to enjoy and actively participate with some of the interactive installations displayed at the conference facility, which have come straight from Hornall Anderson’s rapid prototyping lab, HAX. And if you are looking for a place to kick back and relax during the conference, then take a load off in the Hornall Anderson Experience Lounge located in the convention center.
On Thursday morning, Nov. 3rd at 9am in conference room 304, join Hornall Anderson’s Chief Experience Officer Jamie Monberg as he delivers his keynote presentation on how to create interactive environments that translate best in the real world. Here he will share real-life examples, both good and bad, and also pull back the curtain on our very own HAX Lab to reveal some embarrassing moments, as well as some unexpected successes.
Hornall Anderson is also proud to be the sponsor of the Thursday night closing party at the Showbox Sodo, featuring headlining act “Mudhoney.” Join us at 6:30pm for music, mingling and cocktails as we celebrate what promises to be the end of a successful inaugural Seattle Interactive Conference. Make sure to contact us if you would like to be added to the guest list. And if you haven’t yet purchased your tickets to the conference, here is an extra incentive to do so. Go to this link and get $100 off your conference fee.
We hope you can be a part of this exciting inaugural event, and we look forward to having the opportunity to show you why design is such an important contributor to any interactive experience.