With a spoonful of self-deprecating humor and some colorful language, digital designer Wilson Miner recalls past experiences to explain that appropriation, though it gets a bum rap, isn’t all bad. Miner delivers an entertaining warts-and-all presentation to highlight the relationship between appropriation and collaboration – an exceptionally apt topic for the digital age. getAbstract recommends Miner’s talk to creatives and anyone whose work involves collaboration.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why appropriation is essential to collaboration and creativity and
- Why you should trust your colleagues and share your work.
About the Speaker
Wilson Miner is director of digital design at The California Sunday Magazine. He previously worked as a designer at Facebook and Apple.
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