Full-day workshop &bullet; April 16th
Whether you are designing an app or a website, following best practices and design methodologies will always help ensure your designs are usable and engaging. In this workshop we’ll explore the design process in detail including user research, sketching, and visual design. Through real world examples you’ll see how an idea can evolve into a design.
What you’ll learn in this workshop: Get the inside scoop with Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co.
If you ask Knox Fortune, perhaps the least interesting item on his resume is winning a Grammy Award for his work on Chance the Rapper’s “Coloring Book” album in 2016. But his brief brush with one of the music industry’s crustiest institutions did produce a couple of funny/embarrassing anecdotes.
Among I, Tonya’s many strengths is its soundtrack, a mix of retro cuts ranging from Dire Straits’ “Romeo and Juliet” — a track that almost didn’t make it in thanks to the frontman’s initial reluctance — to Doris Day’s “Dream a Little Dream.” Here, EW finds out the story behind choosing (and getting the rights to) six of the soundtrack’s best songs.
Check back throughout December for more Best of 2017 (Behind the Scenes) stories.
Music supervisor Susan Jacobs has had a pretty successful year. In...