The speed of storytelling is changing. Creative teams are expected to produce compelling, eye-catching visual content at the speed of social media.
At our Libris Live event, Creativity in Real Time, Director of Photography for The Players’ Tribune Nate Gordon, Manager of Graphic Design & Photography for the New York Jets Joe Rey and Creative Director for Undefined Creative Maria Rapetskaya shared how they keep up with the demand for high quality content on a tight deadline. They dove into their content and their behind-the-scenes workflows with moderator Heather Taylor from The Economist, then took questions from the audience.
And we’ve got good news – we streamed the whole conversation on Twitter, as well as our pre-show chats with panelists and guests. Even better, we’ve recorded the entire thing, edited it, made it “snazzy” and embedded it right here:
Or, if you want to enjoy that real-time Twitter live stream, you can watch it below, with the full panel starting at the 33 minute mark here.
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In the spirit of Creativity in Real Time, attendees here in New York got to experience a real-time photo workflow with a fun photo booth that used a lightning fast FTP delivery and the Libris Adobe Creative Cloud Connector. Luckily, our guests came ready to ham it up for the camera.