Dino Ignacio has worn many hats throughout his professional career. Internet meme artist. Motion graphics producer. Art director. Horror game UX director. And finally, design lead for Facebook Reality Labs.
What We’ll Do
Moderated by Killscreen founder Jamin Warren, we’ll be having a wide-ranging discussion about Ignacio’s career and his approach to multidisciplinary design across a variety of mediums.
Where We’ll Be
Register below or follow this Eventbrite link to sign up for this event and hear from someone who’s gone from Internet memedom to video game user experience design to VR.
About Your Speaker
Dino Ignacio is the design lead at Facebook Reality Labs working with a team of researchers, developers and engineers to create the future of virtual and augmented reality. Previously, he was the User Experience Director at EA Visceral where he created ground-breaking user interface designs for games like Dead Space and Dante’s Inferno. Dino has over a decade of work across mediums from illustration to motion design to UX/UI.
Odds and Ends
Once you’re registered you can access this experience through your confirmation email or Eventbrite account. Killscreen online experiences are recommended for attendees age 13+.
This online experience will be recorded. A temporary link to the recording will be provided in a follow-up email to all ticket holders within 72 hours after the event. Access to this recording will be available for seven days.
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