SXSWi 2015 Day 1 Recap


ImageThink co founder Nora Herting graphic recording at SXSWi 2015.

Cheers to the first day at SXSW Interactive 2015!

ImageThink as the the official graphic recorders of this year’s SXSW Interactive conference are pleased to witness and record the first wave of the new ideas that are going to be leading the year of 2015.

Check out our latest gallery on Slideshare.

SXSWi 2015 hosts an incredible variety of speakers, each with their own intriguing points of view, and we are happy to let you know that all of the talks we captured will be made available to you via our Facebook page. We will recap each day here on our blog as well.

Graphic recording for key note speaker, Paola Antonelli (SXSW 2015)We kicked off the day with Hugh Forest’s welcome address to all, followed by a talk by Al Gore on the current state of our planet. Paola Antonelli from the MoMA of New York gave the keynote of today on designers of the future. Daniel Pink’s talk on emotions and behaviors is also one of our favorites of the day.
Today, our very own Nora Herting also gave a talk on using visual facilitation methods in creative problem solving in Ballroom B. What a packed day!
Graphic recording of talk by ImageThink principal Nora Herting (SXSW 2015)

We sure hope you did not miss any of this excellent content. 

Even if you did, fear not: we have everything captured and shared on Slideshare. Go ahead and follow the link, you will find the best talks of today visualized and organized in a downloadable gallery.
And this was only day 1!  Check back tomorrow for the day 2 recap and images, we hope that you are as inspired as we are.

Here’s the full list of Saturday’s talks.

All images will be available to download and print the following day via Slideshare.
  • Ari Horie: Impact: Taking My Chance to Lead”
  • Biz Stone: “Biz Stone on Creativity and Redefining Success”
  • Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al Saud:”Princess Reema’s Mission to Empower Saudi Women”
  • David Chang, Matt Buchanan:”The Future Role of Tech in Dining and Food”
  • Sarah Lewis: “The Story of Creative Icons: Failure to Mastery”
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