CARPET summer camp: `How to undertake the creation of a digital product starting with the design´ workshop
The Fundación Tres Culturas’ (Three Cultures Foundation’s) CARPET (Craft, Art and People Together) Project continues with its intense programme even during the summer. On this occasion we receive Manuel Ortega and César Álvarez from the Z1 studio to work on the creation of a digital product starting with the design.
It’s a very practical workshop which shows, through a real project, how to undertake the design of a digital product from the wireframes phase up to the transfer to development, including creation of a navigable prototype and a library of components.
This workshop is especially aimed at design students who wish to specialise in interface design and digital product creation. Those who take part must bring a laptop with Sketch installed, a Zeplin account, an Invision and Abstract account (all of these have free trial versions).
Z1 is an international design and digital product development studio formed by more than 40 experts in design, software engineering and communication who do an integral study of each project. It is part of Tiny, the Canadian investment fund behind sector giants such as Dribble or Metalab, and works with North American start-ups helping them create and launch disruptive products on the market.
The workshop is free thanks to the financial support of the Europa Creativa programme. Limited places available, inscription through this link is essential.
The workshop will be held at the Z1 studio: Calle Bajeles 15, Seville.
The CARPET Project is coordinated by the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) together with partners Creative Kernow in the UK, CEARTE in Portugal and APDN in Morocco. This project has financial support under the European Europa Creativa programme.