Maintaining creativity in the face of day to day drudgery–all is revealed at #dConstruct 2010

On Friday 3rd September, the famous Brighton Dome opened it’s ornate doors to a bunch of creative designers and developers for dConstruct 2010. Now in its 6th year, the conference drew some prestigious speakers from around the globe, including Brendan Dawes, Marty Neumeier, Samantha Warren, Hannah Donovan and Merlin Mann.

The main focus of the event was on creativity, with sessions covering everything from improvisation to cookery in a bid to keep those creative juices flowing. What makes dConstruct exciting is not just the calibre of speakers and attendees – and entertainment at the pre and post event parties of course – but the fact you can step outside the daily grind to meet new people, listen to new ideas and opinions from experts and take some time to reflect on the bigger picture.

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Brendan Dawes wefeelfine.org

If you weren’t able to make it, we put together an overview of the day for your viewing pleasure. Huge thanks to Jeremy and Andy at Clearleft for letting us film at the event and also to Max at Newspepper for his fab camera and production expertise.

dConstruct 2010

Published by Sara Allison

Sara is the editor of Ubelly - when not heads down scouring Ubelly articles for typos (and not always catching them), she's scouting for new writing talent. Give her a shout @SaraAllison if you've got something to say about development/design and want to be heard.

2 Comments So Far, what do you think?

  1. Jack Armley

    Thanks @ubelly for covering this, how great to re-live the day! Also, the IE9 preview looked very exciting; looking forward to the beta, UI and all!

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