Mark Shayler’s Do Disrupt Workshop: London, February 26th 2016:
This was my first Do Workshop.
As The Do’s oldest ever intern, I was attending Do Disrupt to watch, listen, learn and take a few shots.
A nice cushy, out-of-the-office, kick-back Friday.
Or so I thought.
Instead, I was hit by a truck: A truck driven by, or should that be; a truck called Mark Shayler:
A truck loaded with insights, innovative ideas, challenging questions, hands-on exercises and new possibilites. (Not to mention a manifest of good humour, immense patience and practical advice.)
Mark put a shift and a half into that day at Ubrew:
I hope, (actually I know, from talking to the attendees over a few choice beers afterwards) that everybody not only got their moneys-worth, but they also got the go-to-guy going forward with all their ambitions.
Before leaving you with a few shots below, from the family Album on the day; here are a few more places you can find Mark at his best:
A powerful talk at The Do Lectures Wales: ‘Why we need to design better things, not design better’
Plus a couple of blog posts: ‘When good gets in the way of great.’ And: ‘There’s nothing more expensive than cheap design.’ (Check out the number of views and likes that post got.)
Now, finally, in the cliched spirit of; a picture is worth a thousand #hashtags, here’s my photographic record of a quite amazing day, with a group of wonderfully inspirational, motivated people: