Clearleft presents

dConstruct 2009

Designing for Tomorrow

04 September 2009 · Brighton Dome UK

Nick Weldin

Workshop Leader Nick Weldin

Nick had many jobs including pyrotechnician, for companies like Theatre of Fire and Le Maitre, he helped set fire to the Fourth Bridge for its centenary celebrations. He ran an adventure playground for disabled children for Kidsactive and set up a project in the London borough of Westminster developing multimedia work with people with profound learning difficulties and the people who support them, and has played around with electronics since his teenage years.

He works at Tinker as Senior Technologist and at the Rix Centre based at the University of East London developing multimedia work with people with profound learning difficulties.

Nick runs many of the Tinker workshops in London and further afield, including Copenhagen, Portugal and more.

Workshop:Internet of Things Master Class

This one day intensive hands-on workshop will focus on getting programmers and technologists up to speed about the latest hardware technologies, allowing them to build web-enabled, responsive installations and spaces.

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Clearleft is a user experience design consultancy based in Brighton, UK.

We make websites, and in our spare time we like to give something back to the web design community by running dConstruct. It's a grass-roots conference that gathers some of the brightest minds in the industry from around the world, and brings them to our little home by the sea for a cup of tea and a slice of cake.

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