When is a conference not a conference? When participants construct the event agenda on the day – at an Unconference. When no one has to subscribe to a pre-defined agenda – at an Unconference. When it’s a fantastic opportunity to meet people you might not usually and to discuss issues and opportunities – at an […]
Grey clouds, check. Two drawnalists, paper and pens, check. Two writers, laptops and phones, check. Lashing rain, check. The Victorian splendour of Cardiff’s Pierhead, lots of coffee, lots of Welsh cakes, lots of Women in Technology bobble hats, more than 100 open data experts and enthusiasts, 30 pitched sessions across two days… It must have […]
A rather charming piece of timelapse video made by our friends the organisers of Bluelightcamp 2014. While we were not moving in slow – and – stuttering – motion, there was also some lively feedback about the event on that social media, as linked below. Drone time at #ukblc14 ! @GPSBaby do you know they are […]
One other highlight of Bluelightcamp 2014 was the impressive demonstration of a drone inside the elegant atrium of the venue at the Ordnance Survey in Southampton. You can watch a video of that here. You can read and see some of the Drawnalism we made at the saturday Unconference over on the Bluelightcampblog. There was a huge range of […]
Services An example of Drawnalism Illustration advertising an upcoming event for the UK’s providers of emergency services. You can read about Bluelightcamp at this link. You can also sign up to learn about a more efficient use of public data during the two-day event here.