Workplace of the Future: Innovating for What’s Next
Posted February 17, 2021
Are you wondering how the workplace can adapt and innovate for what’s next? We’ll be joining our friends at the Kolar Experience Institute to discuss all things digital transformation in this upcoming live webinar.
What to Expect: Workplace of the Future
A panel of experts including Edson Cabalfin, Serge Bruylants, and from our team Edwin Schlossberg, will be answering questions in a Q&A format about how the future of the workplace can be reimagined taking into account remote, hybrid, and new immersive experiences in the digital and physical world. The conversation will focus on the impact and use of cutting-edge technology, digital media, art, VR/AR, and physical design to inspire audiences to meet, network, learn, collaborate, and be entertained with delight and how all of this is possible because of technology.
Meet the Speaker: Edwin Schlossberg
An internationally recognized pioneer in experience design and audience engagement, Ed Schlossberg launched his career in 1978 with the design of one of the world’s first interactive museums, The Brooklyn Children’s Museum.
Since then, he has been at the forefront of design and technological innovation, creating imaginative and unparalleled public experiences that bring audiences together to explore, learn, communicate and collaborate. Under Schlossberg’s leadership, ESI Design, an NBBJ studio, has transformed spaces into experiences for an array of corporations, brands and cultural institutions.
Schlossberg holds a Ph.D. in Science and Literature from Columbia University. Singled out as “a leader in interactive design” by Wired magazine, he has authored 11 books. His artwork has appeared in several solo and group exhibitions and can be found in numerous museums and private collections.
Can’t wait? Take a sneak peak inside WarnerMedia’s connected workplace of the future in the video below:
Are you planning to attend this webinar?
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