For TEDxJakarta’s 10th TEDx event, the design team, consisting of Annisa Aprianinda, Tommy Chandra, Alfi Maulana and with support from Heimlo Studio, created stylized portraits of each speaker. In the portraits, speakers are surrounded with iconography that represents the idea in her or his talk. Viewed together, the portraits create a colorful picture of the event as a whole, showing the scope of ideas shared.
Miles away in Yemen, designers at the Lebanese International University crafted an elaborate and elegant design scheme for the very first TEDxLIUSanaa event. To tackle the theme “Outside the box,” Waleed Al-ward, Alaa Al-Abyadh and Nada Habtoor created posters, smartphone apps, even paper designs — featuring their theme symbols: hot air balloons, light bulbs and boxes.
And for an introduction to the event, animator Alaa Al-Abyadh was inspired to create Sana’a — home to the event — in (virtual) paper, complete with a TEDx X and a cluster of hot air balloons to match the theme:
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