Materializing Your Ecommerce Vision

October 14, 2021 | USA

This Digital Commerce 360 live event is your personal guide to Peak Season priorities you can focus on to make your 2021 holiday sales season one worth celebrating. The agenda is jam-packed with holiday tactics you can implement based on our extensive and detailed holiday coverage that draws on dozens of interviews with retailers and ecommerce industry experts and proprietary data to forecast holiday sales and trends. You'll also get detailed and exclusive holiday analysis from both retailer and consumer surveys conducted by Digital Commerce 360. Additionally, you'll hear direct from retailers on how they plan to approach this upcoming holiday sales season that is guaranteed to be unlike any other.

Spotlight

This is a one semester course where students explore 2D design issues and specialized illustration techniques used by designers and illustrators in the graphics and comic book industry. Students will learn to create vector drawings and illustrations through the use of multiple techniques and technology. Projects will focus on 2D designs, motifs, basic illustrations, and character design. In addition, students will focus on developing a more advanced working knowledge of the elements (line, shape, form, value, color, texture) and principles (unity/harmony, variety, emphasis/dominance, balance, rhythm/movement, pattern/grouping, proportion, composition, harmony, pattern, rhythm) of design to describe and critique artwork. Students will also be introduced to career opportunities in the art and design industry.


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IRX & eDX 2021

October 13-14, 2021 | UK

This digital event will bring the most relevant, current and valuable insight into the technologies that will supercharge your eCommerce sales - whether you're looking to increase traffic to your site, improve inventory management, invest in a new platform, streamline the customer experience - we'll have you covered. Register today!

world Retail Congress 2021

September 28-30, 2021 | Italy

The World Retail Congress brings together the leaders of today’s global retail industry – from multi-national powerhouses to game-changing start-ups and disruptors. They are united in their focus on understanding and serving today’s consumers, and ensuring that their businesses change and innovate at the high velocity needed to thrive in the twenty-first century. The Congress provides an unrivalled high-level forum for senior retailers to learn, share insight, form powerful connections and shape the future of global retail.

WORLD RETAIL CONGRESS LONDON SUMMIT

September 14, 2021 | UK

The World Retail Congress meeting will feature keynote speakers addressing the critical areas to focus on if retailers and the retail industry can rebuild and move forward out of the COVID-19 crisis. There will also be panel discussions, a working breakfast and lunch and then breakout workshops on the six pillars each led by our knowledge partners, Advisory Board members and special guests. Throughout the day, the Congress will go live to regional studios where retailers are meeting to discuss a set of key questions that should be front of mind for any retail CEO of whatever sector, channel or country.

Smart Retail Tech

September 1-2, 2021 | USA

Smart Retail Tech exists to revolutionise the US retail industry, and is the leading expo focusing on ‘New Retail’. It facilitates the opportunity for businesses to create the perfect customer journey making both online and in store shopping more personal, tailored and enjoyable.

Spotlight

This is a one semester course where students explore 2D design issues and specialized illustration techniques used by designers and illustrators in the graphics and comic book industry. Students will learn to create vector drawings and illustrations through the use of multiple techniques and technology. Projects will focus on 2D designs, motifs, basic illustrations, and character design. In addition, students will focus on developing a more advanced working knowledge of the elements (line, shape, form, value, color, texture) and principles (unity/harmony, variety, emphasis/dominance, balance, rhythm/movement, pattern/grouping, proportion, composition, harmony, pattern, rhythm) of design to describe and critique artwork. Students will also be introduced to career opportunities in the art and design industry.

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