- Title: Day-D
- Author: Ira Payer
- Date: 26.05
- Tags: debate, design, expo
D-Day is a place of meeting and joint cooperation, networking, lively discussions, informal company, shared work, and exchanging experiences.
Day-D is a place where you and your projects come face to face with reality, where no one utters the words – this is impossible, it cannot be done – because you yourself will prove it can. Whatever you do, you’ll be doing it together with your classmates, colleagues from other countries of the region, people with whom you share an interest for design and for the world which is shaped, changed, improved, and made different and more interesting by design.
From its first edition in 2010, D-Day has tried to stress and present the power and potential of young designers, those who are currently in school or have graduated, as well as those who are on the scene and those who are yet to become a part of it, but only if they are under 35 years of age. We are also interested in students’ projects created within faculty programs, stimulating independent productions and the strategy of self-presentation. We want to know how you communicate with partners, clients, the culture scene, and the industry. We are interested in developing projects that can both entice the competitiveness of our region’s economy and advance the society in which we live. Our aim is to strengthen the cooperation between authors, institutions, designer initiatives and industry, entrepreneurship and crafts partners from the region and its wider area.