'Identity Crisis!' to be available at first
Creative Freelancer Conference

While there will not be an official bookstore at the Creative Freelancer Conference - to be held August 27-29 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago - the book Identity Crisis!: 50 Redesigns That Transformed Stale Identities Into Successful Brands will be available at the event registration desk. Author Jeff Fisher, the Engineer of Creative Identity for the Portland-based firm Jeff Fisher LogoMotives, will be the closing speaker for the conference with his session, "Reaping the Rewards of Creative Independence." He will also be autographing copies of the book throughout the industry activity.

The Creative Freelancer Conference, co-sponsored by HOW Magazine and Marketing Mentor, will provide independent designers, illustrators, copywriters, photographers and others with pricing strategies, marketing techniques and the best business practices for running a one-person business.

Those interested in the new event may learn more on the Creative Freelancer Conference Blog. Additional information, and registration, is available on the Creative Freelancer Conference website.

© 2008 Jeff Fisher LogoMotives

1 comment:

Kim said...

oh, this is sooo cool, jeff -- great way to get that great book out to people who will really enjoy it!

speaking of, i loaned my copy of "Identity Crisis" (after first scribbling my name inside the cover so it finds its way back to me :) ) to a gifted local high school art student who i'm working with on a real-world design project. he's developing his first commercial logo for a music program -- and, he was sooo inspired by your book. i can't tell you how rewarding it was for me to hear him describe the intelligent thinking that went into his initial thumbnail sketches -- and, when my eyebrows shot up with excitement, he mentioned that he had learned a lot of from your book! I think I might just have to buy this talented young man his very own copy :) (and, yes, that wouldn't be entirely altruistic of me... as i do want my copy back!) :)

thought you'd like to know how you're helping the next generation of designers!!