Unsurprisingly, Red Hat Summit is a BIG deal here at Red Hat. It is our yearly event where passionate geeks around the world unite to learn about open source technology and how it is changing the very world we live in. It’s epic, it’s huge, and it’s a three-day conference that is planned from start
As always, there are many new projects going on at Red Hat all the time. A huge one for Red Hat is opening a new Open Innovation Labs space in Boston. It’s a brand new facility where our customers’ developers come to workshop their ideas with Red Hat experts. They learn, collaborate, build, and leave with
At the beginning of November, a group of Red Hatters from the 9th floor packed our bags and headed to San Diego to attend AdobeMAX 2016. Designers, animators, videographers, event managers, content writers—we each had different agendas, but we had one common goal: to soak up as much information as possible and share it with
Infographics, story graphics, fact graphics. I get to work on all 3 at Red Hat, so I thought it would be fun to make one that relates to the Creative Strategy + Design team. I made a survey to get to know the team better and received answers from everyone on our team plus 3 of our resource managers.
This is the final in a series of 3 blog posts that will walk you through our 2016 Red Hat Summit theme process. In this post, we’ll focus on our third phase – theme refinement. And the winner is: The Power of Participation as shown through Depth Pixels (or if you stumble on your words like
I wanted to find a way to introduce you to the crazy, amazing, awesome talent of our in-house creative team at Red Hat. I couldn’t think of a better way for introductions, so therefore an illustrated graphic was born. We are a team of creative strategists, graphic designers, video producers, and motion designers. We are