Resource Speaker/Expert: Rino Datuin
Room F – June 08, 2019 | Saturday, 09:30 am – 05:00 pm (Wholeday)
What are the prominent design and graphics trends for products and packaging given the shifts in consumer preferences and lifestyle? Give your event distinct character by creating unique styles and themes. Learn trending themes for events and merchandising. This seminar session includes design workshop.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate.
Target Audience: Graphic designers and artists, Creative directors, Layout artists, Visual merchandisers, Product design developers, Exhibition designers, Stylists, Industrial designers, Product managers, Brand managers, Event managers, and those involved in creative, design, product development, and events styling projects.
Professor, Miriam College
Rino Datuin is currently the Chair for Applied Arts and Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences, Miriam College. He teaches courses in the Visual Design Program and in the Entrepreneurship Program.
He is a former Chairperson of Industrial Design Program, 2007 – 2014 at De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde. Also, the Industrial Design Lecturer and Pioneer-Faculty since 1992.
He worked in Center for International Trade and Expositions and Missions (CITEM-DTI) as Division Chief for Exhibition and Design, 1990 – 2005.
He is an incumbent President of National Council of Industrial Designers of the Philippines (NCIDP).
He received various awards and recognitions, such as, Best Booth Design Awardee in Franchise Asia Expo (2015), Organic Food Pavilion during Bio-Search organized by CITEM-DTI (2006), and Agraryo Trade Fair (2005).
2nd Prize Winner, Asian World Fab Cup for the Design of an Acrylic Food Serving Tray for Typhoon Evacuees in 1st FabLab Asia Network Conference (2014). Special Citation Recipient, VCOP Pavilion in IFEX/bio-search (2007). Nominee for Best Furniture Design and Best Furnishings Collection Diseno Pacifico, Philippine Furniture Festival (2006).
He holds MBA from the De La Salle University. He graduated Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Industrial Design, University of Santo Tomas, Cum Laude.