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    Scott Thomas
    Founder

    Scott Thomas, a.k.a SimpleScott, is a designer, technologist and founder of the Noun Project, a platform devoted to sharing the world’s visual language. Before creating a resource for universal communication, Scott collaborated on a wide array of projects for various brands, organizations, and agencies around the globe, including Obama for America, the White House, Fast Company, Apple, IBM, HP, Nike, Patagonia, Levis, the Alliance for Climate Protection, and Craigslist. His work has been featured in Wired, Print Magazine, The Atlantic, and The New York Times. In his free time, Scott strokes his beard and stares off into the distance, deep in thought about how to improve the world through design and technology.

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    BUILDING THE VISUAL LANGUAGE OF THE WEB
    9:05 AM Wednesday 11/6/2013

    The web is moving from a text to a visual-based medium and is also becoming global, transcending languages. Hear why the web needs a global visual language that everyone can understand.

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