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2016 Tumult Hype Conference Videos Available

  We’ve received the final videos from the Hype Conference in October — we’re happy to share them with you today at http://tumult.com/hype/conference/. You’ll also find downloadable keynotes and slides from each talk so you can follow along. To read interviews with each of the speakers, please visit this page. Enjoy!   Thanks,

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Sketchbooks from the 2016 Hype Conference by Andy McNally

Star illustrator and designer Andy McNally shared a number of sketches from the Hype Conference in October. Check them out below! To view videos from the conference, please visit http://tumult.com/hype/conference/.

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Daniel Morgan

Daniel Morgan is the Director of Support at Tumult and is the point of contact for technical questions, tutorials, and documentation. When did you start at Tumult?  I linked up with Jonathan Deutsch & Ryan Nielsen who were looking for help to get through their growing support queue. Hype at that point (five years ago) was a […]

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Jonathan Deutsch

Founder and lead developer Jonathan Deutsch will give the mile high view of Tumult Hype at the Hype Conference on October 8th. He’ll cover the past, present, and may offer a sneak peek at the future of Hype. Tell me a bit about yourself and what brought you to Hype: I’ve been with Hype since the […]

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Dean Hammond

I had the pleasure of meeting Dean and Susan at last year’s iBooks Author conference. Dean’s a great storyteller and he’ll be speaking at the Hype Conference about his experience animating iBooks with Susan in their new animation endeavor: Tell me a bit about yourself and what brought you to Tumult Hype:  Sue and I were impressed with […]

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Darren Pearson

Darren surprised us one day by sharing an Atari-inspired adventure game (complete with collision detection!) on the forums. We’re very excited to learn about the new games he’s porting to Hype at the conference, and hearing about upcoming courses in game design he’s spearheading for his students in Saint Paul: Tell me a bit about yourself and what […]

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Jake Ströh

Jake Ströh may be best known in the Hype community for his fantastic Lynda course. He’s been working in the digital production and education space for years. When he’s not teaching motion graphics, web design, and digital storytelling at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, he’s creating new digital experiences for clients. Tell me a […]

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Anthony DiLaura

Anthony brings enormous experience with creative instruction design to the conference and we’re happy to hear about his experience ramping up his upcoming math iBooks. Tell me a bit about yourself and what brought you to Hype… I am a high school math teacher and technology integration specialist. My high school went 1:1 iPads during the […]

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Introducing the Hype Conference Speakers: Kathleen Kowal

Kathleen has been a friend of Tumult since the earliest days: she proudly holds the title of ‘First Beta Tester’ and her feedback has been instrumental in guiding early development of Tumult Hype. Tell me a bit about yourself and what brought you to Hype I’m a full time designer and illustrator that spends a lot of […]

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Announcing the first Tumult Hype Conference: October 8th, 2016

Update: That’s a wrap! It was so great to meet Hype users from far and wide in Nashville. We’ll be sharing videos and slides from some of the speakers soon — click here to be notified when these are ready. We’re happy to announce the first Tumult Hype Conference! When & Where: October 8th, 2016 […]

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