Thank-you Manila!

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  1. On our end as spectators, your talk was more than enough to make the event amazing. I was sitting with lots of people saying that, after your talk (which happens to be the 1st of 7) they already knew that they got what they came for. Thanks for visiting our crazy country, we hope to see you again sometime :) and, Rock and Roll!

  2. We were at the venue 4 hours before the event time. And youbeing the first one to present, I suddenly forget all those back ache I got from lining up for four hours. It was really a pleasure to have and welcome you in our country. And thank you so much being SO down to earth, I am very glad that you had a great impression to us, Filipinos. Mabuhay ka, Mabuhay ang Signalnoise!

  3. Your talk was the most relatable! Thank you so much for sharing your passion with us here in Manila. It was like listening again to the stories of our prof way back in college. All the lessons and the experience you have shared with us really inspired me and i guess thats mutual on every person in the confe. :) glad that you had a good time! Its really more fun in the Philippines :)

  4. In behalf of my company, Imageworld, I would like to thank you for your inspiring, passionate, educational and humorous presentation! I’ll DEFINITELY take your tips and points to heart, I consider them VERY good advice. My only regret is I didn’t take a video of your time (and the others’). Please do consider coming back to our country soon, you are more than welcome to! Cheers to you and SignalNoise!

  5. Thank you for the entertaining and educative talk Mr. White :) hoping you’d be back in The Philippines again to share your knowledge and creative insights to younger people like me :)

  6. You and jessica were the awesomest speakers this year. It’s all worth it!!! Thank you for visiting here! Hope you come back!

  7. Thank you very much for coming here in Manila, thanks for sharing your amazing works, your masterpieces really inspired me to keep on doing my styles and approach in designing. also thanks for sharing simple things way back from your childhood, reminds me of my childhood too. stay as AWESOME as you are, Cowabunga dude! :)

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James White is a digital artist and speaker hailing from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. With over 20 years of experience, James has worked with many international brands and has taken the stage at design conferences across the globe. He loves hot pink, chrome text and stuff from the 1980s.

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