Screening of design film aims to inspire disruptive businesses

Tom Haczewski from The User Story. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Tom Haczewski from The User Story. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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A film examining how design and technology can change existing industries will be screened for free at a Norwich event.

Design Disruptors will receive its premiere when it is shown at Norwich University of the Arts on May 17.

The event is being organised by startup design agency The User Story and aims to inspire the tech community will feature a Q&A with an expert panel, including designers from design firms Foolproof and A Fine Studio.

Tom Haczewski, director of The User Story, said: “We are lucky to harbour a wealth of digital and design talent in Norfolk with over 7500 digital tech jobs in Norwich alone, and we want to bring these creative people together to inspire some disruption of our own.”

The event takes place on from 6pm, at the NUA Lecture Theatre and tickets are available from

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