Designing Products: How to Design Inclusive Products

Every design decision has the potential to include or exclude users. Inclusive design challenges us to think beyond our everyday experiences and to look beyond our own biases to design solutions that address hidden, and sometimes, overlooked user needs, capabilities and aspirations. By understanding user diversity, we inform our decisions, and thus, include as many

Design for Right-to-Left (RTL) Language Audiences

RTL languages — including Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian — comprise one of the fastest growing linguistic demographics in the world. Understand design issues with fonts; icons and user interfaces; directional bias in motion and time; dialects and diglossic code-switching; and web/mobile layout considerations. Learn about factors in data visualization, scanning, and hierarchy. Our case study

Design Ethics Talk with Mike Monteiro

Like every other human being on the planet we share, designers are part of the social contract. By choosing to be a designer you are choosing to affect the people who come in contact with your work. Learn how to tell if your work will hurt or help those people and how to measure social

Design Ethics Workshop with Mike Monteiro

Like every other human being on the planet we share, designers are part of the social contract. By choosing to be a designer you are choosing to affect the people who come in contact with your work. Learn how to tell if your work will hurt or help those people and how to measure social

Designing Women’s Health + Well-being

With the rise of female-driven economy we are seeing a fundamental shift in design and product development. Balanced teams with women in leadership are driving innovation and bringing new experiences that address the authentic and unique needs of women. Join us for an evening showcasing products that are Redesigning Women’s Health and Well Being featuring