Join us for an intersectional narrative of womxn discussing shaping experiences, theory, research, material science, couture, AI/ethics, game mechanics, UX, and industrial product design principles. This powerhouse panel is moderated by: Ana Arriola GM & Partner, AI+ Research at Microsoft PANELISTS: – Safiya Umoja Noble Ph.D Associate Professor, UCLA Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Southern
The Autodesk Gallery Celebrates The Future of Making See how design shapes the world, from the buildings we live and work in, to the machines that propel us forward, to the products that enrich our everyday experiences. Experience what it’s like to take an idea from design through fabrication using Autodesk design tools. Go from
Studio Crawl is a two-night event during which guests meet the designers and creators behind some of the city’s most admired products, designs, and brands. Studio Crawl is held at various architecture and design studios, shops, galleries and startups around San Francisco allowing studios to share their products and projects to professionals and design enthusiasts.
Are you a designer with a product idea but are not sure what to do next? This instructional event will walk you through the step-by-step process of taking a product from concept to manufacturing, with all the considerations along the way. We’ll have a discussion with the key stakeholders who were critical to the San
Join Autodesk for brunch and a panel discussion on impactful and well-designed products that if scaled, could have a significantly beneficial impact on the environment, and the way we live. Enjoy breakfast, a panel discussion on designing for a low carbon economy, and access to the Autodesk Gallery. Moderator: Kate McElligott, Autodesk Foundation SPEAKERS: –
Studio Crawls are an annual, highly anticipated event where attendees go from studio to studio, peek inside and meet the designers and creators behind some of the city’s most admired products, designs and brands. Studio Crawl is held at various architecture and design studios, shops, galleries, tech companies and startups around San Francisco allowing studios
Bringing technology to restaurants doesn’t mean sacrificing the human experience. eatsa’s innovative end-to-end restaurant Platform is changing the way restaurants operate and how they engage with their customers. eatsa’s multi-disciplinary design team will share how they’ve designed user-centered experiences for restaurants in the digital era. The event will be hosted at their corporate office where
In collaboration with ________, join us for a product launch party! Get an opportunity to see the prototype product in person before it releases into mass production. Come toast our latest launch with us! Adult drinks and tasty food are all on us!
Many ancient design methods can provide modern solutions when combined with new materials and tech. All tickets include a tour of Oru HQ, coffee, light snacks a kayaking experience on the San Francisco Bay. Lead designer Anton Willis will share how an article about a physicist studying the mathematics of origami inspired the first Oru
Go behind the scenes at Model No., the brand new 3D printed, configurable furniture company. We will show you how our furniture is 3D printed in house, full scale and out of our custom bio-resin. At Model No., we’ve developed unique processes using additive manufacturing to create elegantly designed objects, and deliver highly customizable and
Design makes a difference— whether you make industrial sensors or craft beer. Join IoT sensor company Samsara and Fort Point Beer Company to learn how they weave design into all aspects of their business and why it is crucial to their company’s culture. From the creation of packaging and products to visual identity, find out
Aplat is a design company creating modern sustainable culinary products that celebrate food and inspire togetherness. Visit our studio and learn about how origami principles inform our zero waste design and manufacturing process. Founder Shujan Bertrand will share her personal story on starting Aplat and the experience of manufacturing in San Francisco. SIP + SHOP: