Cuyana x Angeles Ortiz: SF Design Week Women in Design Panel

On June 25th, you’re invited to join us for an evening of conversation with design industry leaders Ángeles Ortiz, Art and Design Curator, Lauren Nelson, Award-Winning Interior Designer and Christina Cho Yoo, Co-Founder of Atelier Cho Thompson. For SF Design Week, we partnered with Ángeles Ortiz and Ecuadorian artisans to design an installation that celebrates

Cuyana x Angeles Ortiz: 164 Women Installation Opening

On June 21st, you’re invited to celebrate the opening of 164 Women with Karla Gallardo, CEO of Cuyana, and art and design curator, Ángeles Ortiz. For SF Design Week, we partnered with Ángeles Ortiz and Ecuadorian artisans to develop an exhibit that celebrates Ecuadorian female craftsmanship and our brand heritage. Join us for complimentary beverages

Intersectional Craftswomxnship — heart, soul, materials, play, ethics, form, inclusion

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

Women in Leadership & Design Workshop

Presented by AIGA SF and InVision, this all day intimate gathering will kick-off with a coffee social and an opportunity to get to know the other attendees to build your sisterhood. The day will include breakout sessions, conversations with women and non-binary design leaders, mediation sessions, and we’ll end with a happy hour so you

Crafting our own experience

We invite design professional women and gender minorities with 5 – 10 years of experience to join us for an evening of mixing (paint) and mingling (with drinks). Since so much of our time is spent in front of a screen, we’ll step away from our computers and into a more fluid way of working.

Creating a UX Community of Practice

PayPal’s UX organization has almost 200 designers, researchers and content designers in locations around the globe. Our goal is to foster an atmosphere where strong discovery practices and high-quality content, research and design are expected and celebrated. How then, do we drive user experience excellence, create efficiencies of scale, and energize our community with a