As a product ecosystem expands from its first product offering to a suite of interconnected products, the design team often scales and forms subteams within the larger design organization. With this additional organizational and product complexity, it becomes increasingly difficult for designers to stay aligned on design best practices as well as interaction and visual
55 Mississippi St., San Francisco, CA, United States
Join the Whipsaw team in our stunning new studio in Potrero Hill. See the light-filled industrial-chic space, enjoy our product gallery, meet members of the team, and pick up exclusive Whipsaw swag. We’re looking forward to seeing you in person!
464 19th Street #205, Oakland, CA, United States
Enlisted welcomes all design enthusiasts to join our open studio for a Next Level experience featuring interactive workshops, live design demos and product showcases. From 7-7:45pm, we are proud to feature renowned designer, thinker & author, Donald Burlock, Jr. as a keynote speaker for a discussion about his book: Super Human by Design: Keys to
CCA’s Design Division presents a talk & book signing by Maria Giudice Becoming a Changemaker by Leading with Design Design leaders have evolved from being responsible for executing design concepts to having a crucial role in driving change across organizations. This is welcome progress, but with greater responsibility comes new challenges, especially when it comes
You're invited to our studio + material library conveniently located in the heart of San Francisco. Come hear from hosts Phnam and Mardis Bagley (Co-Founders and Creative Directors, Nonfiction) as they share the surprising plot twists that have happened as we've designed products and services - and firm - over the past seven years. Come
Come explore the future of accessible data experience through multisensory data physicalization! Data visualization is a powerful tool for making sense of complex information, but it often relies solely on our visual sense to communicate insights. In this event, multidisciplinary designers Tiange Wang and I-Yang Huang share a different approach to creating and sharing data