Whether consciously or subconsciously, each of us holds a notion of our own purpose. The design achieves its highest value when it helps us fulfill that purpose. Come join a generative workshop where we investigate and celebrate the superhero within you. Have fun designing your very own hero emblem while reflecting on the motivations, beliefs, and powers that you bring to bear. Share in a moment of community with a league of fellow heroes as you hear their stories and share your own.
This workshop will include light presentation mixed with individual drawing/writing exercises and closing with small group discussion.
We’ll be getting creative. It will help to prepare paper and art supplies of your choosing for the activity.
About Eric Bailey
Eric Bailey is a UX leader with 20+ years of experience. As a practitioner, his intent is to create transformative experiences that make us healthier, happier and wiser. As a manager, he guides designers to discover and achieve their own north star. Eric lives his own purpose through Properganda– making wearable and shareable art with a twist of social commentary. Eric is also a Vice President of User Experience at Zillow Group, leading the design of home buying/selling customer experiences and operator tools.
Eric has led design and innovation teams at AthenaHealth, served as Head of Design and Research at AltSchool, and served as Creative Director at the global innovation firm Frog Design. Eric earned his Master of Arts in Education from Stanford University’s Learning, Design and Technology program and a Bachelor of Science in Design from the University of Cincinnati.
About Donald Burlock, Jr.
Donald Burlock, Jr. is an in-demand design leader with more than ten years of experience creating strategies and game-changing results in the marketplace. Donald has launched highly-awarded global campaigns and helped top organizations like Coca-Cola, IDEO, Dolby Labs, and Capital One deliver innovative design solutions to diverse audiences.
He has contributed to multiple design outlets and regularly speaks on creativity and design thinking. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University and a Master of Industrial Design degree from Georgia Institute of Technology.