We have two exciting events coming up. On October 1st, Scott Berkun will join us to share inspiring stories on how to make design more central to how your coworkers make decisions. And on October 16th, a workshop with Indi Young, renowned UX researcher and author of books on mental models and practical empathy. Hurry up to reserve your spot!
Our UX Portfolio Reviews event kicked off as part of San Francisco Design Week with more than 130 participants, an expert panel of 9 incredible mentors, and more than 40 mentees whose portfolios were reviewed during the event.
It was an exciting opportunity to get insights into how hiring managers are reviewing designers’ work and what’s important to them when they decide if they want to move forward with a candidate.
In this Medium post you will find 45 tips from our experts on what you can do
This year at San Francisco Design Week we are hosting an online portfolio review session with a fantastic line-up of UX Designers and Managers.
It will be an interactive session, where you will get a chance to hear the experts’ feedback on UX portfolios and get insights into what hiring managers are looking for when reviewing designers’ work and hiring for a UX role.
You can participate in the review session without submitting a portfolio. You will greatly benefit from attending the review ses
In this full-day workshop, we will explore methods for design futuring and speculative design.
As part of World Interaction Design Day (IXDD), IxDA-SF and Adobe present an evening on "Trust and Responsibility" with renowned speakers including Margot Bloomstein (Appropriate Inc), Nanako Era (Airbnb), and Khoi Vinh (Adobe).
“Design Disciplines in Flux” will give Designers an opportunity to explore the future of our discipline as a community.
In the past, the Design discipline responded to needs and demands for specific perspectives and skill sets with a fragmentation into various sub-disciplines, such as Interaction Design, the closely related UX and Product Design, and other specializations such as Service Design.
At this interactive panel event, leading practitioners, educators, and thought-leaders from both Inte
This event investigates the impact of new technology paradigms on people’s everyday lives: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Social Media, Algorithms… all are having now proven significant impact on our everyday lives.
In this panel discussion with renowned speakers from Google, Stanford, Berkeley/Amazon, LinkedIn, and Possible’s project on HateSpeech in Twitter, implications on Privacy, Public Discourse, and Digital Well-Being overall will be explored. Included is an interactive segmen
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