San Francisco Ruby on Rails Group Message Board › Related Event: Designer/Developer Intermingling next week @Storek Building
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Our friends at the Storek Building are hosting a meetup next week Wed to bring together design and development. It fits the theme of our upcoming Big Content and Rails meetup and so we thought we'd pass this information along.
(Should also note that one of the speakers, Cary Dunn, is an expert at rapid prototyping apps in Rails while also pioneering enterprise-grade Rails-backed solutions for Fortune 500 companies.)
Visual Meets Virtual
Join FontShop and the Storek Building for an informal evening aimed to connect developers and designers with one another to build beautiful projects together.
The event will appeal to developers looking to make their app or website more visually appealing and to designers seeking ways to connect with cool companies and projects. Program includes a brief presentations by members of the design and development communities along with plenty of refreshments and libations.
Day: Wednesday, August 24th
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Storek Building, 155 9th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
6-7 p.m.: Pizza & Libations
7-7:45 p.m.: Panel Discussion and Q&A
7:45-9 p.m.: Mingle with our panelists and other attendees
Cary Dunn, CTO, RightSignature. From the temperate and sleepy beachside town of Santa Barbara, Cary is the development and UI steamboat behind the e-signature company RightSignature. He is a crossbreed developer/designer, which means you'll often find him wireframing in code rather than Photoshop. He lives his life at local coffee shops, spends late nights hacking code, and always has a few new products brewing.
Chris Palmatier is a designer, developer, and artist whose restless muse keeps him bouncing between his text editor, vector drawing software, drafting table, and art studio. Over the past 10 years, he has worked as a full-stack web developer and interaction/visual designer, working to create tools that are both usable and delightful for the University of California, IDEO, and Civic Center/Neighborland.org, to name a few. When not working on Internet design and manufacture, he also works on print design and consulting for clients in the East Bay, designs furniture, and creates abstract paintings and sculptures. Chris holds a BFA in Fine Arts (Painting) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and lives in sunny Oakland, CA.
Gregor Martynus. Having a degree in Media System Design and working for years as developer, designer and in between, Gregor understands the different languages of both sides. Potential gets lost in translation and wrong expectation – let's talk synergies. Gregor is the founder of minutes.io, an HTML5 app to take & share meeting notes. He enjoys working at coworking spaces and is moving once or twice per year. After San Francisco, he'll move to Zurich with his wife. Spare time activities include traveling, photography and snowboarding.