Tickets are VERY SOLD OUT for this show. If you did not purchase a ticket from Eventbrite at http://uxnight10.eventbrite.com you will NOT be able to attend this event. RSVPs on Meetup alone are not equivalent to a registered ticket.
We wish we could accommodate everyone but there is no more space available in the venue with 160 people on the waitlist. We will be turning away people at the door.
Juliette Melton, Design Research Lead at IDEO, will share her top 5 habits for innovation, grounded in core Design Research principles, and borrowing from unexpected areas including media, art, and education.
You will learn:
• How paying attention is the most versatile tool in the researcher's toolbox (and yes, it can be learned)
• What Tibetan monks can teach us about prototyping
• How borrowing techniques from newspapers and soap operas can transform research reports
• How time constraints can be wielded as tools for creativity
• When starting from the end can incite innovation
About Juliette Melton:
Juliette Melton is a design researcher and strategist based at IDEO in San Francisco. Her work centers on bringing human perspectives to the innovation process, particularly around technology-based products and services. She frequently nerds out on research methodology, scaling human-centered inquiry, and mindfulness/attention/focus.
Developing truly innovative new design offerings requires seeing the world in new ways. In this talk, you'll learn simple but revolutionary daily habits that will build your design skills and confidence.
6:00pm Doors Open
6:00-7:00pm Food, Drinks, Eventbrite. Meet, greet, network!
7:00-8:00pm Talk, Q&A
8:00-8:30pm More networking & wrap-up.
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This event is a part of SF Design Week.
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