Happy Summer, Habit Designers! We're excited to return to our awesome partner, IDEO, this time to discuss architecting habit design solutions. With over 400 companies & organizations now building products based on habit design in our community, you definitely won't want to miss this event! Check out our new Vimeo channel with videos of talks from the last meetup (more to be posted soon).
HOW THE EVENING WILL GO:
6:00-6:30: Social mingling, networking
7:00-7:30: Nir Eyal
7:30-8:00: 4-5 Ignite-style talks from members
8:00-8:30: Wrapup & mingling
8:30-: Dinner nearby for those who want to continue the conversation...
IDEO is an award-winning global design firm that takes a human-centered, design-based approach to helping organizations in the public and private sectors innovate and grow. IDEO identifies new ways to serve and support people by uncovering latent needs, behaviors, and desires.
IDEO envisions new companies and brands, and we design the products, services, spaces, and interactive experiences that bring them to life.
IDEO helps organizations build creative culture and the internal systems required to sustain innovation and launch new ventures.
ABOUT NIR EYAL:
Nir Eyal is a contributing writer for TechCrunch, Forbes, Psychology Today, and a frequent speaker at industry conferences, universities, and Fortune 500 companies (presentations available here). He's also a mentor at several incubators including 500 Startups, Founders Institute, Innovation Endeavors, and the Thiel Fellowship. As an entrepreneur, Nir has sold two technology companies since 2003. For most of his career, Nir has worked in the video gaming and advertising industries where he learned, applied, and at times rejected, the techniques used to motivate and manipulate users. His writing helps companies create behaviors that benefit their users, while educating people on how to build healthful habits in their own lives. Nir graduated from Emory University and Stanford GSB.
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