Join us in kicking-off our Seattle user-group with Figma CEO Dylan Field for an evening of drinks and lightning talks on October 11th from 6:00 – 9:00pm.
The event is graciously being hosted by the fine folks at This Place (https://thisplace.com/), a digital product agency, in their brand new studio and event space.
837 N 34th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
We have limited capacity so please RSVP to get on the guest-list.
6:00pm — Welcome: Drinks, snacks and networking/mingle time
7:00pm — Lightning talks
8:00pm — Q&A + networking/mingle time
9:00pm — Closing time
Dylan Field (https://twitter.com/zoink)
CEO & Co-Founder @ Figma
— Introduction and Welcome
Executive Creative Director & Co-Founder @ This Place
— An external agency perspective on building design systems with clients
Azima Mansuri + Sara Clayton
UX Researcher, UX Designer @ Microsoft
—The Evolution of Design Collaboration: Design has always been at the center of a very collaborative process – collaboration with product managers, with developers, with content writers, and with fellow designers. With the advent of an overwhelming amount of incredible new tools and standardized practices, design collaboration is rapidly evolving to a more effective, efficient, and transparent process. To learn about how designers and their processes have evolved in parallel, we interviewed some great designers and researchers and are excited to share what they had to say about the process then, now and what they expect it to be in the future!
Product Design @ Microsoft
— Engineering design consistency: To deliver real business impact, product teams have to move fast and fail forward. Today in technology, you can’t have design consistency at scale without close collaboration with your engineers. So, we’re architecting a way to make engineers better designers and designers better engineers. And I’ll show you how.
Stay tuned for our complete line up of lightning talks on design systems and collaboration!
We’ll have drinks and snacks available on-site.
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