OCXD Apr 2019 - "Should Designers Code?" & Team Design Challenge

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200 Spectrum Center Dr #2000

200 Spectrum Center Drive · Irvine

How to find us

Free parking at 100 Spectrum Center Dr (after 5pm) then just walk across the street to the 200 building. We're on the 20th floor. Text Chris at 760-445-2744 if you have trouble with the elevators.

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Hey OC eXperience Designers,

This month we have an awesome presentation on "Should designers code?," by Nelson Abalos Jr., and also another fantastic Group Design Challenge!

Should designers code? This is a very common question in our industry. Today, designers are needed to not only help solve problems in the physical space but also in digital space. So, should we designers be expected to code?

About the presenter: Nelson Abalos Jr. is a Designer Evangelist at Webflow and UX Consultant at Cowlick Appeal.

If you have some work, regardless of the stage of the process you are in with it, that you'd like some feedback on, let us know!

This event isn't just for designers and we encourage product managers, developers, and anyone interested in UX to attend.

There will be free food and beverages, provided by Neudesic.

Free parking at 100 Spectrum Center Dr. or across the street at the Irvine Spectrum.

Hope to see you there!

If you have trouble with the elevators, text Chris: (760)[masked]

More Info on OCXD (http://ocxd.org/)

Have a great speaker in mind or would like to speak on a topic yourself, let us know!

New to UX? Don’t worry, come, learn and network with other local UX folks.

Hiring or looking for a job in UX? We’ll save some time to discuss any current open UX positions that members want to promote.

We look forward to regularly seeing you at the monthly events!

A little about our food and beverage sponsor, Neudesic (http://www.neudesic.com):

Neudesic is the trusted technology partner in business innovation, delivering impactful business results to clients through digital modernization and evolution. Founded in 2002, Neudesic is a privately held company headquartered in Irvine, California, and serves clients globally from offices in the United States and India. For more information, visit www.neudesic.com (http://www.neudesic.com/).