Art Practice as Data Set: A Field Guide for Artists, UXers, and Product Leaders

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Visual-artist-turned-UX/UI-designer is an increasingly common career trajectory. We'll explore why this trend is happening, and examine how artistic practice involves stewardship of data sets. Whether you're an artist who'd like to pivot into UX/UI, a leader or recruiter in search of fresh approaches to product thinking, or a UXer who wants to think more like an artist in your day-to-day work, you'll come away with practical suggestions you can put into practice as soon as you’d like.

Speaker bio:

Page Whitmore is a designer-ethicist and artist. Parsing data sets to identify their narrative heartbeats, she uses design thinking and co-creation to build and improve products. A strategist and empath, she lives to help organizations improve their operating processes by placing human experience at the center of innovation. In her independent practice, she treats product design as a conceptual art medium. Page holds a BA from Bard College and an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design.


- Pizza and socializing begins @ 6:45

- Talk begins @ 7:00 followed by Q&A

- A little extra socializing after the event