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Cross disciplinary app development for developers and designers

Join us November 29 for a talk about tools and techniques for developers and designers in cross disciplinary application development

Our speakers for the evening are Andy MacDonald and Devon Williamson, a developer designer duo from Normative. 

During their talk, they will cover the following topics: 

• Modelling for cross disciplinary project kickoffs

• Tools for determining project requirements

• Avoiding the waterfall:  quick iterations to catch issues and test assumptions



6:30 pm - Arrive & mingle

7:00 pm - Introductions

7:10 pm - Talk & Q&A

8:00 pm - More mingling

9:00 pm - Doors close


About our speakers:

Andy MacDonald is a Development Team Lead at Normative. Working with a wide range of clients, including startups and large organizations, he has developed experiences and applications across numerous technology stacks. Andy is currently focused on creating forward thinking technology prototypes using a mix of traditional web-stack programming, graphical programming ( AR, object recognition / identification ), and hardware.  

Devon is a Designer at Normative. She began her career as a Digital Designer at Tribal, where she spent her time on campaign work, brand identities and web experiences for small and large clients. She now enjoys being further away from the advertising world, at Normative, where she gets the chance to solve challenging problems with great people, and design interfaces for products and software.

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