Join Seattle Women of Design & UX for a panel discussion with design experts from Dell, This Place, and Google. We will discuss some of the biggest, most obvious differences between designing for an enterprise product vs designing for a consumer facing product in addition to the more subtle distinctions discovered over time. We’ll also talk about the different qualities leaders look for in a consumer designer vs an enterprise designer, how stakeholders are similar or different between the two types of design, the balance between speed vs scale, and how design processes evolve to account for these competing demands.
There will be plenty of time to mingle prior to the event and afterwards. Drinks and snacks will be provided. This event is hosted by Christina Storm at the Google office in Fremont. This is an inclusive event and open to all!
6:00 - 6:30PM --> Doors open, mingle and enjoy a drink and snack
6:30 - 7:30PM --> Panel discussion with Ricki, Kams, and Claire
7:30 - 8:00PM --> Wrap up, chat with the presenters, and continue mingling!
Claire currently works as a Platform UX Designer on Google Cloud Console. Prior to joining Google, she’s had the opportunity to work on design challenges ranging from equestrian startups (@Mystride) to Progressive Web Apps (@Expedia). She’s passionate about design–and its intersection with development–and loves getting lost in solving cross-functional system design problems.
Kams is an Interaction Designer and Design Lead for Dell Technologies - but not the laptops! She works on data storage and infrastructure, designing the products that make storing and managing massive data sets simple. She's a full-stack designer who specializes in creating complex user interfaces for enterprise-class customers.
Ricki Xie is a UX designer working at the digital product agency, This Place. She loves untangling complex problems and applying user-centered processes to various design challenges. Over the last two and a half years, she has had the opportunity to work with clients to launch products and services for both consumers and enterprise customers. Outside of work projects, she likes to tinker with emerging technologies and learning new ways of thinking and approaching problems.