Join us for "Design for Coders" - the complementary talk to Diana MacDonald's "Every Designer should learn to Code"; and "Intersectional What? Redux Who?: A Musing on Feminism and Web Development" with Melbourne newcomer Mark Brown II.
Thanks to our sponsors Zendesk, StarRez, Hays, and RateMyAgent there will be lots to eat and drink; we have great presenters lined up; and there will be plenty of opportunity to network and socialise at the event and at the Mitre Tavern afterwards.
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* Agenda *
18:00 - Doors open, food arrives
18:30 - Presentations
20:00 - Head to the Mitre Tavern
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* The Presentations *
Intersectional What? Redux Who?: A Musing on Feminism and Web Development
Mark Brown II
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Design for coders
What’s the point of building something no one wants? Instead, you can use design to solve problems, communicate, and delight people.
Diana MacDonald is a product designer, raised in the tropical north of Australia. She has relished the tech industry for over a decade, exploring the digital space with progressive organisations like Culture Amp, Bellroy, and SitePoint. Blurring the lines of designer, developer, writer, and leader, she believes in the value of considered, inclusive, and remarkable stories. She wants to help you effortlessly execute your digital ideas.