Date: September 28th
Join us for our quarterly Shindigma: a speaker series focused on different parts, practices and possibilities within the design and development community.
We focus so much in the tech industry on the polished and shiny work we do but rarely do we ever show the work and time we needed to get us where we are today.
This quarter, Figma is hosting a lightning talk session about the struggles that four designers faced along their individual journey and what they’re working toward today.
📝 Event Details:
116 New Montgomery Street - Floor 9
6:00pm - 8:30pm
6:00pm - Welcome / mingle time
7:00pm - Lightning Talks Begin!
8:00pm - Q&A / mingle time
8:30pm - Closing Time
Bradee Evans (@bradee)
Experience/Product Design, Illustration, de-seriousficator. Previously at Adobe Photoshop. Now at Figma design.
Alice Lee (@byalicelee)
Interface instigator turned illustrious illustrator, mural + installation designer. team work makes the dream work bb. formerly @dropbox, bright eyes - http://byalicelee.com/ / https://www.instagram.com/byalicelee/
Jeremy Goldberg (@jeremygoldbrg)
Design Manager on Messenger at Facebook.
Previously at Google.
Working on @askplaybook
Jenn Julian (@hellojnnn)
A product design thinker and maker, currently working at Credit Karma to help make financial progress possible for everyone. http://www.hellojenn.info
We’ll have drinks and pizza along with some other goodies and since this is on a Friday, we decided to make it a little cooler by inviting Boba Guys to bring in some fun beverages.
If you’d like to chat with someone from Figma about upcoming features, you can do that during the first half of our mingle sessions.
Let us know when you want to chat and what you want to talk about via this nifty form we pulled together: https://goo.gl/forms/0MT8GRqzFF2ClheH3
🗝Code of Conduct
Figma is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, mental illness, neurotype, physical appearance, body, age, race, ethnicity, nationality, language, or religion.
We do not tolerate harassment of participants, guests or attendees in any form. Anyone who violates this code of conduct may be sanctioned or expelled from our event spaces at the discretion of the Figma team.
We’ll be recording the event and sharing it post-event, so if you can’t make it, be sure to follow us on Twitter and/or in Spectrum to know where you can find the feed.
Designer Advocate, Figma