Come spend a fun evening discovering how a dose of improv can unleash the potential of creative collaboration with this interactive talk from Silicon Valley innovator Steve Portigal.
Appetizers will be provided, and we're excited to have the Computer History Museum as a perfect venue for this event. Check out the detailed description below more info. While you're down there, take a peek at a sample video showing Steve's dynamic presentation style.
6-7pm: Check in, mingling, appetizers
7-8:30pm: Main event
Yes, My Iguana Loves to Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Design
Steve Portigal is the founder of Portigal Consulting, a bite-sized Bay Area firm that helps clients to discover and act on new insights about themselves and their customers. In the past 15 years, Steve has interviewed hundreds of people, including families eating breakfast, hotel maintenance staff, architects, rock musicians, home-automation enthusiasts, credit-default swap traders, and radiologists. His work has informed the development of mobile devices, medical information systems, music gear, wine packaging, financial services, corporate intranets, videoconferencing systems, and iPod accessories. Steve writes regularly on topics from interaction design to pop culture for interactions, Core77, Ambidextrous, Johnny Holland, and the Portigal Consulting blog All This ChittahChattah. He is an avid photographer who has a Museum of Foreign Groceries in his home.