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How to Build Effective UX Design Teams

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General Assembly Denver @ WeWork LoHi

2420 17th Street

3rd Floor

Denver, CO 80202

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Today’s design teams have become more and more vital to business success. Design teams impact product creation, user adoption, and growth.

This is precisely why there is no better time for companies to invest in building world-class design teams.

In this panel discussion, you'll learn about the challenges companies face in developing effective UX Design teams and why it's important to continuously sharpen design skills.

Come learn, share your thoughts, and dream about your all-star design team with us.

Takeaways

  • Understand concerns companies have when building out a design team.
  • Learn about the various roles designers can take on and how those integrate with each other and the broader team.
  • Learn how to invest in upskilling your designers and the teams that work closely with design

Agenda:

  • 6:00 pm - Happy Hour
  • 6:30 pm - Panel Discussion
  • 7:15 pm - Q&A
  • 7:30 pm - Wrap-Up


  • SuAnne Hall

    SuAnne Hall

    ProtectWise, Inc.

    Senior UX Product Architect

  • Michael Salamon

    Michael Salamon

    Lousy

    Principal

  • Dan Saltzman

    Dan Saltzman

    Effective

    VP of Design

  • Jason Walzer

    Jason Walzer

    Google

    User Experience Manager / Design Lead




In Partnership with Artisan Talent

We are a creative, digital, and marketing staffing agency. We advocate for the best talent, including Graphic Designers, Web and Mobile Developers, UX Designers, Interactive Learning Consultants, Project Managers, and more. We nurture relationships with the best clients, from interactive agencies to small non-profits to major corporations.
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Denver, CO 80202

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