08 December 2016
Facebook: Designing for Better Civic Engagement
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Warehouse Artist Lofts

1108 R Street

Sacramento, CA 95811

Event is over
6:00 pm
Doors Open
6:30 pm
Presentation Begins
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
Event Ends

Join us in Sacramento

Our special guest, Facebook product designer Miki Setlur, will share his experience designing for better civic engagement at Facebook.

Miki will walk us through some features he and his team released for the 2016 U.S. general election and the unique design challenges he faced in helping millions of people register to vote, plan ahead before walking into the voting booth and connect with their newly elected representatives.

Seating is limited. Tickets are non-refundable


This event was organized with the generous help from the Sacramento AIGA Community Committee Kelina Orozco and Heather Dunmoyer.

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Miki Setlur
Miki Setlur is a senior Product Designer at Facebook leading efforts to increase civic engagement and help over a billion people be better connected citizens. Miki recently led the design of Facebook’s voting plan, which informed millions of americans of what was on their ballot and gave them tools to prepare before walking into the voting booth. On the other side of the civic relationship, he’s led the design of tools supporting candidates and representatives to better communicate with and serve their constituents. Prior to Facebook, Miki was a senior Product Designer at Twitter crafting part of the system that enabled the design team to design for hundreds of millions of people. He worked on projects ranging from foundational design frameworks to high growth emerging markets initiatives across a spectrum of mobile and web platforms. Before Twitter, Miki led the design of Evernote for Android to become one of it’s top apps, reaching millions of users, consistently in editor’s choice and named one of Google’s Best Apps of 2012.