Design Work 15 November 2017
Design Work: The Future of UX – Sold Out
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


130 Sutter Street, St 600 San Francisco

San Francisco

Event is over
6:30 pm
Doors Open For Mingling And Drinks
7:00 pm
Panel Discussion Begins
8:30 pm
Panel Discussion Wraps Up
9:00 pm
Event Ends // Doors Close

With user experience now becoming a key part of the success of almost every interactive endeavor we look at the technologies and directions that lie ahead for UX.

Our panel of UX designers will give us their insights from the world of voice activated, VR, environmental and mobile/online.

Join us we ask our panelists

  • What new technology lies over the horizon?
  • What are the new UX needs that aren’t currently addressed?
  • What are the goals that tech/UX will be measured by?
  • How will the panelists gain insight into the mindset of the new tech’s user?
  • What is the future of prototyping?
  • Where will UX be in 5 years?
  • moderator
    Amy Stellhorn, Founder of Big Monocle
    Amy is the founder and CEO of Big Monocle, an award-winning creative agency with offices in San Francisco, San Jose, Redwood City and Provo. She works with fortune 500 brands and specializes in strategic, high-level brand and campaign thinking. This year Big Monocle was named Small Agency of the Year by the DMA.
    Agatha Yu, Product Designer, Oculus
    Agatha led and shipped core Oculus platform products such as Home, Explore, Search and Store. Her current focus is on architecting Oculus Rift's Home 2.0 and shaping 6DoF controller interaction language. In collaboration with artists and engineers, the team is building ways for users to creatively express themselves in virtual spaces. Before Oculus, she was at Adobe designing creative tools, including touch based animation, visual scripting and real-world asset extraction.
    Daniel Padgett, Conversation Design Lead, Google
    Daniel is a Conversation Design Lead for Google Assistant, creating engaging user experiences for Home, Pixel, Wear, and more. For the past 15 years, he has been leveraging language technologies to develop user-centered solutions for major brands like Allstate, Nike, Target, and Cisco. Just prior to Google, he led service design efforts as Director of Customer Service Experience at Walgreens, deploying proactive and personalized contact solutions for roughly 100 million customers at more than 8200 stores.
    Tikva Morowati, Independent Design & Product Owner
    Tikva works with startups and established companies to develop new human-to-human-centered products, services and spaces with her expertise designing across software, hardware and the built environment. She established Google’s futuristic workspace design and prototyping effort within the physical environment and augmented reality; she oversaw design and development of new mobile products and social experiences for third party brands like Nike at Facebook; and she’s worked with dozens of startups to define and design their launch products, most notably while at New York’s new product design shop, Charming Robot. She was also the director and curator at Ignite NYC, designed sonic navigation interfaces while at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program and made films while at NYU’s Film School. She can be found on Twitter @tikkers. Photo © Ricky Montalvo
    Stefan Andrizzi, Creative Director Alexa Voice, Amazon Devices and Services
    Stefan has a great deal of experience understanding how users interact with products and devices while working at Method, Google and now Amazon. He is endlessly curious about process and team dynamics — how teams can constantly improve at working together towards building something great. Within the product design discipline, he is rigorous in his efforts to blend craftsmanship and technology to make products that change behaviors and delight customers. Stefan functions fluently across strategy, planning, interaction and visual design to promote a hybrid approach to product development.