Join us Thursday, September 13th, to hear the UX Design Team at Worrell share methods they’ve used to incorporate user feedback early and often into their design process. They will share their successes as well as the challenges they’ve faced when working across cultures and language barriers, often times dealing with sensitive health-related subjects.
There will be time devoted to Q and A, as well as a tour of Worrell’s design studio and W lab. http://www.worrell.com/wlab/
- Meet and greet, with refreshments: 6:30 - 7:00 PM
- Presentation and discussion: 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Location and Parking
1414 Marshall Street NE, Minneapolis MN 55413
Park in the back (signs will indicate), and enter through the W Lab entrance (not the main entrance). Parking is free.
About Worrell: Worrell is an industrial design firm in North East Minneapolis.
About the Presenters
Kristin Shardlow, Creative Lead
Kristin earned her MFA in Interactive Design from the University of Minnesota, and is a Candidate for PhD in Graphic Design. A published author in the areas of interactive design communication and cross-cultural design, Kristin also brings more than 8 years of hands-on design experience, including international UX research.
Lindsay Labahn, User Experience Designer
Lindsay received her degree in Art from the University of Minnesota and went on to gather a broad scope of design experience spanning fashion, industrial design, and health care. Lindsay now brings a unique set of design skills that range from interface design to UX research to Worrell’s team.
Lindsay St Clair, User Experience Designer
Lindsay St. Clair recently graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. Through multiple design internships and freelance work, her portfolio includes a broad range of branding, packaging, and interface designs.