How do you get started on a path towards design leadership? It starts with your current role. There are many variations when it comes to design teams, designers’ roles shift and adapt to the context, and so does the need for leaders. As designers, we can embrace building leadership skills at any stage of our career to create value.
Join projekt202’s Rob Kaczmarek in Austin for an engaging discussion on creating and maintaining a customer-centric business.
Don't miss this UX Design event with Ladies that UX Seattle and featuring projekt202's talented Rayn Vonder Hoya. Seattle community speakers will discuss what it’s like to work in UX Design. Learn from their perspective and advice to help you better prepare for your future or current UX role.
Chad Lumley Co-Presents "Data as a Feature: Build Answer-generating Apps with UX-driven Development" @ TIBCO NOW Chicago
This session will feature a brand-new demo application—created by TIBCO Jaspersoft and projekt202—that illustrates and teaches you how to create answer-generating applications of your own.
projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson will be a featured presenter at CX Talks Dallas on June 10. His topic will be “Businesses Want Results, Not Empathy Maps.”
Prakash Tuladhar Presents: "Why Should You Fund Value Streams Rather than Projects" @ 13th Annual UT Dallas Project Management Symposium
projekt202 Senior Program Manager Prakash Tuladhar will speak Tuesday, May 21, at the 13th Annual University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) Project Management Symposium.
projekt202 Director of Delivery Kara Scott will be a guest panelist at the Women Impact Tech conference in Seattle this Thursday, May 2.
projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson will be a featured guest on a live business podcast at 9 a.m. CST Tuesday, April 2. The topic is “Designing A Game-Changing User Experience.”
projekt202’s Emily Diersing, Jasmine Walker and Tania Simpson will share how research, design and development work together to create something that people fall in love with, using their practical experience working with some of the world’s biggest brands at projekt202.
John Keese Presents "Animation: The Fine Line Between Intuitive and Distracting" @ DSVC National Student Show
It’s time to get animated as projekt202 Experience Architect John Keese presents valuable tips and tricks to enable quick animation prototyping and assure easy dev handoff.
Design Thinking is a human-centered approach that finds solutions for businesses and its customers through proven processes. It emphasizes empathy building, solving for a need, story-based ideation and validating potential solutions. Through the design thinking process, we are able to learn about users, discover opportunities, solve problems or meet needs, and test their assumptions.
Nicholette Daniel will be sharing some ways to use Slack to help teams work better, together. There will be an opportunity for user group members to discuss their favorite Slack tips and tricks, too.
projekt202 Senior Experience Director Josh Christopher will discuss the symmetry of design at this month’s Creative Mornings meetup. The presentation takes place Feb. 22; tickets are available starting Feb. 18.
projekt202 Austin team members David Rodriguez, Jess Moss, Mani Karusala and Qian Li will participate in the Creative Jam, hosted by the Adobe Creative Cloud team at Gather Venue Monroe. The Feb. 21 Creative Jam will focus on UI/UX design in a two-part experience that recognizes and celebrates creativity.
projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson will speak at the Waypoint 2019 Conference in Dallas Feb. 20.
projekt202 VP of CX Jeremy Johnson moderates the “Embedded and Embattled: Getting Your Organization to Care About the Experience from the Inside Out” panel at the 2018 Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC) on Oct. 17.
Come participate in a powerful panel discussion on how Dallas has empowered Diversity and Inclusion in Design and where we are headed.
We're inviting a cross section of the city, from industry veterans to new design students, to come make your voices heard and to listen to one another.
While it’s easy to recognize effective design requires multi perspectives, it’s not always easy to make sure your best intentions are understood across disciplines.
In this panel incorporating business development, market research, user experience, and development, we will discuss strategies and considerations when you know your work will be acted on by downstream practices.
Jeremy Johnson, Kelly Moran, & Kim Harris Participate: "UX Rock Star Panel Discussion" @ North Dallas Agile Product Owners Meetup
This panel of local UX Designers will discuss any and all topics of your choosing! Maybe: the relationship between UX and product? How to best work together? Design thinking? The difference between UI and UX design? Or techniques to build customer understanding? Now is your chance to ask them anything! — it’s up to you!
It’s a known fact that the relationship between designers and developers is the key to any successful software project, and yet, collaboration between the two can be quite rocky. So, why can’t we all just get along?
This inspiring panel event series invites key players in Austin’s design community to offer a rare insider’s look at how they work and create. From branding to user experience to city planning, panelists will discuss how they approach projects from a design point of view, how design thinking methods help with problem-solving, and much more.
Panel 2 participants include Joey Kirk, Lindsey Bradford, Kurt Cunningham, Austin Knight, Courtney Bradford, and Jeremy Johnson.
A design system is a framework of practices that bring designers and products together.
This talk is about why testing JS is the right way to develop. I give an overview of TDD, the value of TDD, and how it will help eliminate fear and anxiety, and build confidence in your code. The demonstration shows the process of writing tests based on requirements for a real application, a character voting app. This talk is informative, practical and fun.
Jeremy Johnson presents: "Top 3 Ways to Use your UX Team" @ North Dallas Agile Product Owners Meetup
With user expectations high and ever climbing, how can you get your company's enterprise software from functional to great? We’ll review how we helped PSCU use proven UX methods and research to better understand their users, and create a great experience for them.
This workshop will cover valuable design consultant tools and techniques for managing client expectations and gathering requirements for successful projects.
Kim Harris presents: "Just Do It: Becoming a Better Decision Maker and Owning It" @ Ladies That UX - Dallas
Just Do It: Becoming a Better Decision Maker and Owning It
Reimagine a new you as we explore the future of design culture, work and self with special guest designers.