Where design + development meet

Wed 22 May


Level 3, NEC House, 40 Taranaki St, Te Aro, Wellington

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Running Time: 1 hour


Level 3, NEC House, 40 Taranaki St, Te Aro, Wellington

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How might design, development, and business work better together? What challenges do we currently face and how might they change in the future? Listen, participate, brainstorm, and learn more about how might we facilitate better interactions throughout the design process.

Our wonderful panelists are:

Kate Henderson, Lead Android Developer at PaperKite
Kate previously worked at Trade-Me and is an organiser for Wellington's Google Developers Group. Now, at PaperKite, she plays a fundamental part in setting the standards and processes for how Android development integrates with the other disciplines.

Andrew Millar, Experience Director at PaperKite
Andrew joined PaperKite as lead designer in 2013 and oversaw the design of apps for brands like the All Blacks, Air New Zealand's Grabaseat, and Coca-Cola. His role has moved from Designer, to Creative Director, to now Experience Director.

Shanshan Zhou, UX designer and researcher at Optimal Workshop
Shanshan is a hybrid/full-stack designer (a UX ninja) who has worked at design agencies, running her own design studio, and leading a small product team. She’s moved from individual creative exploration into a collaborative practice at Optimal Workshop.

Andrew Tokeley, Product Leadership Coach
Tokes works with a wide range of clients and their product teams, he’s seen first-hand what contributes to success and what works against it. He was hired as one of the first product leaders at Xero, founded and ran the first NZ ProductTank Meetup, and moderates the KissMySaas product stream.

Tweet your questions in advance to @WellingtonICT using the hashtag #techweek and we will try to include them in the discussion.

Attendance is free so come pop by and learn some new things!

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