WebVisions NYC will held at Motivate Design (111 John St #450) on Thursday, April 7th, 2016.
Badge pick-up. Coffee and danishes served. Meet fellow attendees.
Provided by WebVisions.
Drinks and snacks. Hang out with the crew.
An awesome lineup of speakers, including:
Margot is the principal of Appropriate, Inc., an independent brand and content strategy consultancy based in Boston. For more than a decade, she’s worked with retailers, universities, and other organizations to engage their target audiences and project key messages with consistency and clarity through both traditional and social media.
Meagan Fisher is an owl-obsessed designer who spends a lot of time thinking about how we work: with each other, with our users, and with the evolving web. As a freelancer she's partnered with everyone from Fortune 500 companies to agencies to charities; she's currently the Creative Director at a Brooklyn-based video hosting startup called SproutVideo.
Always imbued with the spirit of an entrepreneur, Sarah launched the hybrid agency Harley & Co. in the spring of 2012, with a particular focus on working education related start ups and venture capital firms. Bridging the divide between the analytical and creative, Sarah's diverse background has included a stint as a UN delegate, along with various consulting positions within the public health, education and workforce development sectors.
Pamela is co-founder of Change Sciences, a user experience research and strategy firm for Fortune 500s, startups and other smart companies in financial services, tech, entertainment, healthcare and ecommerce. Over the past 15 years, she’s logged thousands of hours in the field trying to better understand how people use technology and run hundreds of UX studies on almost every type of site you could imagine.
Douglas Rushkoff is author of fifteen bestselling books on media, technology, and culture including Program or Be Programmed, Present Shock, and, most recently, Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus. He made the PBS Frontline documentaries Generation Like, Merchants of Cool, and The Persuaders, wrote the graphic novels ADD and Testament, and originated concepts from "viral media" to "social currency." He's Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at CUNY/Queens, and lectures around the world about media, society, and change.
Nathan was the founder and chair of the ground-breaking Design MBA programs at California College of the Arts (CCA) in San Francisco, CA. This program prepares the next-generation of innovation leaders for a world that is profitable, sustainable, ethical, and truly meaningful by uniting the perspectives of systems thinking, design thinking, sustainability, and generative leadership into a holistic strategic framework.
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