WebVisions Portland is held May 7-9 at the Oregon Convention Center’s B Series Meeting Rooms.Register Today
Registration opens at 8:00am in the entrance to the B Series Meeting Rooms at the Oregon Convention Center.
Senongo is a design lead at Cambridge University Press, where he works to create clean, simple websites for a global user-base. For over 6 years, Senongo has worked for a variety of clients in the US and Japan, designing interactive experiences and consulting on digital strategy. Senongo grew up in Nigeria, West Africa.
Michael Bergmann recently retired from a lifelong career at Nike as an Innovator, Developer, Director and Ambassador to the Brand and is currently the Founder of IncubatorU, LLC. Throughout his 30+ years at Nike, Michael wove technologies and processes to improve design decisions, sustainability and performance and had the honor to work on a variety of innovations including the most durable rubber compound in Tennis to the revolutionary FlyKnit technology. Shoes that have revolutionized the product creation driving sustainability into the manufacturing process that has not changed in a century.
Joel is a Southern California native working as a Mobile UX Designer at Google. Aside from Google Analytics and Android, he also advises on other startups in the valley and spends his free time hosting The Blnce podcast.
John Carlin is the co-founder of Funny Garbage, one of the first digital design companies. He started his career as an art writer, curator and professor and created one of the first successful AIDS benefits in the entertainment business—Red Hot + Blue.
As an Experience Design Director with Mad*Pow in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Adam combines his interaction design experience with his background in Computer Science, Film and Visual Design to create effective, efficient, and easy-to-use applications, websites, and interactive media.
Steve is the content nerd-herder and responsive design fanatic at The Republic of Quality, in Vancouver, Canada. He leads the charge on the creative end of our projects, coordinating research, strategy, visual and interaction design, and content strategy. On the global stage he's a sought-after speaker on topics like responsive web design, UX, open source, design thinking, and web process. He also loves Twitter (maybe a little too much) and is at @hellofisher.
Hot Studio founder Maria Giudice has pursued a vision of intelligent, elegant, people-centered design throughout her professional life. It’s an approach that’s helped Hot Studio grow into a full-service creative agency and one of Inc. Magazine’s Top 5,000 fastest-growing businesses. Recently, Maria joined Facebook as its Director of Product Design.
Jason is a mobile web strategist, co-founder of CloudFour.com and MobilePortland.com, and co-author of Head First Mobile Web. Jason has a proven track record of identifying upcoming trends and positioning clients to take advantage of new technology. He specializes in helping customers determine the best way to accomplish their business objectives online.
Aaron Irizarry is a Sr. Product Designer for Nasdaq OMX, lover of heavy metal, foodie, and a master of BBQ arts. You can find some of his thoughts and presentations on the conversation surrounding design at over at discussingdesign.com.
The future is Brian David Johnson's business. As a futurist at Intel Corporation, his charter is to develop an actionable 10 -15 year vision for the future of technology. Along with reinventing TV, Johnson has been pioneering development in artificial intelligence, robotics, and using science fiction as a design tool.
The son of a plumber and a psychologist, Dan feels the interaction design he does is a little bit of both. He feels that design isn’t only about problem solving, but about creating a better, more humane, future.
Tomer Sharon is a Senior User Experience Researcher at Google Search in New York City and author of the upcoming book, "Lean UX Research for Entrepreneurs".
Indi is an independent consultant who has guided more than 50 mental model research projects, using methodology she developed. Solving people's problems and inventing reliable methods to produce solutions has been Indi's passion. She was a founding partner of Adaptive Path and is a lifetime member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Is there anyplace else in the world you can eat poutine while watching a bag pipe playing Darth Vader ride a unicycle? No? We didn’t think so, welcome to Portland! There are a few things a visitor must do when visiting the rainy city:
Powell’s bookstore on Burnside and Broadway is the largest independent used and new bookstore in the country. It is literally a city block three stories high. Broken up into different theme colored rooms, you may depart the RED room a little blushed.
Bacon on a donut? Don’t fight it, give in to the power of the Bacon Maple Bar. Or perhaps you can devour the Tex-Ass Donut in less than 2 minutes? Winners get the donut for free and the accompanying stomach ache is yours to keep as well. The only donut joint we know of that’s open 24 hours and that have insanely long lines after midnight.
Portlanders love their bicycles and beer, so what better way to tour Portland’s breweries than on a bike built for 12. Make a reservation in advance (of course) and while it’s always fun to do things with friends, if you go alone you won’t be so long. Something about biking, drinking, then biking and drinking makes fast friends fast.
For a good old fashioned drag show. Darcelle XV & Company have been entertaining audiences in all walks of life for over 37 years with Las Vegas-style cabaret revues of Glitz, Glamour and Comedy.