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Tuesday, May 17 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Bridging the Gap: Should Designers Code? FILLING

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Hear from a panel of designers and front-end developers on what they think the future of product design looks like. What does it mean to be a designer who codes? Is it enough to be educated about code or should product designers be pushed to ship production ready code and know multiple languages? Brace yourself for a battle of the ages.

Moderators
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Nick Kishfy

CEO & Founder, MojoTech
CEO & founder of MojoTech, has been launching start-ups, leading teams, and shipping products since the first Internet gold rush. Along the way, he’s learned that while starting is required, finishing is what matters. Finishing requires skill, focus, and passion—in a word, execution—and... Read More →

Speakers
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Blair Culbreth

Designer, Viget
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Chad Totaro

Managing Director, MojoTech
Managing Director of MojoTech, is a multi-talented designer, with a focus on user-centered design and pixel perfect prototypes. A lover of typography, data visualization and grids. When not obsessing over the details or working out a problem you can find him skateboarding pools... Read More →
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Scott Upton

Senior Designer, Basecamp
Former ecologist turned designer at Basecamp who likes to get dirty on two wheels.
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Mat Vogels

CEO, Zestful
Mat is the Founder & CEO of Zestful, a Denver company that makes it easier than ever for companies to give individualized perks to their teams. Mat was born in Colorado but spent his early professional career in the Bay Area working with "startups" like Slack, Stripe, Airbnb, Coinbase... Read More →


Tuesday May 17, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Riverside 1724 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302

Attendees (192)