Designing journalism experiences with Adaptive Path

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Designing journalism experiences with Adaptive Path

Time: February 3, 2011 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Location: Adaptive Path
Street: 363 Brannan St.
City/Town: San Francisco
Website or Map: http://meetupbayarea.hackshac…
Event Type: discussion
Organized By: Burt Herman
Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2011

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(Note: Please RSVP at http://meetupbayarea.hackshackers.com/calendar/16169628/)

Leading interactive design firm Adaptive Path will take us through their design process and talk about lessons that can be applied to journalism and media. Adaptive Path has helped lay the foundation for best practices online through their training workshops and thought leadership in the field, and by helping top companies improve how they interact with customers. Design and user experience become ever more critical as Web browsers have progressed and we move into the tablet era. Top designers from Adaptive Path, including co-founder Jesse James Garrett and CEO Peter Merholz, will offer their insights.

Speaker bios:

Jamin Hegeman
Jamin Hegeman is an interaction and service designer at Adaptive Path. He has taken quite an adaptive path to get here, from poetry to journalism to editing to web design to a masters degree in design, where his passion for design flourished. He is interested in raising the awareness of design as an approach to addressing highly complex problems and working in multidisciplinary teams to tackle those problems.

Jesse James Garrett
Jesse James Garrett, co-founder and president of Adaptive Path, is one of the world's most widely recognized technology product designers. At Adaptive Path, Jesse supports the company's designers and strategists with creative guidance and helps them advance the company's thought leadership position.

Peter Merholz
Peter Merholz is a founding partner, board member, and CEO of Adaptive Path. Since 2001, Peter has been instrumental in developing Adaptive Path's ability to provide world-class consulting, training, and public events.

Schedule:
630-7: Drinks and networking
7-8:15: Presentation, discussion, Q&A
8:15-9: More drinks and networking

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Comment by Sean Savage on February 3, 2011 at 4:33pm

I'm bummed to note there were *two* RSVP pages for this, and I overlooked the second one, which is the only one that counts!

 

Next time please provide just one signup and make this clearer.  

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