Time: October 22, 2009 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Art Building, Room 133, San Jose State University
Street: E. San Carlos Street
City/Town: San Jose, California 95101
Website or Map: http://aigasf.org/events/2009…
Event Type: talk, networking, aiga
Organized By: AIGA SF
Latest Activity: Oct 22, 2009
To provide inspirational programming to the Greater Bay Area, AIGA San Francisco has launched a series of lectures at San Jose State University called “Small Talks, Big Ideas.”
As Vice President, User Experience at Razorfish, Marisa Gallagher leads the user-centered design practice for the company’s California offices. In that role, she leads and manages a team of user experience professionals to leverage tools like user research, data + competitive analysis, product concept generation, social psychology, information architecture, template + module design, and site testing to provide strategic business direction to Fortune 500 clients.
Her expertise in user-centered design and communications, metadata, and editorial strategy has helped clients like ABC, Mattel, Visa, ESPN, NASA, Disney.com, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, Singapore Airlines, Genentech, McKesson, Napster, Cisco, Nortel, Ancestry, PG&E, and Facebook use the digital channel to satisfy and delight customers, while achieving powerful returns.
Prior to her time at Razorfish, Marisa worked for CNET Networks in product development, LookSmart in editorially driven search, and WVFI (college radio) in production and station management. She holds a BA in Anthropology and Film & Media Studies from the University of Notre Dame and is currently an MBA candidate at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.
Special thanks to Joe Miller and San Jose State University for making this series possible.
Art Building, Room 133
near 9th and San Carlos Streets
downtown San José [MAP]
North Garage at South 10th and San Fernando Streets (hourly rates after 5:30 PM weekdays). Walk into campus on 9th to the Art Building on your right.
South Garage at South 7th and San Salvador Streets (Details)
Walk into campus on 7th, turn right at the Caesar Chavez Arch and continue to the far wing of the Art Building.