Patricia Reiners is an Adobe Creative Resident and UX/UI designer. In her work, she explores future cities with a special focus on living, new work, and mobility. Prior to the residency, she worked as a freelancer for multiple agencies, startups and larger corporations, including Google. Her freelancing experience has helped her identify gaps where innovation could have transformational change. Currently she is focused on voice and task-driven design and started the podcast “Future of UX,” where she talks with UX leaders about the future of experience design. She’s dedicated to making digital design more inclusive by integrating voice into our everyday interactions with technology, while thinking beyond the screen.
Julie Sanduski is a UX & Product Designer specializing in the intersection of food, technology, and the circular economy. She’s worked at companies like IDEO and Microsoft and most recently, was selected to represent the design community as one of nine Adobe Creative Residents globally. During her one year residency, she set out on a mission to reduce food waste by designing sustainable product solutions in the realm of food sharing, food access, and urban zero waste. She led talks and workshops at events including Seattle Interactive, AIGA, and Adobe MAX and now works full-time as a freelance designer based in Seattle WA.
In this workshop, you will look at climate change as a potential driving force for innovative solutions to today’s biggest climate related challenges. Patricia Reiners and Julie Sanduski from Adobe will kick off the workshop with a discussion about issues in today’s world, followed by an intense brainstorming session around design solutions. Using the Design process, you will then create a visual design that can communicate the best of your ideas by itself. Present your solution in front of the class and get feedback on how to improve it, then create a case study for Behance to let the world know. You’ll leave the workshop with an idea that is now ready to solve real life problems.
This session will be carried out using a Zoom video call.
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