Starting a design team of one at a globally recognized financial institution is a daunting task; scaling that team to about 30 designers, crossing departmental divides, and generating and updating resources is easy, right? Not quite.
A panel of speakers from the product design team at NASDAQ delivers a series of case studies detailing the evolution of a dedicated, embedded design team to an autonomous, extendable model. They will describe the struggles of building for a single application versus many, the types of tools used for survival, and knowing when your prototype is experiencing growing pains.
The audience takeaways include methods to extend their own design teams or individual practice in an organization. The audience can choose to explore the tools that allow the NASDAQ team to iterate quickly and keep remote designers included in the process. Best of all they can identify their design team's level of maturity and use that to guide them towards design standards, whether it's a quick prototype, pattern library, and/or UI guidelines.
Meet the NASDAQ DESIGN TEAM!
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|| Tami Evnin - Senior Product Designer
The Origin Story of Full Stack Design at NASDAQ
||Jason Delia - Senior Product Designer
||Francesca Wedemeyer - Product Designer
Research All the Things
|| Sofia Millares - Creative Director of Product Design
Pattern Libraries and Style Guides
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Tuesday, February 23
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