Great design is important, but if your product doesn’t function well, what’s the point? Join us on March 23 for Camp UX:UI, a boot camp workshop led by industry leaders who have skillfully mastered the art of creating user-friendly designs with impact and longevity.
The day will kick off with a workshop led by Kendell Warner where he’ll explain what UX/UI is, why it’s important, and how to use it. Lunch will be catered and include a round table discussion where you’ll have the chance to ask questions and get to know other campers.
Later in the day another hands-on session led by Kelsey Shockley will present attendees with a hypothetical project to tackle, providing you the opportunity to explore new and effective problem-solving strategies.
Finally, the day will wrap up with a panel discussion by industry leaders sharing their work and knowledge gained, as well as what they envision for the future of UX/UI. After this jam-packed day, join other camp-goers at the Tavern on 103rd Street for a well-deserved happy hour.
9:30am: Doors open for check-in/coffee and bagels
10:00am: Workshop: What is UX/UI and why it's important
11:00am: Catered lunch & round table discussion
12:00pm: Workshop: Hands-on hypothetical project
1:00pm: Panel presentation and discussion
Kendell Warner is a Brooklynite transplant and a User Experience Team Lead at Cerner. From print ads to enterprise applications, Kendell’s love to solve complex problems in impactful spaces seeps into every aspect of his job. His desire to understand the audience, consumers or users drives fuels his passion to design the future of healthcare.
Texas native, Kelsey Shockley, moved to Kansas City 10 years ago and never left. She is a Kansas City Art Institute grad, and is now almost on her 7th year at Propaganda3 as Creative Director. Driven by her passion of sifting through beautifully tangled UX messes, she will lead a hands-on session exploring problem solving from her expert perspective.