8:00 - 9:00
Sponsored by Design on Tap
9:46 - 10:01
Erika Biga Lee
What we should be teaching our kids about design
10:35 - 10:45
UI v UX v Product
Always asking ‘why’ before asking ‘how,’ Evan translates high-level visions into products that speak to a user’s needs, wants, and goals. He helps companies with concept designs, UX renovations, and UX strategy, and gets excited by taking a complex problem and turning it into a simple solution
10:46 - 11:06
Design Systems: What and How and Why and When
Scott Soltys-Curry is somewhat of a Scott of All Trades in the digital space -- including UX/UI design, product design, front-end development, business strategy, and marketing. (See what we mean?) He’s a Tennessee native transplanted in Indianapolis, where he lives with his husband and their two four-legged children.
11:07 - 11:17
Are you a leader? Then, you're a designer.
Raman Ohri, President and CEO, has been leading the software product design and development company since becoming President in 2015. Prior to this executive role, Ohri climbed the ranks inside SEP as a Vice-President, manager, and engineer helping create new products and systems in industries as varied as automotive, medical, pharmaceutical and aerospace.
Ludology and Design
Graham Brown is the founder and co-owner of United State of Indiana, a purposefully small clothing and screenprinting company in Indianapolis. At that job, he's shipped thousands of t-shirts and gifts to Hoosiers living around the world. He tries to be an advocate for the benefits of small, local commerce and the transformative effect it can have in a messed-up world. Although his job is cool, Graham would much rather be a member of Metallica or a successful video game developer. If you have leads on either of those positions, please let him know.
1:21 - 1:41
Indianapolis' Hostile Architecture
Jordan Ryan serves as the architectural archivist and coordinator of the Indianapolis bicentennial project for the Indiana Historical Society Library & Archives. She has a master's degree in Public History from IUPUI and a bachelor's degree in Art History from Herron School of Art & Design. In her free time, she enjoys restoring her 1867 Fountain Square workers cottage.
Service Design in the Architectural Practice
As an industry-leading Design Strategist, Andrea leverages her graphic + service design background and public engagement experience to uncover powerful insights that shape end-user experiences and generate opportunities for design innovation. Andrea’s expertise in research and human-centered design empowers RATIO to make informed decisions that focus on the holistic user experience of our clients
2:03 - 2:18
Thinking Differently: Designing with Emotion
Jordan was drawn to design as a way to blend the logic of problem-solving with the empathy of art. In addition to designing Delta® and Brizo® products, Jordan currently serves on the Design Arts Society Board at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and on the national board of directors for the Industrial Design Society of America. She resides in a 1900s farmhouse in the heart of Indiana with her husband, three children, and barn cat.
2:30 - 2:55
2:55 - 3:15
Is it bad behavior or a problem to solve? Applying empathy to discover design opportunities.
Her passion for creative problem-solving stems from her previous experience as a graphic designer and her 7 years of experience as a mother. In her role at Salesforce, she leads design research and UX activities for tools that support internal sales teams across the organization. Amanda’s passion for teaching kids about technology shines in her time outside of work as a volunteer for Techpoint Foundation for Youth, Junior Achievement, and her daughter’s Girl Scout troop
3:16 - 3:31
Dear Artist, Dear Community Leader
Robert Negron, Artistic Director of Indy Convergence, will examine some common problems in the ‘artist as community builder’ model and share examples of a more intentional approach to engagement strategy and in designing community-focused arts programming.
Time and intentional design need to be our new watchwords as artists working in the community.
3:32 - 3:57
Your Stuff Impacts Your Designs: Why inclusive storytelling begins with you
A Certified Professional Coach, Creative Strategist, Women’s Advocate , and Writer. Nothing is more important to her than making the world a better place through the collective impact of powerful, creative individuals.
09:00 - 11:20
The History of .NET
Sondheim, Seurat and Software: finding art in code
The power of technical decisions
IdentityServer for ASP.NET Core 2: Overview, New Features, Enhancements
The Power of Composition
11:40 - 12:40
You build it, you run it (why developers should also be on call)
Authorization is hard! Implementing Authorization in Web Applications and APIs
API Gateway to Service Mesh: Navigating a Changing Landscape
The Developer’s Guide to Promoting Your Work
13:40 - 14:40
Diagnosing issues in ASP.NET Core Applications
I’m Pwned. You’re Pwned. We’re All Pwned.
How to be a better interviewer, change the world and work with amazing people
An introduction to Kotlin by example
Go & Microservices
15:00 - 16:00
17:40 - 18:40
Code Is Not Neutral: the Ethics of Programming
Take Control of the Data of You – wearables, automation, predictive analytics & agents
C# 7.1, and 7.2: The releases you didn't know you had
Simplifying Web App Development With Elm and Functional Programming
Good Code: What, Why, and How to Get There