Presenters: Ben Wu RGD, Daniel Szilagyi RGD, Joanna Gee RGD and Niël Havemann RGD
Do you find the process of presenting your portfolio nerve-wracking? Wouldn't it be great to not only see examples of engaging projects, but also how they're put together for prospective clients or employers?
Join our diverse panelists of recently Certified RGDs as they break down their case study processes and answer questions about their experiences. This Webinar is perfect for the designer looking to see and learn how others present their work succinctly and effectively in the virtual world. Also, if you are thinking about getting Certified and want to see examples of how to do the presentation portion and create your case studies, this is the Webinar for you.
Ben Wu RGD
Ben is an experienced Multimedia Artist with over 10 years of experience, driven technology with art. His skills include projection mapping, hologram, interactive solution, kinetic display and he is able to apply innovative concepts to final solutions to improve user experience for clients.
The permanent projection mapping night show for Hotel Heritage 1881.
Daniel Szilagyi RGD
Daniel Szilagyi is an award-winning and experienced Interface and user experience designer. He has worked in the industry for nearly a decade starting in digital animation and transitioning into UX and UI working for various companies and studios along the way. He has worked for the likes of Microsoft, Disney, Department of National Defence of Canada, USA Cycling, US Forestry and ADP Canada.
Explaining the importance and essential foundation of information architecture and its results on everything from smaller personal apps to large enterprise suite applications.
Joanna Gee RGD
Joanna Gee is a Senior User Experience Designer currently with Critical Mass at Apple. She is a born and raised Canadian currently residing in the Bay Area. She spends a majority of her time explaining the magic of ketchup chips to her American friends, taking slow walks and telling jokes. Her 8+ years of work experience span across multiple clients and projects including - e-commerce, product design and service design.
Redesigning one of the biggest online checkout experiences today to be as beautiful, seamless and contextual as owning the products they're buying.
Niel Havemann RGD
With an aptitude for clean and effective design, Niël threads his keen sensibility for user centred design through all phases of his work. By marrying the fundamental principles of design with a practiced understanding of user experience, he consistently delivers functionally beautiful experiences for diverse brands across North America.
The Holodomor Mobile Classroom, a dynamic digital learning experience for high school students that aims to raise awareness of the Holodomor: the 1930's Ukrainian genocidal famine.
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