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Tuesday, October 7 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Teach Your Designers Code, Teach Your Coders Design

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Design and development are becoming increasingly tight-knit, and turning websites into unique viewing experiences increasingly requires a tighter integration between the design, UX and development team. If designers were more familiar with code, and if developers were more familiar with design, much of the  friction that arises from the knowledge gap can be eliminated. At Nurun we've taken many steps towards  decreasing this knowledge gap and increasing our efficiency, by slowly pushing our deliverables to be code-based and interactive, from style guides to full-fledged interactive prototypes. These deliverables not only help us cut down on deliverable time, but also increase fidelity and clarity, as clients can interact with our  deliverables and get a better sense of the final output earlier in the design process.

Speakers
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Jan Zheng

Senior User Experience Architect, Nurun Atlanta
Jan is a dreamer of experiences and purveyor of ideas. He combines design, code, and psychology to create delightful yet transparent user experiences. On a daily basis, he strives to turn complex projects into fun and effortless experiences through code, design, and workflow improvements. He has created responsive websites and apps for companies such as The Home Depot, Cartoon Network, Nespresso, Coca Cola, Verizon Wireless, and many more.


Tuesday October 7, 2014 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Room E - 12th Floor Atlantic Station, 201 17th Street, Atlanta, GA 30363 (at 17th Street and Market Street)

Attendees (39)