WEBINAR: Virtual Collaborative Spaces with Sheryl Cababa
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, AIA Seattle is proud to present a live webinar on how to best keep your team creative and collaborative in a time of exclusively-virtual work, using some common web-sharing tools. These offerings can translate to community engagement, team design ideation, or any other form of collaborative design.
From our presenter:
We’ve all been pushed into a new environment of having to do all our work in virtual settings. As a user experience designer and strategist, this has fundamentally changed how I do my work, and I’ve been forced to get creative in order to keep the creativity flowing. I’m happy to share some tips and tricks I’ve discovered for running a successful virtual creative collaboration using Zoom and Miro, which are readily available online tools. These have helped my teams and students surface good ideas even from a social distance.
Sheryl Cababa is VP of Strategy at Substantial, a Seattle-based digital design and development studio. Her background is in UX design and research, and she has previously worked for companies such as Artefact, frog, and Microsoft. She lectures at University of Washington’s HCDE program, and is currently a board member for Design in Public.
Click here to view and download a recording of this webinar.
This program is organized by AIA Seattle staff. Contact Member Engagement Manager, Connor Descheemaker, with any questions or concerns.