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MEMBERS ONLY Lunch & Learn: Designing the WOW! (With Goodpatch)

Special Event
Other 12–1pm
  • Regular FREE

This workshop features an inclusive introduction of Goodpatch and the way prototyping has shaped the way we communicate and design our products. Goodpatch is a UI design company based in Tokyo and Berlin with one goal in mind  – designing the WOW. Join us to learn more about prototyping as a mindset, get some tips and tricks from our experience, and try your hands at rapid prototyping with Prott! Please visit and download our Prott for iOS or Prott for Android app at https://prottapp.com before the workshop.

About Goodpatch: Goodpatch is a UI design company in constant pursuit of creating design & products that move people's hearts. We've been helping businesses design and develop digital products since 2011, with studios in Tokyo and Berlin. We also design products in-house which allows us to create the stuff we want to see in this world – Prott being our most recent product. Prott is a prototyping tool which helps designers better communicate their design with their team from first idea to pixel-perfect in a fast and easy way. To learn more about Goodpatch: http://goodpatch.com/

About the Speaker: Boris Friedrich Milkowski Boris leads the Goodpatch Berlin Studio. As one of the early members of Goodpatch in Tokyo, he helped grow the team to a size of 90 designers and developers. In May 2015, he moved back to Germany after 3 years in Tokyo to open the Berlin Studio. Before joining Goodpatch, Boris helped run Stanford University's joint Master's program ME310 with University of St.Gallen. As a design thinking coach, he worked with student and corporate teams at companies such as Audi, SAP, and Deutsche Bank. Boris holds a Master's degree in Media Design from Keio University, Japan and a CEMS Master's degree in International Management from University of St.Gallen, Switzerland.

All Lunch & Learns are FREE, Pizza + Drinks are provided!

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