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Visual Interface Design
Jul 22-23, 2013 in San Francisco, CA
Jul 24-25, 2013 in San Francisco, CA
Aug 13-16, 2013 in San Francisco, CA
Visual Interface Design
Aug 19-20, 2013 in San Francisco, CA
Aug 21-22, 2013 in San Francisco, CA
Learn how to use Goal-Directed Design to create products and services that people love.
How to design for engagement and deliver more desirable products.
- Jul 22-23, 2013San Francisco, CA
- Jul 24-25, 2013San Francisco, CA
- Aug 13-16, 2013San Francisco, CA
- Aug 19-20, 2013San Francisco, CA
- Aug 21-22, 2013San Francisco, CA
- Sep 17-20, 2013Petaluma, CA
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- Dec 3-6, 2013San Francisco, CA
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Kendra is the managing director of education and training services at Cooper. She has brought user-centered strategy and design practices to big companies and startups in a range of industries, including healthcare, retail, consumer electronics, and financial services.
Kendra ShimmellManaging Director, Cooper U
Chris Noessel is a managing director of interaction design at Cooper. His industry experience ranges from owning a small, museum-focused company in Houston to working with Microsoft's futures prototyping group in Seattle. For marchFIRST he was Director of Information Architecture.
Chris NoesselManaging Director, Interaction Design
Doug LeMoine is a managing director of interaction design at Cooper. In ten years at Cooper, his designs have helped orthopedic surgeons more precisely wield bone saws, revealed risk in mutual fund portfolios, and created a friendly way for elderly people to monitor and communicate about their health.
Doug LeMoineManaging Director, Interaction Design
Nick Myers is managing director of visual design and branding at Cooper. Nick has worked on personalized health predication, EMRs, portfolio and wealth management, in-home patient care, 3D home redecoration, medical informatics, geological exploration, check fraud, and many more mobile products and devices.
Nick MyersManaging Director, Creative Services
Stefan is a director of interaction design at Cooper. His experience ranges over a diverse set of domains including medical, consumer, finance, learning, and enterprise. He is curious about how and why things work and passionate about improving them.
Stefan KlocekDirector, Interaction Design
Steve Calde is a managing director at Cooper, where he’s been helping to make the digital world a safer place for users since 1998. Steve has worked in diverse domains such as golf course irrigation, IT administration, online radio, intravenous medication delivery, telecommunications, and more.
Steve CaldeManaging Director, Business Development
Susan Dybbs is a director of interaction design at Cooper who focuses on interpreting human behavior to form the foundation for her designs. She has worked with a wide selection of organizations, from start-ups to global businesses.
Susan DybbsDirector, Interaction Design
Suzy Thompson is a director of interaction design at Cooper. Her work ranges from broadly targeted consumer web applications to complex, mission-critical business software. Prior to joining Cooper in 2005, Suzy served a variety of product definition and design roles over the course of 10 years at PeopleSoft, Inc.
Suzy ThompsonDirector, Interaction Design
Teresa Brazen is a curriculum & marketing strategist for Cooper U. She pulls from her experience across many disciplines (art, film, design, journalism) to inspire curriculum, teach, and build community. Her passion is empowering people with methods for creating dynamic, inspired cultures within teams, projects, and organizations.
Teresa BrazenCurriculum & Marketing Strategist
Professor R. Brian Stone, of the Department of Design at Ohio State University, brings over 20 years of design education and practice to Cooper U. His work has garnered numerous awards for design excellence, usability, and user satisfaction, including the Apple Distinguished Educator award.
Brian StoneEducation advisor
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