Crowd-sourced from everyone at Cooper, here are some of the most thought provoking and enjoyable design-related talks of 2015:
Redefining Value: Bridging the Innovation Culture Divide by Nathan Shedroff:
Rethinking the value that design brings to the table.
The art of the first impressions – in design and life by Chip Kidd:
Clarity or mystery? Chip Kidd gives us a peek inside his book design career.
Culture Change-My Journey by Julie Baher:
Practical ideas on how to expand design’s reach within your organization.
Radical Candor – The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss by Kim Scott:
Kim Scott’s talk clearly explains why direct, honest feedback in an environment of caring is the most effective way to manage.
The UX Storytelling Session at Enterprise UX:
An open mic night of personal career and industry stories.
Closing Keynote at IxD15 by Mike Monterio:
“Staying alive is not a soft skill.” “Quality is not enough.” Endlessly quotable, Mike’s closing keynote at IxD15 is a goldmine of advice for anyone trying to survive in business.
These are some of our favorite talks of 2015. What are yours?