Finding your style

Track: User Experience + Tools
Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Room A313
Time Slot: Wed 2/17, 4:00 PM
Tags: design

Have you ever felt like your designs look just like everything else out there?

Design = technique + art. We apply our own style and our personal visual languages within the context of cultural and industry signifiers. Each product, each project, has a unique identity that can be communicated through design to delight viewers. We’ll talk about style, visual language, and signals; the rules and how to break them; exercises to find your style through sketching and code; and how to work with product teams and clients to discover a project’s unique visual identity.
Suitable for designers and front-end developers of all levels of experience; bring a sketchbook to follow along.

Laurel Lawson

Laurel is a product designer and co-founder at CyCore Systems, a consultancy specializing in multi-realm solutions, and a founding chapter member of ABI.local.Atlanta. Her interests include all things UI and UX, universal design, modern dance, and bluegrass music.