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Join us for the first meetup of 2023 at Figma’s offices inside Mindspace. You’ll need an Eventbrite ticket.
For this one, we picked a suitable topic: collaboration. Often taken for granted, but it’s the one thing we should never overlook! So we are happy Carolina De La Sota, Head of UX/UI at Axel Springer is joining us to share her insights.
We’ll meet Figma’s new advocate for Germany / DACH and we’ll also have some nice Figma swag and raffle a few Figma hoodies 🙂
As always, we ask that you arrive early. Doors will be closed after 7:15 pm. If you can’t make it please cancel your ticket to leave space for others.
19:00 – Doors Open. Grab a drink, meet some people!
19:15 – Welcome (doors close!)
19:20 – Meet our hosts: Figma
19:30 – Talk: “Collaborating for Success: How Cross-Functional Teams Can Drive Innovation” by Carolina De La Sota, Head of UX/UI at Axel Springer
20:00 – Q&A
20:10 – Food, Drinks and Networking
22:00 – The End!
ABOUT THE TALK
In the Tech industry, cross-functional collaboration between design, development and product is key for projects to be successful. Carolina will share from her experience the benefits of cross-functional collaboration, strategies for effective collaboration, and common challenges that teams may face. She will also provide tips and best practices for fostering collaboration within your organisation. Whether you are a designer, developer, or product owner in a cross-functional team, this talk will provide valuable insights into how to drive successful outcomes through collaboration.
About the speaker:
Carolina is a designer with a passion for delivering innovative, intuitive and engaging solutions. She currently holds the position of Head of UX/UI Excellence at Axel Springer, where she oversees teams responsible for developing digital products and services for the news industry. Her focus is on building a strong design community, making news media technology more user-centric, and driving a design transformation to help journalism in the digital age.