17th Oct

Trampery Old St

Free!

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Every other month Design Club brings together designers of all disciplines and experience for drinks, good times, and original talks from leaders in our field. Speakers share their work, careers, and distinct perspectives on the industry.

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Design Club 6!

We’ll be back on 17 October at The Trampery in Old Street, Shoreditch. Doors open at 6:30pm. Make sure you arrive early for free drinks, free stickers, and more!

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Emma Sexton

Feminist entrepreneur. Design thinker.
@emmasexton

Emma is Founder and Creative Director of Make Your Words Work™, and Co-Founder of Flock Global. A serial entrepreneur and connector, Emma is a presenter on talkRADIO for The Badass Women's Hour, and winner of both the Kantar Inspiration Award and the Future 100 Award. She was shortlisted for The Drum's Creative Woman of the Year 2016.

Andrew Godfrey

Lead UX Designer, LEGO
@tweet_godfrey

Andrew is a UX Design Manager at LEGO working with the Global eCommerce customer experience teams. Previously, he was Lead Instructor at General Assembly and UX Design Specialist at Transport for London. He’ll be discussing some of the challenges of adopting design thinking at scale within large organisations, and how to take action to drive positive change.

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Design Club 3 Write-up

The two ‘nexts’ being discussed this time around were both topics close to many designers’ hearts — brand identity and remote working. In the Trampery's packed ballroom, we heard from Courtney McNeil and Simon Rohrbach on the recent Deliveroo re-brand (their first talk on the project), and Al Monk on how he works from London as a product designer for San Francisco-based Heroku …

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