5th Apr

Hackney House

Free!

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Where the creative community figure out what's next.

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 5!

We’ll be back on 05 April at Hackney House in Curtain Road, Shoreditch. Doors open at 6:30pm. Make sure you arrive early for free drinks, free stickers, and more!

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Chris Grantham

Portfolio Director, IDEO
@ideo

Chris is Circular Economy Portfolio Director at IDEO, where he works with organisations on system change and breakthrough innovation. He’ll be talking about developing The Circular Design Guide, recently launched at The World Economic Forum, which aims to develop a generation of creatively confident, systems orientated circular designers.

Sara Allen

Founder, Further&More
@furtherandmore

Sara is the founder and CEO of Further&More, a company built to make job-sharing work for everyone. Before this Sara worked in the Cabinet Office where she lead the creation of the first VC fund co-invested by government, NGOs and Pharm. She’ll be exploring the changing workplace, and how job sharing is one of the few working patterns to truly support agility and diversity in business.

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Marvel were the hosts for this month’s event, which focused on designers embracing new challenges. We heard from Tom Cavill, the designer and founder of bricklane.com — a property ISA which allows anyone to invest in residential property from as little as £100; and from Joyce Li, a product designer at ustwo and the driving force behind their mood tracking and journaling app, MoodNotes …

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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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