July 30, 2014

Design guru Joe Robinson on Money by Design

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Money is deeply intertwined with our culture, our relationships, and our choices. Money has been around in various forms since the foundations of human civilization, but the way we interact with it has been changing rapidly over the last decade. New technologies, analytics, and digital currencies are all evolving our relationship with money and pose many questions: What are some of the influences that are changing our interaction with money? Why is there a sudden focus of attention on digital currencies like Bitcoin? How will the way we experience money change in the future?

Joe Robinson is the VP of Product at Circle, a company in the emerging digital currency space. He thinks a lot about these questions, and will share some insights and analysis on the evolving user experience of money. Previously, he worked at Square, where he was product lead for Square Dashboard and Square Market. Joe organizes two of the largest design and technology communities in the country.

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