Webinar: University of Washington Lecturer on Designing Products for Uncertainty

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Webinar: University of Washington Lecturer on Designing Products for Uncertainty

It’s an extraordinary time in which the entire world is having to respond to a crisis that we didn’t anticipate (or didn’t want to anticipate). How might we create products and services that are resilient in the face of change? In this session, Substantial VP of Strategy, Sheryl Cababa, discusses principles for how designers and product managers can align design with societal outcomes, the importance of systems thinking, and the ability to anticipate and respond to change.

Event program
  • Unique perspectives from featured VP/C-suite products executives
  • Webinar Format: Enjoy our Speaker Presentation followed by Q&A Session
About the Speaker

Sheryl Cababa

Substantial VP of Strategy
Sheryl Cababa is VP of Strategy at Substantial, a Seattle-based digital design and development studio. Her background is in UX design and research, and she has previously worked for companies such as Artefact, frog, and Microsoft. She lectures at the University of Washington’s HCDE program and is currently a board member for Design in Public.

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