Keynote session: Figma product launch session

Dylan Field, Figma | Kris Rasmussen, Figma

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Design is changing, and so are the roles all of us play in the process. This means rethinking product building from the ground up—from shifting mindsets to bringing design and engineering closer together to make great work. Figma’s biggest product launch of the year kicks off Config, followed by an inside look at how Stripe builds products, and why good design is good business from Netflix's VP of Design.

Speakers:
Dylan Field –CEO, Figma
Kris Rasmussen –Chief Technology Officer, Figma

Figma was built to make design accessible to all so everyone can contribute to product development. This year we’re rethinking what that means - and how to open up Figma to more people in more ways. Config is always our biggest launch of the year - don’t miss it.

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Keynote session: Rethinking product building

Speakers:
Conversation with Katie Dill, Head of Design, and David Singleton, Chief Technology Officer, at Stripe

How can design and engineering come together to build great products? How do we make progress when work is always in flux? Join us for a fireside chat on how design and engineering come together at Stripe to create exceptional products. Learn how we apply a user-driven approach to product building, and strategies for fostering a culture of collaboration, experimentation, and continuous improvement.

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Keynote session: Design without business is just decoration

Speaker: Steve Johnson – VP, Design, Netflix

Good business is the job of good design. This talk will explore what it means to truly lead by design, and why it's important for designers to stretch beyond the boundaries of traditional roles. When you consider the number of publicly traded companies making decisions for consumers around the world—to think that nobody sitting in those boardrooms is thinking about user experience is absurd. Driving empathy and finding solutions is design’s super power, and it’s not enough to simply have a seat at the table; it’s design’s job to bring something new to it.

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