Arizona World Usability Day Celebration at GoDaddy Tempe
We hope you will join us for this year’s World Usability Day event! We have hosted an event since the inception of World Usability Day and we look forward to this year’s event!
This year’s theme is “Design for the Future We Want”, to focus our work to improve the world through better experiences and create a better future together. Design has a huge influence on people’s lives. What we design today can have a lasting impact on the world. This year’s theme was inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals, set by the United Nations (UN). These 17 goals on the 2030 agenda provide a road map to a more peaceful and prosperous future for all.
Founder of Mindflower Studio
Abby Wilkymacky is a facilitator, designer, and visual practitioner. Mindflower Studio is a creative consultancy that helps socially-driven organizations define and solve problems through thoughtfully designed and facilitated experiences. Some clients include: Valley of the Sun United Way, International Refugee Committee, CO+HOOTS Foundation, 12 News, and more.
Abby is known for her innovative facilitation and human-centered research techniques that drive creative participation in surprising, fun ways. Abby holds a BS in Industrial Design and Spanish from The Ohio State University (Go Buckeyes!). As an adjunct professor at Arizona State University, she taught undergraduate and graduate level Industrial Design and Qualitative Research courses.
Outside of her work you may find Abby romping around in the desert, playing board games, reading with a cat in her lap, or drawing on her tablet.
Connect with Abby and Mindflower Studio:
Senior Director of Creative at Arizona State University
The Enterprise Marketing Hub at ASU leads university branding and advertising efforts in addition to developing alumni engagement across digital and other scaled media. Lindsay leads design, photography and the alumni magazine as one aligned creative team. Recent projects include app development and the data-driven revamp of ASU Thrive, the 440,000+ circulation magazine sent to all alumni to align with enterprise campaigns across digital and print media.
Before joining the Marketing Hub, Lindsay taught graduate courses in The Design School at ASU, consulted for The Epic Decade and previously designed the front page at The Boston Globe. In Phoenix, she founded Design RePublic and led the production of public art projects enlivening the street and popping-up in an Airstream, The Mobile Studio. She holds an undergraduate degree in journalism from UNC Chapel Hill and an MFA in graphic design from RISD.
Theo Mandel, PhD
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