Videoconference: The Past, Present, and Future of DesignOps: a 2-part DesignOps Community Call (Part 2)

Session Details

Register to attend via Zoom on Thursday, April 28, 2022, 4pm – 5pm ET

In this follow-up to our February call, “DesignOps Trends and Forecasts, Part 1,” design leaders Dave Malouf, Patrizia Bertini, and Jon Fukuda join the DesignOps curation team in a collaborative discussion with community members. Reflecting on responses to earlier surveys and conversations regarding the history and current state of DesignOps, the panel and community will look ahead to the future, with opportunities for all in attendance to share their own insights and predictions, as well.

Register to attend via Zoom on Thursday, April 28, 2022, 4pm – 5pm ET


About our guest speakers

Dave Malouf is a veteran digital designer, design educator, and design leader. His diverse background covers a breadth of contexts large & small, commercial and consumer, agency and internal. As a highly collaborative and engaged problem framer and solver, Dave crosses the boundaries of design, research, and strategy to bring about success for his clients.

Patrizia Bertini is the Head of user experience operations at Truelayer where she is responsible for both research and design operations. She has developed her approach to Design and DesignOps through 20+ years of international experience in usability, accessibility, web design, design management and user research. With a background in academic and industrial research leading international teams, Patrizia has been known for her pioneering work in web accessibility, design facilitation with LEGO Serious Play, and co-creation.

Jon Fukuda is co-founder of Limina.co with 20+ years as a User Experience Specialist with a focus on UX Strategy, Design Thinking, and UI Design with experience leading human-centered requirements, strategy, interaction design, testing, and evaluation. Most recently, Jon has dedicated his efforts to Research & Design Operations facilitation for scalable/sustainable human-centered systems.