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Cartoon Network’s UX Head Honcho Teaches How to Mitigate Design Failure

by Klaire Wesolowski

We’re built to design for success. We go from idea to launch just trying to make the best thing we can make and rarely stop to think what might make our product fail. What makes our customers frustrated or simply unable to continue with our product?

At AWDG’s I Can’t Even: Designing for Failure, Justin Smith will examine 5 kinds of failure that every designer needs to consider when creating a product.

May 28
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Polygon Atlanta
264 19th Street NW
Suite 2250
Atlanta, GA

About the Speaker:
Justin is the Senior UX Architect heading up the UX department at Cartoon Network. At Cartoon Network, he’s designed everything from sites for shows to mobile games and apps to a complete redesign of the Cartoon Network site. Justin has practiced UX for 8 years and spent most of that time designing for kids. He received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Georgia Tech. He currently lives in Atlanta with his wife, daughter, and daughter-to-be (coming July 2015).

About the University of Georgia Terry College of Business:
Offered through the Terry College of Business, the University of Georgia’s online Master in Internet Technology degree is designed for working professionals who want to advance their career without interrupting it. Delivered in a flexible format of scheduled and self-paced courses, this unique program reinforces your IT skill-set and complements it with project management experience. Our graduates are prepared to lead digital initiatives as a business analyst, project manager, or an application developer.

About Polygon:
Polygon is the new tech, web, & creative event space in Midtown Atlanta. It’s the perfect spot for meetups, hackathons, workshops, and plenty more.

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