10.8.16 Responding by Design


We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Spire to promote their upcoming event: Responding by Design. Special guests panelists will be exploring the topic of what it means to be called a creative/designer/thinker!


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Alex Lauderdale
UI/UX Designer | Google

Alex is a UI/UX Veteran who subscribes to the ideal that better products are made through design thinking. Rhyme and reason are instrumental to how products and brands should be developed, not just a focus on having a pretty face. Alex has designed many notable mobile websites and applications. He is currently a designer at Google and formerly served as the lead creative for the championing social platform, Gloo.

img_2062_bTishia Que
Creative Director | Good Paper

Tishia has been designing for top tier brands for over 12 years and has done her work in such notable design hubs as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. As the creative director for Good Paper, she has been instrumental in driving the products and designs that creates employment for women who have escaped sex trafficking in the Philippines and young adults orphaned by disease in Rwanda.

22cecafBrad Abare
Design Thinking | Personality

Brad is a creative thought leader who trades in ideas and how to tell the story of your brand. An experienced communications team leader, Brad also serves on the board for the Center for Church Communications, a resource for the many needs of the modern church’s communication professionals. Brad has serves on the leadership for the Barna Group, the Foursquare Church and widely popular website, Church Marketing Sucks.

This is a FREE event with giveaways, eats, and door prizes!

RSVP here

Questions? events.spire@gmail.com


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