Workshop Design System Planning and Process with Nathan Curtis - SOLD OUT

🚨SOLD OUT! Thanks for your interest! 🙏🏼

Elevate your Design Systems skills to expert level with Nathan Curtis. July 15+16 2024 Online - 2 Day workshop

Limited spots only!

This workshop teaches you to scope, plan, and run processes for features, releases, complex initiatives, and guiding a new library generation. These processes help achieve vision, execute strategy, evolve teams, and create lasting value.

Over the course of two days, we’ll cover techniques and nuances of these processes across different shapes and sizes of systems so that designers and developers can make a robust, high-quality system together.

🙌🏻 What you will learn:

  • Scope, plan, and run processes

  • Create features

  • Deliver releases

  • Manage complex initiatives

  • Guide an organization through a new library generation

  • Achieve a system's vision

  • Execute strategy

  • Evolve teams and practices

  • Create lasting value

Time & Schedule

This workshop is split over two days. 
The workshop sessions will run on the following days:

Monday, July 15th, 12noon - 4PM ET - 6PM - 10 PM CEST
Tuesday, July 16th, 12noon - 4PM ET - 6PM - 10 PM CEST

What attendees say:

Excellent completion and closure of all planned topics. Expectations exceeded 🫶 Good timing, activities on each of the topics presented and excellent quality of questions and answers.

Nicolas Diaz Florit, Design System Lead at Liberty Latin America

The format of the virtual interactive workshop was fantastic, full of real-world examples and methods to tackle the toughest design system challenges from one of the industry's most influential experts.

Laura (Watral) Graham, Sr UX Product Design Consultant

Nathan's workshop was incredibly inspiring. Real-life examples, raw theory and awesome workshop-style exercises made this session super enjoyable and engaging.
Joshua Grootveld, Designer at Kamer van Koophandel

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