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What Software Developers Need to Know About Working with Designers

August 12, 2020 at 03:00:00 PM · UTC
About This Webinar

This week our Lunch & Learn will be an insightful talk given by Derek Mei from 3Play Media. Derek is a hybrid designer-developer passionate about improving the relationship between designers and developers.

After graduating from Microverse and landing a software engineering job, it's very likely that you'll have to work closely with designers, especially if you work as a front-end developer. Attend this Lunch & Learn to find out what designers do and what you need to know about Designers in order to be a stronger job candidate and successful developer!

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Ariel Camus
Microverse Founder. Training Remote Software Developer all Around the World. Formerly TouristEye Co-founder (acquired by Lonely Planet)
Webinar hosting presenter
Design Leader at 3Play Media
Derek Mei is a hybrid designer-developer who is currently leading design at 3Play Media, a company in Boston that focuses on making video and audio accessible. Previously, he has worked as a software engineer for several companies and has founded his own agency, Umeita Design. In particular, he's passionate about helping others learn about design, and in particular, improving the designer-developer relationship. You can find him creating Youtube videos about design on his Youtube channel and also add him on LinkedIn.
Webinar hosting presenter Kings
Student at Microverse
Student at Microverse
Webinar hosting presenter Maria Eugenia Quemé Peña
Student at Microverse
Science and Systems Engineer and Student at Microverse
Hosted By
Microverse webinar platform hosts What Software Developers Need to Know About Working with Designers
Microverse is a global school for remote software developers where students learn through remote pair programming and don't pay anything until they get a job.