Dave Kiss branches from the designer/developer model and is interested in shifting the paradigm that learning always has to be from the top down. He currently writes code and love-emails at Greyscalegorilla. In his free-time, Dave works on making stuff that he and other people use. He enjoys bitter beers, hiking amongst cedar trees, and writing biographies in third person.
UX Camp 2013: Prototype Camp
Build Stuff That You’d Use
As a designer or developer, keeping up with and growing your skillset can be challenging. However, figuring out what to do with those skills once you have them can be even more difficult. In this presentation, we’ll explore ways to come up with ideas that can lead to enhancing your work and workflow, shipping those ideas even when they aren’t perfect, and creating things that other people might even pay to use.