Who’s excited about Google I/O?
What does the future of tech hold for Android developers? What about for product designers, or iOS engineers?
We’ve invited a panel of experts to Trunk Club’s Chicago HQ to explore these very questions following the Google I/O conference. Snacks, beer, and a fantastic rooftop will be provided, and following the Q & A, we’ll fire up a discussion about the highlights and lowlights of this year’s conference.
Brian leads the Android work at Trunk Club, helping Trunk Club members get an awesome styling experience from their stylists. He is passionate about mobile technology and user experience, and you might run into him in design meetups or Android meetups in Chicago.
Allie is a software engineer and mobile expert. She has built apps of all shapes and sizes and has a real love for front-end development. Despite that, Allie has experience up and down the stack, finding joy in writing all sorts of beautiful code. If she is not coding, you might find Allie editing videos, eating sushi, or exploring outdoors.
Chelsea Carr has spent the last 6 years getting her hands on various technologies. After working on Intuit's iOS banking app, she decided to jump into the startup scene by joining Belly, rewriting and improving Belly's iPhone application. Outside of work, Chelsea mentors at Mobile Makers and helps coordinate Codefident. She tries to maintain some sanity by cooking, playing video games and napping with her goofy cat.
Coleman is a user experience and product design consultant, currently peddling his trade at ThoughtWorks. While there, he has helped everyone from Fortune 15 companies to tiny upstarts make a variety of world-class products and experiences, including a connected household appliance, an airline booking website and more than a few e-commerce platforms. He believes "the internet is for everyone" shouldn't just be a nice idea, and recently did a front flip off a sand dune.
Jay got his start in Android development a few years ago by building a popular app, Press (RSS Reader). It came at a time when a focus on design on the platform was almost non-existent, so the attention to detail allowed it to stand out. Now, Jay works at Basecamp leading the Android team, enabling people and teams to get projects done from anywhere.
Victoria, an emoji superfan, has been working in design since the iPhone was released. Over the past 5 years she has been 100% focused on making sure that interfaces and visual design on mobile don't suck. Victoria is 1/5 of the collective Quite Strong and leads the Product Design Meetups in Chicago.
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