Brand-new type of a design event

We are breaking the system of boring formal design events. Chapps believes in informal conversations and experience sharing, talking about cases that otherwise would never be discussed on stage.

Past Event
Dmitry Novikov
Design Practices in VR/AR & Working together on the same project as a team
Dmirty is an art-director and product designer at MacPaw. He will tell us everything about designing for VR and working in teams on a project.
3 Dec, 2016

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Past Events
Yury Vetrov
Algorithm-driven desing, design systems, and UX strategy
29 Oct, 2016
Yury is the head of design team and Future London Academy course curator. The first point of his RadSpot talk was algorithmic design and how it will allow designers to delegate most of their tasks to the computer. The second topic was design systems: how to unify a large range of products and how to implement this system into the daily company work.
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Anton Lisevich
Mac apps marketing–from idea to paying customers
19 Aug, 2016
Anton is a teamlead of a product marketing team at Eltima Software with a rich experience. He is in charge of marketing, design and development strategy. Anton is participating in more than ten projects. He launched seven new Mac apps during the last 5 years. Two of which were featured by Apple and three by ProductHunt.
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Access denied party
30 Jul, 2016

We made Blacklist to disrupt the system of usual design events, format of which hasn’t changed for years. Instead of formal and boring lecture series we immediately start with the afterparty. Blacklist is about informal discussions and sharing of experience, which will never come from the stage.

The first Blacklist event was held on a roof terrace of P1 Prosecco Bar in Odessa and was attended by more than 150 people.

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Pavlo Grozian
Launching your product
13 Jun, 2016
Pavlo is a product designer of Grammarly, co-founder of a distinguished startup, which since it launch rapidly got many positive reviews of users and expert publications. Before Jerrycan Pavlo was a product designer at MacPaw.
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