Creating a user experience and user interactions your customers love is key to building a successful company. This is as true for a consulting practice as it is for an app.
Join us for UX/UI to learn the the language, tools and methods of improving your user experience. UX designer Ricky Lyman will walk you step-by-step through the process of designing a thoughtful, functional experience.
This workshop is great for entrepreneurs, designers, software developers or people who work with them.
Ricky Lyman is a UX Designer, passionate about making people happier and improving lives through technology. He serves national clients and is currently focused on designing mobile apps and tools for San Francisco start-up, Clinkle. Ricky blends a unique mix of approachable design, behavioral psychology and data analysis with a get-to-market-faster attitude. Blending in with Boise’s finest, his enthusiasms span Idaho’s rich outdoors, good beer, great friends, and giving back to this great community.
Known for his stunning illustrations, Bill Carman has harnessed his creative passions and applied them to a wide variety of positions including freelancer, teacher, art director and more. In August 2015, Carman released his second book: Imagery from the Bird’s Home. Join AIGA Idaho for an evening with Carman as he discusses how he turned his creativity into an expression of a journey through life.
There will be a raffle for prizes including a signed copy of Carman’s new work and a printed piece of Carman’s art. Books and posters will be for sale and Carman will be available for signing after his presentation.
Get Your Think On!
Thursday, October 22nd at Trailhead.
This is a FREE event for members and non-members looking to learn more about the trademark application process hosted by Hawley Troxell’s Brad Frazer. Not a member? Sign-up for a BAF membership at this event to receive a special offer for a future luncheon.
The issues and pitfalls in picking trademarks for your clients
Common errors arising in trademark searching at USPTO.gov
The problem of common-law trademarks and prior use