2 Days / 12 Curated Talks
19 Inspiring Speakers / 6 Workshops
The 1st Design Conference For Startups
November 12 and 13
How can Startups create differentiated and delightful experiences on limited budget and short-deadlines? Design is integral to product success, yet it remains a nebulous term. SignUp to learn and get actionable insights from designers, founders, makers and changemakers!
And there’s more to Design than Thinking: our intensive DesignDoing workshops complement the DesignLearning talks. DesignUp is for a small audience but big on the speaker list! Join us in central Bangalore on Nov 12 (Sat) and 13 (Sun)
Day 1: From designing for discovery, to designing for complexity, SaaS, brand recall, learning and more—there’s an amazing diversity of takeaways
VP of Design
Chairman & Co Founder
MD, SAIF Partners
VP of Products
Ex VP of Design
VP Design Studio
Ex Chief People Officer
Day 2: Choose from a range of focused, intensive and hands-on workshops, served up by Design and Product leaders who have worked in the trenches.
Illustrator, Artist and Senior Uxer Ranga (exAdobe, former Head of Ux, RedBus) conducts a hands on workshop to understand how imagery can be beautifully leveraged to inspire, inform and emote!
Somya Hastekar and Ruchi Mahajan, Senior Experience Designers from ThoughtWorks, share their cross-device (and no-device) methods to map out service experiences and define flows that influence behaviour in a no-UI world!
Talin Wadsworth, Lead Designer on Adobe XD does a hands on intro to the brand new prototyping tool, while Baisampayan, Lead Designer at Playment, covers prototyping using Framer.Js
Anshumani Ruddra, VP of Product at Practo, shares his experiments in hacking Design Sprints—and works with you to devise your own: from half day sprints and more!
Join Ripul Kumar, founder of India’s specialist UX Research company on a journey to finding effective ways of discovering and uncovering user insights
…there will be more.
Located at the crossroads of old and new Bangalore, Numa is at the heart of startup action. And a few steps above or around Bangalore’s much loved culinary stops—from old world Koshy’s to the new age Church Street Social.