- June 12th
- 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
- 585 Howard Street Floor 2
- San Francisco
Design shapes the experience people have when they use a product, and it can often dictate ultimate success or failure. For products focused on creating social impact, failure is not an option.
In this panel, we will discuss considerations and best practices that are vital when designing and creating products for social good. Our panel will share how they navigated the challenges of identifying users needs, generating unique business models, and putting purpose at the forefront of their products.
Learn how people are using design for social good at Ideo, Carbon Five, Swell and The Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Annu Yadav ( Carbon Five) Yasmine Molavi (Swell Investing) Alisa Ahmadian (OPEN Ideo) Linda Butler (Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco) Deb Anderson Bialis (Fertility IQ) Kristin Wynholds (Carbon Five – Moderator)