Event description

As part of San Francisco Design Week, Quora will be hosting our first design meetup at our headquarters in downtown Mountain View. We’re inviting designers into our space for a dialogue about using design to build positive communities at scale. Panelists will include design leaders from other social products and people who design real-life interactions to share their perspectives on encouraging civil, constructive behaviors, handling bad actors effectively, and how communities can be empowered to self-regulate.

Doors open & Reception: 6:30-7pm

Panel discussion and Q&A: 7-9pm

Panelists:
Charlie Aufmann, Experience Design Lead for Trust at Airbnb

David Cole, Director of Design at Quora
http://www.quora.com/David-Cole

Alicia Roualt, urban planner and co-founder of LocalData, an urban data startup. Alicia works at the intersection of urbanism, data and design and is an Advisor to non-profit Code for America.
http://www.quora.com/Alicia-Rouault
Jared Zimmerman, former Director of User Experience for the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit that runs Wikipedia and other open-source community projects.
https://www.quora.com/Jared-Zimmerman

Moderator:
Mills Baker, product designer & writer
http://www.quora.com/Mills-Baker

 

RSVP:
This is a free, ticketed event with limited capacity, so RSVP is required. We’ve reserved seats for invited guests, and will be releasing additional tickets on a first-come first served basis. Space is limited, so please only respond “Yes” if you know you can make it.