The full day, Design Sprint, taking place October 17, 2014 at Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health, will be a jam packed day for meeting and working with DC area professionals and students who share a deep desire to influence the future of healthcare. This will be a focused, guided brainstorming scrum.
"Design sprints are inspired by the iterative, time-bounded, and user-focused aspects of Agile Development and Design Thinking."
We will be focused on Google Glass and Android Wear and discussing Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard and other wearable technologies.
Come prepared to learn, come prepared to contribute. Health professionals in business development, mobile development, doctoring or nursing, come prepared to mentor a team of medical students and coders who need your real world experience to draw upon.
Come prepared to tinker, network, share but most of all, learn!
Graciously hosted by the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health and Kaiser Permanente Digital Technology and Operations.
Pre-registration is Required (see below)
You must register using our EventBrite page as we do have an attendee limit. Early Bird registration is only $5
Why only $5 or $10? Our team, such as design sprint leader Antonio Zugaldia, are giving our valuable time with the single expectation of learning from you. We are there to guide and mentor but also to be guided and mentored. Design sprints offer all attendees the priceless value of participation in something greater than the sum of it's parts. We think that is value enough.
Date: October 17, 2014
Time: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Yeah, Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks are included.
Thank You! We look forward to meeting and having a great day.
Don Schwartz, Antonio Zugaldia, Konstantin Karmazin