Vignelli Lecture: Felipe Memoria

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Felipe Memoria, designer and founding partner of global product design and development agency Work & Co., is a featured speaker of RIT’s Vignelli Center for Design Studies Design Conversations Lecture Series presented by Design Milk. 

Memoria's lecture will be broadcast live on Zoom to an RIT-only audience at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17. A recording of the presentation will be made available to the public by online magazine and ecommerce shop Design Milk the following week. 

Registration for the lecture can be done here. Requests for interpreting and access services can be made through myaccess.rit.edu.

About Felipe Memoria

Felipe Memoria is a designer and founding partner at Work & Co, a global product design and development agency with 400 people across offices in the US, South America and Europe. He leads the company’s unique vision for building successful products and services using lean teams of hands-on senior talent who work in tight collaboration with clients. Memoria has overseen the design of several of Work & Co launches, including work for Virgin America, YouTube, Eurosport, Acorns, Mailchimp, Embraer, Expa and the MTA.

Previously, he was partner, global head of UX at Huge, where he designed some of the company’s most celebrated products, including CNN.com, HBO GO and TED Talks. Earlier, he led design at Globo.com. Memoria's work has been recognized by the UX Awards, IxDA Interaction Awards, Red Dot Design Awards, Webby Awards, CLIO, Cannes Lions and London Awards. He is a member of IADAS and has served as a judge in several industry competitions, including the One Show Interactive. He is also the author of Design para a Internet, a best-selling book about UX published in Brazil. He holds a B.Sc in Design and a M.Sc in Ergonomics and HCI from PUC-Rio, where he also taught before moving to the U.S.


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When and Where
February 17, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Room/Location: Zoom
Who

This is an RIT Only Event

Interpreter Requested?

No