Computer Science Colloquium: Palmer D'Orazio '16
Thursday, February 15 at 11:00am
VanderWerf Hall, 102 27 Graves Place, Holland, MI 49423-3617
Ever had a bad meeting? ...I thought so. To get things done, we need to spend time talking with other human beings. But it's easy for meetings to get off-topic, lengthy, or just plain boring. In this seminar, Palmer will talk about some ways to make meetings engaging and productive, no matter who's in the room.
Palmer D'Orazio recently completed a Master's of Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University. During his time at Hope, Palmer studied computer science, earned a minor in music and worked as a graphic designer on campus. He eventually discovered the broader field of design, which allowed him to combine his interests. Currently, he is a User Experience Designer at JazzHR in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He's working to build a robust user research practice, gradually overhaul the app's UI, and make UX design work alongside Agile development. He has a cat named Bernadette
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