INcredibles: Working Effectively with a Developer



AIGA Minnesota Welcomes
Director of Diversity and Inclusion

Minnesota is pleased to announce that a new member has been elected to serve on the organization’s board of directors, effective immediately.

December 5th, 4:00pm
until 5:30pm


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Working with a web developer on a digital project is an important part of the design process. It can make you and your project look really good, or really bad. This presentation will enable you to understand roles and organization when working with a developer to turn your design into a high-functioning and well-executed program.

INcredibles—a series of events focused on in-house creative, topics, and issues—presents Reid Durbin, Director of Interactive Development, and Ryan Bridge, Senior Developer, of Larsen. They will present methods for effectively working with developers, and the discussion will be tailored specifically toward attendees’ interests; submit questions at registration.

About Reid and Ryan
During Reid’s 10 years at Larsen, he has worked on a variety of digital projects, from websites and email templates to custom applications. Reid is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the site design is maintained throughout the development phase. His client list includes 3M, Best Buy, Black River Asset Management, The J.M. Smucker Company, U.S. Bank, and Norwest Equity Partners.

With great attention to detail and a deep knowledge of current digital and mobile technologies, Ryan understands and implements best practices for successful web development. Ryan’s client list includes Best Buy, Charles Schwab, MIMA, Prime Therapeutics and The J.M. Smucker Company. Ryan has taught Advanced Interactive Applications at the former College of Visual Arts in St. Paul.

Supporters+, Students, and Educators | Free
Contributors, Student Non-members | $5
Nonmembers | $15
Limited capacity. No walk-ins.

7101 York Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55435
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About the In-House Designers Committee
An AIGA Minnesota affinity group , the In-house Designers Committee plans and organizes INcredibles, a series of events focused on in-house issues and topics. Let us know if you’d like to help plan future initiatives.

Questions? Contact John Biasi, Associate Director, In-House Designers.