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Garren DiPasquale

Garren DiPasquale

A User Experience designer, Garren DiPasquale is dedicated to helping solve problems through deliberate and creative design. He is a passionate design evangelist known nationally for giving life to brands, interactions, and experiences. Garren’s process and creative thinking skills have allowed him to design and develop innovative solutions for his clients. He has helped create and develop applications and user experiences for Bank of America, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Muzak, and Chick-fil-A. Additionally, Garren has been involved in several technology startups, serving in roles from director of application development to board advisor. For more information about Garren, visit

Job Title: 
User Experience Strategist
Speaker Presentations
Thursday, November 12, 2015 - 3:00pm
Business Analysis & Requirements
Use Design Thinking to Deliver Innovative Products and Services

Often a project is kicked off with a solution in mind that only serves the business or technology. Additionally, requirements ambiguity leads to products and services that the business didn't ask for, the tech team struggles to deliver, and users don't want. So, how do you move away from poor requirements and work together to build innovative solutions that bring the business technology and design together? Garren DiPasquale explores the history of design thinking principles and methodologies. He explains how to use this information to define requirements and objectives to create a common understanding of what makes your product or service a success. Garren shows not only why we must get the business, technology, and design on the same page, but also how to leverage the process tools from the designers toolbox to implement multi-disciplined product teams, solve problems creatively, and collaborate to produce software that is viable, feasible, and desirable.