Design the Future
January 19–20, 2016: Training
January 20–22, 2016: Conference
San Francisco, CA
Livia Labate

Livia Labate
Fellow, NPR/OpenNews

Website | @livlab

Livia Labate is a user experience designer and manager. She is currently a 2015 Knight-Mozilla fellow working at NPR. With over 15 years of industry experience, she has worked with large organizations such as Comcast and the BBC and heavily contributed to the development of the information architecture community of practice through the IA Institute. More recently, Livia led Marriott’s Digital Standards and Practices group, focusing on the stewardship and governance of digital experiences.


3:45pm Thursday, 01/21/2016
The new fundamentals
Location: The Chapel
Livia Labate (NPR/OpenNews)
Average rating: ****.
(4.67, 6 ratings)
Design practitioners are beginning to understand the practical utility of writing code as a way to make design happen, but the obstacles to skill building are a significant barrier to entry and require designers to reframe how they think about work (and their own learning). Livia Labate offers guidance on how to navigate these challenges. Read more.