Vote PRPL for SXSW 2018 PanelPicker

August 11th, 2017 | PRPL

Vote PRPL for SXSW 2018 PanelPicker

It’s that time of year again. South by Southwest 2018 voting starts today! Last year, two of our UX strategists, Caitlin and Tommy, gave a collaborative workshop on the Symbiosis of Brains, Marketing, & Design. We had such a blast, we just have to go back — but we need your help.

PRPL has submitted two topic ideas for the panel sessions this year, and we only have until August 25th to get as many votes as we can. The SXSW PanelPicker is in full swing and ready for you to cast some love for our team. First, you’ll have to make an account here, and then vote for Purple, Rock, Scissors here.

Once you vote for one (or both, definitely both) of our submissions, take a screenshot and share on Twitter and tag us (@prplrckscssrs). Your name will be entered in a raffle for a whole lotta PRPL swag and a giant thank-you.
Check out our topics below and follow the link to vote for each submission.

Tech Shaping Humanity: The Morality Dilemma

with Michael Parler

Vice President of Strategy & Engagement, Michael Parler, challenges you to truly examine how social-enabled technology is shaping our culture. We as a society have seen many positive outcomes of social media, and also some not-so-good things. Nevertheless, we are all contributing to the shifting meta-culture. So let’s dissect the dark depths and silver linings of technology, explore some very likely future scenarios, and challenge everyone to think about our trajectory with the use of tech-enabled social platforms.

Vote Here!

Designing IoT Experiences for Water Parks

with Rob Ignasiak and Tommy Hung

UX Strategist Tommy Hung and UI and Motion Designer Rob Ignasiak take you through the intuitive ecosystem of Universal’s Volcano Bay™. TapuTapu is an in-park wearable that interacts with kiosks around the park. They worked together to create a holistic and cohesive set of UI systems for an immersive user experience. Go behind-the-scenes of the future of theme park technology.

Vote here!

We can’t do it without you, and we hope to virtually bring you along for the ride to Austin. If you’d like to learn more about either of these topics, or just pick our brains, reach out in the comments below.

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