Google I/O 2018: Designing for Inclusion
In this Keynote Session, John Maeda, creator of the Design in Tech Report and Global Head of Computational Design and Inclusion at Automattic, will talk about how to design products and services to reach the broadest range of people possible and Hannah Beachler, Production Designer for Marvel's Black Panther movie, will talk about her worldwide search for inspiration while designing the futuristic African world of Wakanda and its people, culture, and history.
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