Storytek has just kicked off with its second cohort and as per usual we have some pretty awesome mentors in the house and we definitely don’t want to keep them all just to ourselves. So you’re welcome to join us on 27th of March for an evening of discussions around the latest trends and do’s & don’ts in design, UX and product management, led by Julius Talvik and Thomas Adams from Alphaforms.

Meetup takes place 27th March 2018, 17.30-21.00 @Storytek Hub, Parda 6, 4th floor. FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/160716694620086/

Julius Talvik

Julius is an experienced design executive with a demonstrated history of working as an innovator in the internet, retail, hospitality, and health & beauty industries. Strong product management professional skilled in branding and identity design, packaging and product design, environmental design, and digital product design and development. Julius is the founder of Alphaforms agency, which helps entrepreneurs and organizations ideate and prototype their dream physical, environmental, or digital product experience. Prior to that, he was the Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder of Unison Agency where he oversaw the general design and UX/UI practices and developed the strategic direction of the business and high-level design solutions for the clients.

– Thomas Adams

Prior to Alphaforms, Thomas worked as a senior designer at REQ and a designer at Unison where he was exposed to a variety of design challenges from brand to product to environmental to user interface design.

He has extensive experience in the CPG and beauty and personal care industry devising unique packaging solutions for a wide variety of brands and applications from plastics to glass to metal and cartons to molded pulp forms. Thomas’s other projects included designed food products, housewares, furniture, lighting, ceramics, and outdoor goods.

A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA in industrial design, Thomas has also lectured in 3D design at the art department at Harding University.

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