Bethany Stolle is a design evangelist and the founder of Stolle Creative. As an interaction designer, Bethany works with organizations on everything from design research and strategy, to service design, to app design and development. Prior to starting Stolle Creative, she spent a decade in publishing where she created physical and digital products for children, teens, and adults. Bethany studied Interaction Design and Social Entrepreneurship at Austin Center for Design (AC4D) and talks entirely too much about meaning-making, telling stories, and using design to address "wicked problems."
Great Designs Don’t Sell Themselves: Storytelling Frameworks for Designers
This workshop will cover frameworks we’ve used to fight for user-centered design when presenting to non-design stakeholders.