Making Something People Love
Tuesday, December 18th - 7:00pm-8:30pm
Join us for a screening of General Assembly's Making Something People Love. Renowned entrepreneur and Reddit co-founder Alexis O'hanian will inspire you to think of unique ways to connect with your customers, and to build a community of users who want your business to succeed. In this class, you'll learn some key branding, market, and user experience principles, plus specific tactics and strategies that you can use to create a company people love.
- Brainstorm projects for surprising and delighting your users
- Articulate your brand vision
- Use multiple channels to build your brand
- Build a community of users
- Use copy and design to deliver excellent User Experience
- Learn to think about your site from your users' perspective
Alexis O'hanian founded reddit, Hipmunk, and Breadpig. Alexis is an investor with over fifty tech startups in his portfolio, he sits on the board of reddit inc., is Y combinator's Ambassador to the East, co-founder of the non-profit IHAS, and he's writing a book called Without Your Permission, set to launch in 2013. Along the way, Alexis as spoken at TED, spent 3 months living in Yerevan, Armenia as a Kiva Fellow, and was named one of Forbes 30 under 30.
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