The At-Home Workplace

Tim May, Creative Director at XPLANE

Working from home requires a different set of skills than working in an office. How can we leverage the tools and tips of experts to maximize our at-home productivity, both for ourselves and our teams?

Note: This event is now a video webinar.

Individuals at every level of a company’s structure face challenges when their worklife is disrupted, making waves through communication, productivity, management, and emotional health. How we adapt to these changes has long-term implications for our professional development and our larger workplace culture. 

Tim May, Creative Director at creative strategy studio XPLANE, will be discussing his experience working with remote teams, sharing best practices and tips, and provide useful tools for navigating uncertain times in the workplace. 

Join us for Design Museum Mornings as we take the conversation online in our first virtual event as we put many of the tools and tricks discussed in this informative session into practice firsthand.

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Tim is unique in his ability to lead and execute thoughtful visual solutions while wiping out the local supply of Coke Zero™. Tim studied at Utah State University, the University of Bonn in Germany, and the University of Utah, where he graduated with BFA in 1997. Tim has received numerous awards and honors including contributions to Born Magazine, IDN Magazine and accolades in HOW Magazine. Tim was a guest presenter at Adobe’s CS4 global launch event, and took first place in Portland, OR’s inaugural Cut & Paste competition. Tim has been solving design problems for 20 years while working at a number of companies and agencies in Boston, Amsterdam, and the Pacific Northwest, and is currently the Creative Director at XPLANE’s Portland headquarters.

Mar 20 • 8:30am – 10:00am

Video Webinar

Webinar, Instructions
Tim May
Creative Director
XPLANE

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Instructions

  • Note: This event is now a video webinar.
  • Register for the event via the ticketing tool above.
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  • 24 hours before the webinar you will receive login information to join the video webinar.
  • Log into the webinar as early as 8:30amPT, the presentation will begin at 9:00amPT.

What To Expect

8:30amPT • Zoom Webinar Opens, Log in & test

Click the link we send via email to log into the video webinar. Test your Zoom webinar, make sure you can see and hear, ask any questions via the Q&A chat box, we’ll be online to answer your questions and we’ll check in periodically to provide info leading up to the video presentation.

9:00amPT • Presentation Begins

Enjoy a short keynote presentation from our guest speaker and get your questions ready for Q&A after the talk.

9:45amPT • Questions & Answers

Submit your questions at any point in the presentation via the Q&A chat box. The speaker will answer as many questions as possible!

10:00amPT • Event Ends

 

Design Museum Mornings is our regular lecture series including a short presentation by a local thought-leader and great people to wake up with — meant to inspire you before your day begins and bring you closer to the Design Museum community. With COVID-19 changing so much about how we all connect, Design Museum Mornings will now go virtual! We encourage you to continue the traditions of Design Museum Mornings from your home: learn, get inspired, and participate in the webinar with breakfast and coffee at your side.