David is a design leader, educator, and angel investor whose work focuses on scaling startups ranging from two-sided marketplaces to software development tools. He is currently Director of Product Design at Webflow and Design Partner at One Deck. Previously, he led design at One Medical, Black Pixel, and founded his own product consultancy. His skill set focuses on new product initiatives, recruiting and hiring, generative research, and product development.
In addition to teaching user experience at General Assembly, David has guest lectured and taught design at various institutions, including The University of Washington, Duke University, and Hyper Island. He currently resides in California.
Every product will contain some form of AI going forward. This poses two challenges for product teams: how to work with AI and how to work if there is AI.
How to work with AI
There is a big UI shift away from menus towards more prompt focussed applications. What are the new patterns that teams need to learn?
How to work if there is AI
Copilot is writing 40% of the code that people write. Generative UI apps are able to create Figma editable mockups from prompts. How will the roles within a team shift when AI’s can start taking on more of the work.
By reducing the cost and complexity of enterprise software, No-Code has made it accessible to a lot of people.
Although, while simple to setup, it leaves security risks and a siloed system with no connected way of working. Sharing their different viewpoints, our panelists will discuss the pros and cons of no-code on the future of product delivery.