Live Jun 6! AMA with Jessica Karle, Head of Digital Design at Everlane, Co-Founder & Author, Kern and Burn

Live Jun 6! AMA with Jessica Karle, Head of Digital Design at Everlane, Co-Founder & Author, Kern and Burn

Live Jun 6! AMA with Jessica Karle, Head of Digital Design at Everlane, Co-Founder & Author, Kern and Burn. Jessica Karle is a designer and writer living and working in San Francisco. As the Head of Digital Design at Everlane she is responsible for the management and growth of the digital design team at Everlane, where they believe that all good design starts with understanding their users. Her team focused heavily on user research to innovate rather than iterate on a six-year old product. She is the co-founder and author of Kern and Burn: Conversations with Design Entrepreneurs. Kern and Burn is an online publication and kickstarted book that features candid conversations with 30 leading design entrepreneurs. Now in its second printing, the book inspires designers to find their own paths and is required reading in several design curricula. You can follow Jessica on Twitter @jesskarle, where she shares her thoughts about design, and on Instagram @jessicakarle, where she posts all things art, plants, and interiors. Jessica studied Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Miami University of Ohio and received her MFA in Graphic Design from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA).

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Jessica Karle is a designer and writer living and working in San Francisco. As the Head of Digital Design at Everlane she is responsible for the management and growth of the digital design team at Everlane, where they believe that all good design starts with understanding their users.

Previously, as a Lead Product Designer at Paperless Post, Jessica led the redesign and successful launch of their invitation product and created a new mobile-first experience for an audience of 65 million receivers a year. Her team focused heavily on user research to innovate rather than iterate on a six-year old product.

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