Recently, another Dribbble Meetup was held in Kathmandu. The date and venue were August 13, 2017, at Moksh, Jhamsikhel. It was its third Meetups here in Kathmandu. Previous two Meetups were successfully organized and this time also it did not disappoint the participants. The Meetups sharply started at 3 pm and followed by registration and networking till half an hour. Five speakers who presented a powerful presentation about their topic. Don’t worry I will mention them and their topics below. Meetups closed at around 7.30 pm. At the time of networking, food and drinks were served.
In addition to that, the main agenda of this Dribbble Meetup 2017, Kathmandu was to discuss various which helps to enhance the designer’s capability. There they spoke about design beyond desktops and marketing design. They also included designs’ broader career options and brand positioning on their list.
Furthermore, let’s go through the name of the five speakers, their job title, and the relevant topic they talked about.
1. Nirvana Lama:- She is UI/Ux designer at HoneyGuide Apps. She showcased her presentation regarding “My Experience of User Experience.”
2. Subash Dharel:- Currently working as UI/UX designer at Toptal. He mainly works as a freelancer. His topic was “Working with Toptal and importance of having good portfolio on Dribbble.”
3. Nishant Shrestha:- Manager and director at Avid Partners who talked about “Urban retail; Planning, Design, and Management”.
4. Shweta Gulati:- She is Freelance Photographer and Visual Storytelling. Well, she notified about her own career line i.e ” Visual Storytelling”.
5. Bidhan Rajbhandari:- A man who is serving as a Managing Director at Makeways AdAgency. He lectured about a very interesting topic called “Who Wants To Be A Designillionaire”.
Consequently, the presentation was profoundly informative, motivative and also inspirational. It seems like all five speakers were well known to their topic and effectively presented what they were trying to say. While somewhere they talked about unrelated topic as well. Similarly, 35 minutes of tea break and music break really created an energetic environment, as a result, it provided another strength to hear the remaining presentation.