On Thursday, 29th June Breandan Kearns, an Australian Designer, based in London, will be paying a visit to The Cross Pub in Drogheda to speak about ‘Socialising Design’ .

For almost a decade Brendan has worked with design studios and technology companies in Australia, Europe, and North America. Currently lead designer for InVision Enterprise, the driving force behind design and collaboration at some of the world’s most innovative companies, Brendan is working on building a more powerful design process for millions of users.


InVision is the world’s leading product design collaboration platform, recognized by Forbes as one of 2016’s Next Billion-Dollar Startups. InVision simplifies virtually every aspect of the product design workflow and makes collaboration a core part of the process for millions of people across design, development, project management and marketing. Organisations such as Twitter, Sony, IBM, Uber, Evernote, and Salesforce rely on InVision Enterprise to power their design process.”

During the ‘Socialising Design’ talk, Brendan will discuss:

  • Learnings from some of tech’s best design teams
  • InVision’s seven principles of digital product design
  • How to start becoming a user-centered company
  • How designers can own user problems inside organisations.
  • Choosing the right methods for design at scale.
  • Start to create a design culture inside organisations

Brendan Kearns is a digital product designer at InVisionApp currently living in London.


// Speaker, UX Spain 2017

// Judge, Awwwards 2016 & 2017

// Instructor, General Assembly

// Speaker, TEDx & General Assembly 2015

// Speaker, Real Big Things 2014


Date: Thursday, 29 June

Time: 19:00 – 21:00

Venue: The Cross Pub, 20 George’s Street, Drogheda

Admission: Free


Refreshments kindly sponsored by Amphenol TCS.





Refresh Boyne is a community of designers and developers working to refresh the creative, technical, and professional culture of the New Media industry in the Boyne region. Refresh Boyne hold events that promote design, technology, usability and standards and is part of, and inspired, by the Refreshing Cities movement.

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