Creative Lunch: The Washington Post

Wednesday / October 26 / 12:00 PM

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Digital solutions for the future of journalism

Today, The Washington Post is as much a tech company as it is a media company, striving for excellence in both journalism and technology. Designers and developers are empowered to experiment and take ownership of their ideas, capitalizing on a culture that promotes speed and rapid innovation. Designers, engineers, and product managers work in partnership with journalists to create exceptional experiences for Post readers as well as tools used internally by the newsroom. Design Director Katie Parker provides an inside look at the company’s culture shift and how it’s positioning the organization for the future.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post Engineering team impacts through innovation and challenges the boundaries in technology. We offer an array of products and services including The Washington Post newspaper, The Washington Post app, Washington Post Classic app, , WP BrandConnect, Arc Publishing, Washington Post Live events and Post TV yet our approach is always the same–shape ideas, redefine speed and take ownership.

Lunch is included . Registration is $10, limited to 25 attendees and is open to AIGA members first!

Please plan to arrive at The Washington Post 15 minutes early to allow time to sign in at the security desk, as well event registration, lunch and swapping stories with other designers. The presentation will begin promptly at noon. BRING YOUR ID.


Date & Time


October 26

12:00 PM


The Washington Post

1301 K St NW, Washington, DC 20071


Katie Parker

Director of Product Design

Katie Parker is the Director of Product Design at The Washington Post . Her team is responsible for designing The Washington Post ’s websites, mobile sites, native apps, distributed content, and newsroom tools. Katie has been designing for the web since 1999. She’s been at The Post six years. She spends her free time on creative side projects.