Designer Fund raises $23.5M Fund II to fix the design gap in tech
With $43.5M in total funds under management, our mission is to invest in exceptional founders and empower them with design to improve the world.
3 Tips for Designing Behavior Change
The following is a guest post from Patrick Weiss, Director of Product Design at Omada Health. Every person building a product is ultimately designing for behavior change. Regardless of the type of problem your product is trying to solve, you need to (1) capture the user’s attention, (2) convince them to engage with your product Read more…
4 Ways Design Can Improve our Healthcare System
Earlier this month, we welcomed top design leaders and founders for a discussion about how design can impact the state of healthcare. Our panelists from Omada Health, Better, Commure, Clover Health, and Collective Health also shared case studies from their own work about how they design their products and services to drive positive outcomes. Below Read more…
Join us for The Business Impact of Design on September 12th
The tech industry is finally inviting design to have “a seat at the table.” However, we still need to continuously answer questions like, “why should we invest limited resources in design?” and “why is it important to invest early in design?” Join us for an evening of case studies on how to demonstrate the value Read more…
An Evening on Designing for Digital Health
At Designer Fund, we believe the world needs better design, and we want to see better user experience in markets like financial services, business tools and digital health. To date, we’ve invested in eight healthcare companies and think that healthcare is a meaningful space for design to have a huge impact. We’re excited to bring together Read more…
July 17, 2018 | Designer Fund
It’s Time to Redesign Design Tools: 5 Ways to Create A Healthier Ecosystem For Designers
Design Management & Leadership
Level Up: A Framework for Growing High-Performing Design Teams
See how your team stacks up against others of its size with this seven-question self-assessment, developed by Heather Phillips in partnership with Designer Fund and Ueno. You’ll see where you excel, pinpoint what needs work, and get a worksheet to try it with your team.