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Atomic Object on the Evolution of Design

A Jain Industry Partnerships Program presentation

A student received feedback on their portfolio

Friday, January 26, 2024
1:00 – 2:00 pm


In-person Event

Art & Architecture Building
Room 2104 (Art & Architecture Auditorium), 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor MI 48109-2069


Lecture / Discussion
Open to the public
Free of charge

RSVP Requested

Join us on January 26, 2024 for a Jain Industry Partnerships Program presentation by Atomic Object on the Evolution of Design. Topics will include:

  • Career paths into the industry and what they require. 
  • What are the skills you need to develop? 
  • What pathways are you considering? 
  • What can your career do for you? 
  • Collaboration with engineers. 
  • The business value of design and human society. 

About Atomic Object
Atomic Object helps companies innovate and grow by creating custom software that’s beautiful, reliable, and easy to use. We develop products that cross-web, mobile, desktop, and custom devices. Predictable projects; uncommonly good software. With offices in Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor, and Chicago, we serve a national base of clients across many industries. Employee-owned; since 2001.

About the Jain Industry Partnerships Program
The Stamps School is committed to building strategic partnerships with businesses, industry associations, and partners that align corporate social responsibility, networking, recruiting, and philanthropic goals with our numerous curricular initiatives, students, and community-supporting region. We seek to build collaborations that advance a spirit of shared learning where our students gain hands-on experiences that allow them to chart their unique pathways to success and employers gain valuable insights from a generation that will challenge them to think about their business in a whole new way.

The Jain Industry Partnership program is a semester-long (January-April) opportunity to engage employers and industry partners with the Stamps School students, programs, and community through meaningful projects, connections, and initiatives to prepare Stamps students for successful and sustainable creative practice and support the strategic initiatives of the school.

Program information is available at: