Design Conferences 2020

UX, UI, Interaction, Product Design & Research

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January 2020

January 16, 9:15 AM - 4:50 PM

San Francisco 🇺🇸

$450 for 1 day

The boundaries of design are constantly evolving. In 20/20, we’ve asked our speakers to GO BEYOND the expected perspectives, guardrails, materials, and thinking of the creative practice.

In/Visible Talks is a San Francisco based conference for creative professionals that celebrates the art of design. Our mission is to build community through conversation about the process, inspiration and challenges behind the creative practice. The conference is not about case studies, we focus on real talk about how design gets done

March 2020

March 4, 9:00 AM - March 5, 5:30 PM

San Francisco 🇺🇸

$1,495 for 2 days

Now in its fifth year, Leading Design is a sell out conference for people leading design teams, overseeing design direction, or instilling a culture of design within their organisations. Our past speakers have worked at Facebook, Netflix, IBM Design Studio, Spotify and Google.

Most conferences are focussed on practitioners. We’ve put together a unique programme of events designed specifically to hone your leadership skills. We hope that by the end of this conference we will have helped you tackle some of your most pressing challenges.

April 2020

April 21, 9:30 AM - April 22, 5:00 PM

San Francisco 🇺🇸

$599 for 2 days

Let’s rock’n’roll! For SmashingConf SF 2020, April 21–22, we’re bringing back two full days packed with front-end, UX and all that jazz! Live sessions on performance, accessibility, interface design, copywriting, designing for emotion, debugging and fancy CSS/JS techniques — and a few surprises along the way. 🎸

SmashingConf is a friendly, inclusive event which is focused on real-world problems and solutions. 2 days, 1 track, 14 speakers, 300–400 attendees and a bunch of hands-on workshops.

June 2020

June 10, 9:00 AM - June 12, 5:30 PM

San Francisco 🇺🇸

$1,295 for 2 days

Enterprises—huge, distributed, complex businesses, government agencies, and other large organizations—account for an enormous portion of the global economy. Yet people who engage with enterprises—employees, customers, and managers—face experiences that are tedious, fragmented, complicated, and just plain awful, especially when compared with consumer-facing experiences.

It’s time to right these wrongs—and that’s why we created the Enterprise UX conference series.

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