The 2018 Designing for Digital conference will be held in Austin, Texas at the UT Austin Conference Center from March 5-7, 2018. Housing and Registration are open and we encourage you to check out the program:
The program looks great this year and if you can’t make it to Austin, we’d like to invite you to join us online. Here are details on how to access complimentary D4D sessions or register to attend online:
–>CAN’T MAKE IT TO AUSTIN? ATTEND ONLINE.
D4D makes a commitment to an online conference so that geography, budget or extenuating circumstances will not be a barrier to access to the conference.
–>FREE SPECIAL SESSIONS
We’ll be broadcasting special Designing for Digital online content from the Designing for Digital Conference. Check out the keynote sessions with presentations from UX practitioners from NPR and Facebook that you can watch for free!
We’re also welcoming you to watch a talk from danah boyd presented during the co-located Electronic Resources and Libraries conference. More details.
— Designing for Digital Planning Collaborators
About the conference…
D4D is a design conference that aims to approach the library digital experience from a holistic point of view. We consider library services, physical layout, and overall strategy starting with a variety of users and use cases. The conference is meant to bring together UX professionals, web designers, managers, researchers, strategists and librarians of all types to examine the current user’s experience of the library and design the future of libraries in the modern, digital world.