DesignOps Summit 2018 Presentation Videos now available

You’ll find links to the recordings of our main conference presentations—as well as to decks, tripnotes, and sketchnotes—available via our program page. Enjoy!

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DesignOps Summit 2018 Sketchnotes now available

Our official conference sketchnotes, lovingly created by MJ Broadbent, are now available from the DesignOps Summit 2018 program page (along with speaker decks and Natalie Hanson’s tripnotes). Video recordings of speaker presentations aren’t far off (a week perhaps?). In the meantime, there’s plenty here to enjoy!

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DesignOps Summit 2018 Tripnotes now available

The decks are already there; now you can visit our program page for Natalie Hanson’s excellent tripnotes! To come: sketchnotes and video recordings of the presentations.

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DesignOps Summit 2018 decks now available

#DesignOps18 is a wrap! If you attended, THANK YOU—especially for your feedback (and evaluations). If not, we hope you got a taste from following the buzz on social media; maybe you’ll join us next year? Regardless, we’re already sharing the great content; our program page now features (just about) all the decks from the main Read more

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Main program now sold out—some workshop seats remain

As of a few minutes ago, the 2018 DesignOps Summit is really and truly sold out. Yes, even New Yorker tickets are gone now. More than twice as many people are attending as last year’s conference (which also sold out). Another sign that DesignOps has truly arrived! We do have a few seats available for Read more

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Now we really ARE selling out

Some weeks back, we were worried about selling out—but we figured out a clever way (we called them “New Yorker” tickets) to make more seats available. Now we’re down to under forty tickets to go, and we anticipate them selling out over the coming three weeks. So… don’t say we didn’t warn you!

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New workshop offering: Jason Mesut’s Profiling Designers for a Stronger Team

Were you too late to sign up for one of the Friday, November 9 workshops? Don’t fret: Jason Mesut—who is already queued up to speak on the main conference program—has kindly agreed to extend his stay in New York one additional day to teach his workshop “Profiling Designers for a Stronger Team“. If you’d like Read more

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Announcing the 2018 DesignOps Summit scholarship winners!

We’re very pleased to announce our five scholarship winners! There were over 30 applications, and most were quite strong, so our judges really had their work cut out for them. After much deliberation, they’ve awarded the scholarships to these five deserving recipients: Victoria Cilurzo, a masters student at Rutgers University’s School of Education in New Jersey Read more

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Good news and more good news

Good news: we’ve sold out of our regular tickets to the DesignOps Summit. (It’s absolutely fantastic that so many people are interested in design and research operations!) And more good news: we’ve found a way to accommodate additional attendees with a new class of ticket—we’re calling them “New Yorker” tickets—which are a little less expensive Read more

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We’re nearly sold out

As of Tuesday September 11, 3pm EDT, there are only 20 tickets remaining for the DesignOps Summit. We’re delighted to be nearly at capacity two months before the conference takes place! We also know how much interest there is in Design and Research Operations, so we’re hard at work exploring a variety of options to Read more

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Scholarships to attend the DesignOps Summit

High-quality conferences can be expensive—especially for those from underserved groups. So we’re offering five scholarships to deserving candidates. Each scholarship includes a complimentary ticket to the two-day main conference and, if you’re from outside the New York City metropolitan area, a US$700 travel stipend. To apply, please complete the application by midnight ET, Sunday September 16. Read more

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