Speaking & events

If you you are looking for design conference speakers then you have come to the right place.

We love to talk shop and share what knowledge we have to whomever will listen.

Design conference speakers – photo of Karsten Rowe speaking at a design event.
Design conference speakers – photo of Karsten Rowe speaking at a design event.
Design conference speakers – photo of Karsten Rowe speaking at a design event.

Upcoming events

  • Professional practice guest speaker Newcastle, UK Tbc 2015

    How to graduate and win your first design job. Graphic design students at Northumbria University.

Recent events

  • The wins and losses of remote work York, UK March 2015

    A run down on how we make it work at Nutshell – communication, tools & trips.

  • Interview on Code Optional Ann Arbor, US October 2014

    A guest appearance on the Code Optional podcast – the trials and tribulations of building software. Discussing remote work, jumping from graphic to product design, and how one grows and becomes inspired.

Past events

  • Kick start workshop Leeds, UK February 2014

    A content strategy and user experience workshop with existing users, the board of directors and project team.

  • VerseOne Technologies Open Day London, UK January 2014

    The design/client relationship – how to get the most from your designer.

  • User testing workshop Woking, UK January 2014

    A user testing session, existing users were invited to participate and feedback into the design journey of existing projects.

  • NHS Hot Topics: Planning Online Strategy Guildford, UK December 2013

    Focus on the digital future of the NHS.

  • IA workshop Manchester, UK October 2013

    An information architecture workshop with stakeholders and project team.

  • Digital Strategy Seminar London, UK August 2012

    Best practice & tips for making the most of your online presence.

  • Accessibility Focus Seminar London, UK June 2012

    Creating an accessible brand and website.

  • VerseOne Technologies Open Day London, UK January 2012

    User centric design.