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Sponsorship Information

Design and Innovation Sponsorship Kit

Design and Innovation Sponsorship Kit

The Design & Innovation team works diligently to offer our partners with a wide variety of marketing opportunities, each designed to provide unparalleled access to the best and brightest in the design space.

2020 Design and Innovation Schedule:

  • Experience Design | February 24-26 | Denver, CO
  • Design Thinking Spring | April 20-23 | Austin, TX
  • Design Thinking Fall | September 14-16 | Seattle, WA
  • Service Design | October 21-23 | Boston, MA


“My favorite part of attending Design & Innovation conferences is catching up with individuals who've we met through these conferences that have become customers of ours." - MURAL

“My experience has been really positive and our speaking session was everything we could've hoped for because it was such a packed house.” –  Praxent

“What I really like about coming to these events is how efficient everything is and how we're able to meet the right people and make amazing connections.” – usabilla

Experience Design Attendee Snapshot

Experience Design Attendee Snapshot

Interested to see who attended Experience Design 2019? Take a look at the attendee snapshot!

The Design & Innovation team works diligently to offer our partners with a wide variety of marketing opportunities, each designed to provide unparalleled access to the best and brightest in the design space.

2020 Design and Innovation Schedule:

  • Experience Design | February 24-26 | Denver, CO
  • Design Thinking Spring | April 20-23 | Austin, TX
  • Design Thinking Fall | September 14-16 | Seattle, WA
  • Service Design | October 21-23 | Boston, MA


“My favorite part of attending Design & Innovation conferences is catching up with individuals who've we met through these conferences that have become customers of ours." - MURAL

“My experience has been really positive and our speaking session was everything we could've hoped for because it was such a packed house.” –  Praxent

“What I really like about coming to these events is how efficient everything is and how we're able to meet the right people and make amazing connections.” – usabilla

View the Event Guide: Experience Design 2020

View the Event Guide: Experience Design 2020

At Experience Design 2020, learn about experience design best practices from industry leaders with sessions targeted to both your specific function and sophistication of organizational experience design implementation. 

Check out what we have planned for this year including:

  • Speaker Lineup
  • Top-rated Sessions and Networking Opportunities
  • Design Sprint, XD Therapy Sessions
  • Exclusive Site Tours

Expert speakers include:

  • Robin Beers, SVP Customer Experience Research and Digital Design Leader, Wells Fargo
  • Stephen Capri, EVP User Experience Design, Citi
  • Yauri Delacour, Design Lead & Experience Design Practice Founding Team Member, Fannie Mae
  • Chuck Gladney, Senior Creative Director, Experience Design, CVS
  • Eliel Johnson, VP UX, Charles Schwab
  • David Schell, VP Experience Design, Pearson
  • Mae Reed, Design Principal, Visa
  • Russ Wilson, Director, Head of UX, Google
  • and More!
Experience Design 101 Pt. 1

Experience Design 101 Pt. 1

The concept and practice of Experience Design has been around for 20 years, but it continues to evolve and now has a greater focus on experiences that delight users instead of usability alone. Now, it is more important than ever to curate effortless user journeys through experience design. In part 1 of our Experience Design 101 guide, you will find the answers to questions such as:

  • What is experience design?
  • Why experience design?
  • What are some strategies to start designing experiences in your organization?
  • What are some inhibitors to experience design?
Experience Design 101 Pt. 2

Experience Design 101 Pt. 2

In order to think like an experience designer, there are certain mindsets, tools, and key terms that can guide you in the right direction. In Part 2 of our Experience Design 101 guide, we’ve aggregated some key resources to help steer you in the right mindset and thought process of an experience designer including: 

  • Popular experience design mindsets
  • Tools for experience designers
  • Key terms 
Special Report: Digital CX

Special Report: Digital CX

Industry leading companies will be attending Experience Design 2020 to get connected with solution providers that can help them design & improve digital CX for their consumers.

Read the special report, Digital CX, to learn about the biggest mistakes these organizations are making and where they need help the most.