Over the last 12 years we've been working hard to advance the practice of design by learning from expert thinkers and makers. In 2005, we created one of the UK's first web conferences. Since then, we've run 25 conferences. We also host regular community events at 68 Middle Street.

May 24-26 2017, Trinity Laban, London

UX London

3 days of inspiration for UX designers. We bring engaging industry leaders from around the world to present a combination of inspirational talks and lively, hands-on workshops.

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UX London

October 25-27 2017, Barbican Centre, London

Leading Design

A conference for people leading design teams, overseeing design direction or instilling a culture of design within their organisations. Leaders from Spotify, 37Signals, and Google Ventures discuss the challenges of managing design, and becoming a better design leader.

The first Leading Design conference was in 2016
Leading Design
dConstruct

dConstruct was one of the UK’s first tech conferences and remained well-loved until the last one we ran in 2015. Way back in the beginning we created it as a forum for eclectic, interesting and informative ideas for designers and makers. We brought together speakers who had important opinions and ideas to share with the tech world; from talks about empathic toasters, to studies of sci-fi interfaces, to strong and serious warnings about how to design for climate change, dConstruct offered annual food for thought to the design and tech industry.

dConstruct
Ampersand London, UK and NY, USA

Ampersand was a one-day web typography conference. We brought together the industry’s leading thinkers and designers from across the worlds of type and web design.

Ampersand London, UK and NY, USA
Responsive Day Out

Way back in the early days of responsive design, Clearleft created this conference to fly the flag for responsiveness and multi-device design. We brought together the world’s key speakers on the subject, and attracted designers, developers and content people from far and wide to share their ideas and workflows, working together to develop new practices for the world of devices as we know it today.

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Responsive Day Out