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First things first… what should I bring?

  • Laptop
  • Laptop charger
  • Sketchbooks
  • Pens & pencils
  • A musical instrument
  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Sleeping bag (optional)
  • Pillow or pillow case
  • Earplugs
  • Beverage of choice
  • Snacks you love
  • Any data you can’t live without for the weekend

What is “Personal project time?”

It can be difficult to get away from the daily grind and focus on a creative project. Here, you make time for the thing you’ve been wanting to create, but could not quite focus on. The atmosphere is fun and casual. And you get to ask for and provide feedback on fellow attendees’ projects.

Does “camp” mean its an actual campground?

We’ll be occupying several of the beautiful cabins on the top of a hill overlooking the valley. You don’t need a tent, but consider bringing hiking shoes and dress to be outdoors at least part of the time.

UX Design is not part of my job title. Can I
still come?

Everyone is welcome to attend. The only requirements are a willingness to learn and contribute.

Wait–only 30 attendees?

We intentionally keep the camp small to allow for better connections between individuals. With the type of people who attend, you will get the same amount of interaction and questions - if not more - as you would get from a 100+ crowd in a traditional conference talk.

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