Tickets were £175+VAT but they’re sold out now.
There are no refunds. But if you bought a ticket and now you can’t make it to Patterns Day after all, you can give your ticket to someone else — you can change the ticket details at any time.
My name is Jeremy Keith. I’ll be your host for Patterns Day. I’ll be introducing these world-class speakers.
Patterns Day will have something for everyone: designers, developers, content strategists, product owners, project managers …we all face the challenges of creating and maintaining robust design systems.
Spend a day in Brighton in the company of your peers, learning all about modular design and development processes, illustrated with case studies of all shapes and sizes.
Registration is at 9am, the first talk is at 10am, and we’ll wrap up by 4:45pm. You can see the planned running order of talks, although this may change.
All the talks are being recorded, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Bulb.
In the breaks, tea, coffee, and pastries will be available, thanks to our kind sponsors Buildit @ Wipro Digital.
The lunch break is from 12:30 to 2pm, so there’s plenty of time to get something nice from one of the local establishments, like Café Rust or The Joker, both of which are offering discounts to Patterns Day attendees.
After the last talk, we’ll head ’round the corner to Holler Brewery for a (free!) drink and a chat.
Any questions? Get in touch.
Holler is a community based brewery, always at the centre of the local community. Here to make great beer, but also to help support community run pubs, carnival societies, mental health charities, children’s amateur dramatic groups, local arts groups and loads more, because these are what keep our communities healthy and together… the people in them!
Holler loves great beer and its way of bringing people together. They are excited to be welcoming the Patterns Day attendees and the design community to the taproom.
Terms and conditions:
- One token entitles to you one Holler beer or one soft drink
- Redeemable only on Friday 28th June 2019 between 4:45 and 20:00
- You must hand your token over to the bar team
The first Patterns Day was held in the summer of 2017 (you can watch the videos). It was glorious! That’s why we’re doing it again—just look at all the nice things people said…
Patterns Day will take place in the beautiful Duke of York’s Picturehouse in Brighton. It’s a gorgeous venue — one of the UK’s oldest cinemas. You’ll be very comfy indeed.
Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Preston Road, Brighton BN1 4NA
The venue is just a ten minute walk away from Brighton train station so if you’re coming down from London, it’s really handy.
The ground floor of the Duke Of York’s is accessible to customers with limited mobility including wheelchair users. The access toilet and auditorium are located on the ground floor. There are four wheelchair spaces in the auditorium. From the foyer there is a small ramp from which to access the auditorium.
I can reserve wheelchair spaces or seats in any particular part of the auditorium if this is helpful. Just let me know ahead of time.
Guide dogs are welcome. If want to bring your dog, let me know so that we can reserve an aisle seat for you. The Duke Of York’s staff will be happy to provide drinking water for your dog.
Code of Conduct
Patterns Day is an inclusive event based on treating all individuals respectfully, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or software preferences. So please don’t be nasty or mean. Be nice. Be considerate. Be civil. It’s easy.
If you are harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of conference staff. Or if you spot me, Jeremy Keith (I’ll be the one introducing the speakers), please don’t hesitate to grab me. If you can’t immediately spot me or a Patterns Day volunteer, please speak to a member of the Duke Of York’s staff and they’ll be able to get hold of me quickly.
You can phone or text me on 07792 069292 but if I’m not responding, Alis Cox will be at the front of house, so if you can’t get hold of me, please speak to her.
Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.
If we ask a participant to stop any harassing behavior, they must immediately comply. If a participant engages in any of the aforementioned behavior, we may take any action we deem appropriate, from warning the offender to immediately expelling the offender from Patterns Day with no refund.