We have been closely following updates on the novel coronavirus outbreak with the health and safety of our community in mind.
After careful consideration, and in accordance with health guidelines from the CDC and local officials, we have decided to reschedule the Women in Design Deep Dive in Columbus, OH to October 6-7, 2020.
We believe this is the best course of action at this time to minimize risk at this critical stage and protect the wellbeing of every person involved with the event.
A new round of ticket sales will begin closer to the new dates. Please contact Austin Del Gallo if you have any questions.
Women in Design: A gathering built to recognize the unique talents, initiatives and challenges of women in the industrial design industry.
IDSA is thrilled to continue our mission to create welcoming and safe spaces for critical conversations about the industrial design industry. Women in Design is just that kind of event and aims to disrupt decades-old patterns of inequality by establishing a new, more inclusive and balanced design industry.
Join us in Columbus, Ohio for one and a half days of dialogue and fellowship with some of the leading female and female-identified designers who are making an impact. Hear from designers who represent all stages of a career and who work across a broad spectrum of practice areas including industrial design, UX, service design, and more. The event also provides the opportunity to interact with other design professionals facing similar challenges, and to build your network with many supportive voices who can elevate your craft.
At the Women in Design Deep Dive 2020, attendees will not only have the chance to participate but also become part of the conversation through a series of exceptional lectures and insightful workshops. Women and men are invited to explore the challenges faced by women in design today, and generate meaningful solutions for inclusivity and gender parity in the workplace.
Join us as we celebrate inspiring leaders who are forging their own paths and energizing future generations to follow in their footsteps. As creative professionals and change-makers, it is our responsibility to question the status quo and contribute to building new norms for our profession.
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