Join us to listen to talks, watch demos and learn more about tech, art, design, and science - basically stuff that makes us go 'wow'.
Digibury takes place at the Gulbenkian in Canterbury every month.
From typography to front end frameworks, April's Digibury will focus on design. Deeson Web designer Rachael Case will explain how to transition from print to web design - without compromising creativity - while hardcore designer Hannah Pilbeam delivers a caffeinated introduction to design: Pair fonts like a pro, grid like a thug and colour like there's no damn tomorrow... plus more!
Can you present for 10 minutes on a technical subject? Do you want a chance to win £150? Then May's Digibury is for you as we proudly host IET “present around the world” - a global competition for students, recent graduates, apprentices and young professionals aged 18-26 years.
Since the start of Digibury 2012, we've had over 100 fascinating talks on all things digital, techie and creative. But what then? Where do these great ideas end up? Well, we decided to have a special "Where are they now?" Digibury, so watch this space to find out who's coming back to share their story!
This month we're focusing on design.
The transition from print to web design can, for many designers, be a daunting prospect. In the first talk, Deeson designer Rachael Case will turn this fear on it’s head, highlighting how understanding HTML and CSS, coupled with established print design disciplines and foundations, can help create well-rounded, relevant designers fit for the digital age. The second talk will be delivered by designer Hannah Pilbeam. Entitled "Design for hackers" it promises to be a caffeinated introduction to design: Pair fonts like a pro, grid like a thug and colour like there's no damn tomorrow. Third talk to be announced!
Since we started Digibury in 2012
- More than 1200 people have come along to Digibury events
- There have been more than 100 great talks
- We've covered topics ranging from crowdsourcing poetry to the Three Laws of Robotics
Getting involved in Digibury
- Anyone can come along a Digibury event for free
- Just sign up on our Meetup page now
- And we welcome speakers from any background to share their ideas and passions too
Who runs Digibury and why?
- Digibury's run by Canterbury-based digital agency Deeson
- We set it up to give something back to the digital community in Kent
- And our friends at the Gulbenkian in Canterbury generously host the event
Digibury was founded by Deeson MD and Drupal expert, Tim.
He's an active player in the global Drupal community scene and is a co-director of DrupalCamp London too.
Lizzie works at Deeson and organises Digibury.
If you'd like to speak at Digibury or have a question about the event you can reach Lizzie at email@example.com.