The wait is over! You can now register for our amazing Barcelona event on June 28-30!
Penpot Fest’s motto “Building Freedom for Design” will be articulated through talks & workshops, quality conversation time and parties! We are bringing both designers and developers together to discuss what’s the future of true collaboration and how open source and open standards will make that future a bright one for everyone!
For those of you that don’t want to miss our very limited €100 early bird tickets, go straight to registration)! You won’t regret it!
The main venue is the gorgeous XVI century Gothic Convent dels Àngels. The main Gothic chapel will be our Auditorium! We’ll be using its terrace for coffee breaks as well as other big rooms, including the smaller Renaissance chapel for open source communities mini-summits.
On Wednesday evening, though, our welcoming party will take place in Modernista Casa de les Punxes’ terrace!
One third of Penpot Fest will be devoted to talks and workshops and I have to say we’re amazed at the exceptional quality of our list of speakers! Here’s a sneak peek!
- Veethika M, Senior Product Designer at Gitlab
- Jan Six, Creator of Tokens Studio, Staff Product Designer at Github
- Peace Ojemeh (Perrie), Core Team at Open Source Community Africa
- Jan C. Borchardt, Co-founder and design lead at Nextcloud
- Martin Owens, Independent Free Software Developer at Inkscape
- Emilio Coppola, Execute Director at Godot Foundation
- Elizabet Oliveira, Senior Product Designer at Xata
- Dalai Felinto, Product Manager at Blender
More speakers and special guests to be announced!
There will be important product announcements at Penpot Fest! You’ll be able to try out the new Grid Layout as well as the Flex+Grid Layout combo! We’ll have cool news coming from the multi-os Desktop flavor of Penpot and very exciting stuff around advanced components, design tokens and… some surprises around open source AI and design! Ah, I almost forgot… the new Penpot UI!
At Penpot, we firmly believe that transformative freedom for design requires a much more fluid conversation between designers and developers. Right now, there’s too much at stake to continue to have separate worldviews. Tools are just tools, but they can help a lot, particularly if they are open source and adhere to open standards, making sure everyone’s welcome.
That’s why at Penpot Fest we’ll be having conversations going beyond Penpot itself. We want you to go back home truly inspired by new ideas and projects that you’ll want to pursue collectively. Attend Penpot Fest and help us shape the future of Freedom for Design.