Phoenix Design Week comes to Downtown next week

Phoenix Design Week is a weeklong conference and series of events scheduled from Sept. 29 to Oct. 3. Since this is an event all about the Phoenix design community, various galleries will be up throughout the week featuring the work of local designers – everything from graphic to interactive to logo, and even sculpture to name a few.

The weekend conference is being held at the Phoenix Convention Center in the heart of downtown Phoenix. National speakers include Hillman Curtis, Von Glitschka, James Victore, Paul Sahre, Mike Joosse and Brian Singer. To learn more about these amazing speakers, visit

The panels, presentations, workshops and roundtable discussions held during the weekend conference are meant to bring together the design community in an unprecedented way.


A $125 Registration includes access to all exhibits, events, two-day conference and parties. (The conference alone contains over $800 worth of Adobe training workshops). It also includes a free copy of James Victore’s new book Victore or, Who Died and Made You Boss? (a $40 value), a 18”×24” PHXDW Poster and a swag bag full of sponsor goodies!

Register Here:

Other Opportunities


Opportunities to sponsor this community effort are still available! View more information regarding the levels of sponsorship or contact Russ Perry at for details.


Design Week is run entirely by volunteers and we would love if you joined us! We will need help throughout the week, so if you can get involved, please contact Lonnie Tapia at for details.




Twitter: @phxdc

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About Yuri Artibise

I am a community driven policy analyst, community engagement practitioner and social media specialist.

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