Camp Digital returns on March 16th and 17th at Manchester Town Hall

By Shaun Gomm | 22/01/2016

Camp Digital, the inspirational conference for the UX and digital community returns to Manchester on March 16th and 17th. The event enters its fifth year at Manchester Town Hall in what promises to be the biggest and best event yet. The theme of this year's event is 'digital for good', so expect talks and workshops on digital transformation in the social sector, inclusive design and accessibility, and the potential for digital to be a force for positive social change. We'll also have an amazing array of top notch speakers like Tom Loosemore, a GDS (Government Digital Service) founder and now Digital Services Director at the Co-Op, Clive Grinyer, Customer Experience Director at Barclays, and Julie Dodd, ex Creative Director at the BBC and author of the incredible report, The New Reality. 

The format of the event is a little different this year. The main conference day on 17th March is a full day of talks and seminars across three spaces in the Town Hall. But there's also a pre-event workshops day on 16th at the Manchester Central Library right next door. There are four different workshops, two in the morning and two in the afternoon, which provide more hands-on, detailed learning opportunities. You can choose one session in the morning, and one in the afternoon, to participant in more practical and interactive sessions. 

You can find out everything you need to know about the event at the Camp Digital website.