ApacheCon EU is the Apache Software Foundation’s European conference about the latest innovations in containers, cloud, DevOps, IoT, servers, web frameworks, plus many other Apache projects and communities (including user-centred design!) in a collaborative, vendor-neutral environment.
This year for the first time, Apache Foundation has invited the Open Source Design collective to curate the first track about user-centred design.
ApacheCon will take place between October 22nd and 24th, in the Kulturbrauerei, Schönhauser Allee. The exact room will be confirmed in the coming months.
This will be a full day of talks about design work on free, libre and open source projects.
We invite you to send in your submissions about design work on free, libre and open source projects.
We mean ‘design’ in the broadest sense: user research, interface and interaction design, information architecture, visual design, typography, illustration, iconography, accessibility … – all in the context of open source projects, which we believe introduces unique challenges.
Designers and developers working with designers (or on a design-minded project) are welcome to submit proposals.
Possible topics include:
- FOSS design tools
- Unique challenges that open source brings
- Design techniques and deliverables
- Design/engineering collaboration approaches
- User engagement and design research activities
Project case studies
In the past we’ve had talks about getting designers involved in open source, accessibility in open source, application design and development, beyond logos, architectural font digitisation and design and lots more.
Recording and licensing of talks:
The talks in the Open Source Design track will be audio and video recorded, and possibly streamed live too.
By submitting a proposal you consent to be recorded and agree to license the content of your talk under a Creative Commons (CC-BY) license.
What and how to submit
1st December 2018
How to submit
If you want to submit a talk, you’ll first have to register for the conference
When submitting your talk in Pentabarf, when asked for the ‘Track’, you must select the ‘Open source design devroom’.
If you already have a Pentabarf account from a previous year, please reuse it: create an account if, and only if, you don’t have one from a previous year.
If you have any issues with Pentabarf, do not despair: contact bernard+fosdem at ei8fdb dot org
Who co-ordinates Open Source Design devroom
The Open Source Design Devroom is co-ordinated by the Open Source Design community.
Date & Location
- Date: 22 - 24 Sat, 2 Feb 2019
- Time: full days
- Location: Room not yet confirmed, Kulturbrauerei, Schönhauser Allee 36 10435 Berlin, Germany