In/Visible Talks Potential Speaker Submission
Thank you for interest in joining the In/Visible Talks community! If you would like to be considered as a speaker for an In/Visible Talks conference or salon event, please complete the form below. We will save your information on file, and contact you should an opportunity arise in the future. Before submitting to be a speaker with In/Visible Talks, we ask that you please read the below description of what we are all about and thoroughly check out our website and 99U article (links below) to ensure we are the right fit for you. Only candidates that align with our ideals and mission will be considered. Thank you!

ABOUT IN/VISIBLE TALKS
In/Visible Talks is a San Francisco based conference for creative professionals that celebrates the art of design. Our mission is to build community through conversation about the process, inspiration and challenges behind the creative practice. The conference is not about case studies, we focus on real talk about how design gets done.
www.invisibletalks.com

TALK DETAILS
This conference is about making the invisible visible, sharing the behind the scenes of the creative process and connecting with a multifaceted creative community. We ask that all speakers think about the diverse audience in the room and provide insights and takeaways around their process, inspiration or challenges that can resonate with creatives in a variety of mediums.
Most talks at the conference are a max of 20 minutes in length with a few minutes of QA if time allows. Typically we also accommodate 1-2 longer talk formats (either a keynote or a panel interview) that last 40-45 minutes.

For more information about what In/Visible Talks looks for in a speaker, please see the following article:
https://99u.adobe.com/articles/64464/how-creative-conferences-select-speakers


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