dcamp, the camp for designers and developers, kicks off tomorrow night. IFTF and the Pinceton Review have been kind enough to provide space for the Saturday sessions, making it a block-party of sorts. Good thing too, as there are 180 attendees so far...
Socialtext is opening it's doors to host DCamp, the first ad-hoc event focused on design & user experience, May 12th & 13th. The folks at BayCHI are initiating this one, here's Rashmi Sinha's announcement:
D is for designers and D is for developers. We hope that this event
will attract both designers, developers and anyone else who cares about
the user experience. We hope that we will address issues of mutual
concern together under the same roof and help build connections between
the various communities that care about User Experience.