We are no longer selling tickets to Config, but will be livestreaming portions of the event. Sign up here for the livestream.
Config is taking place in San Francisco on Thursday, February 6th, 2020 from 8:30AM to 8:30PM.
Yes! Register for the livestream and we'll send a calendar invite your way.
The morning keynotes at Config will be livestreamed. We will be recording many of the afternoon talks at Config, and sharing the content after the event.
Yes, we'll have a place for you to leave your bag and/or luggage
Config is a safe and inclusive space for everyone across every religion, country of origin, sexual orientation, visible and invisible disability, and age, as well as veterans and people who have been incarcerated.
Our venue is wheelchair accessible; we’ll have all-gender/all-people restrooms; we’ll have seats up front reserved for wheelchairs, people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing and/or visually impaired; we’ll have live CART captioning at the stage. If you need an ASL interpreter, volunteer guide, prayer room or have other accessibility needs let us know during registration and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
There is no pre-registering for break out sessions at Config. Look at the agenda, plan your day, and show up! There is limited space for some of our workshop sessions so be sure to show up a little early for a session if its something you really want to attend.
A code of conduct is an agreement on the rules and behaviors that are (and are not) acceptable for members of a group or organization. In our case, the members encompasses everyone participating and the group or organization is Figma's user conference, Config.
We want to create a safe and inclusive environment for every single person who is participating in Figma's user conference. We can do that by creating a code of conduct that each participant understands and agrees to.
Everyone participating in Config. Participating means:
Have a question, experience something that makes you feel unsafe, or have a violation or concern to report? We are here to help. You can reach us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
When reporting an incident, please be as specific as you feel comfortable. Any details you feel comfortable sharing (what happened, who was involved, any witnesses, and additional context) will be helpful for our team.
Upon receiving a report, our team will review the incident and recommend a solution. Depending on the severity of the incident in question, we may do one of the following: