SVC Events

Build Your Own Bootcamp and Save 35%

Build Your Own Bootcamp and Save 35%

July 7, 2015 | 5PM

This summer you can get good—really good—at a subject that’s been interesting you by building your own SVC Summer Bootcamp. Just choose any three or more Summer 2015 classes and workshops, and when you register, enter the discount code BOOT2015 and you’ll automatically get 35% off the regular tuition.

There’s not much fine print other than to say if you drop a class and go below the minimum of three, you’ll be billed for the full tuition price, you can’t combine this discount with other discounts and the KEXP poster class is not eligible. The same individual must be registered for three or more classes to receive the discount. But it’s a small price to pay for a smaller price to pay at SVC this summer.

Pick your bootcamp classes now.

UX Careers 2015: Where is the field headed and how do you stay current?

UX Careers 2015: Where is the field headed and how do you stay current?

July 16, 2015 | 11AM - 2PM

The UX field is ever changing and expanding and it can be tough to keep up with all that is going on as you advance your UX career. Is your best path to career growth going to be more often found in agency or in-house roles? Is everyone going to become a unicorn, or will the idea of a specialist persist? How do you account for things like service design, the internet of things and wearables in your practice?

FREE! Letterpress Steamroller Smackdown

FREE! Letterpress Steamroller Smackdown

August 7, 2015 | 2PM - 8PM

Visit SVC’s portable printing parlour at the SLU Block Party to typeset a letterpress poster for free! While you’re there, take in the spectacle of our annual Steamroller Smackdown, where teams of top designers will print gigantic posters of their own using a steamroller in lieu of a traditional printing press.

Seattle Design Festival - Design for Equity

Seattle Design Festival - Design for Equity

September 12, 2015 | 5PM

September 12th - September 25th
The Seattle Design Festival celebrates the ways design makes life better. Community members, city officials, citizen-experts, and designers all come together at workshops, performances, tours, exhibitions, talks, films, gatherings and more to exchange ideas.