Dear Attendees, with this handbook, we’re happy to provide you with one central place containing all the details, dates, locations, technical specs and formalities for SmashingConf San Francisco. We can’t wait to welcome you in SF!
Feel free to make comments in this doc if you have any questions — and so all attendees will see them as well! We’ll respond in kind, where relevant. Also, in case we’ve left things out, please let us know. Thank you! :-)
<aside> 📌 Please bring your (digital) vaccination certificate. COVID 19 Vaccinations will be required for SmashingConf SF 2022. Whilst we are very happy and excited to be planning events where we can learn together in-person once again, we know that the Covid-19 pandemic is not over. All attendees, speakers, partners, and staff must be vaccinated. Between local, venue, and company policies, this will be enforced. International vaccine certificates will be accepted.
<aside> 📌 You can skip the COVID line by uploading your vaccine certificate beforehand. Look for your confirmation from Ti.to. Choose “change” ticket to upload your vaccine certificate.
Welcome to the sixth edition of SmashingConf San Francisco! We’re thrilled to welcome you to this lovely city, and we’ll make sure that you feel truly… well, smashing**,** during your stay. That’s why we prepared some tips and hints for you to make the most of your experience. So, if you have some free time, you’ll know exactly how to spend it well.
The main reason why SmashingConf exists in the first place is because we believe in sharing, and we strive to bring people together. This explains the very practical side of Smashing Conferences. It’s a place where professionals like yourself share practical techniques, ideas, strategies, failures, lessons learned, and successes in an informal, intimate atmosphere.
Keeping it Personal : No fancy suits, no halls with thousands of people —just practical quality content, delivered by experts working on real life projects, in an open, welcoming environment. We take pride in our code of conduct, and we don’t tolerate any disrespect. Please be kind and considerate to each other.