Dev & Design: Harmony in the Digital Space

Monday / October 24 / 6:00 PM

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Bridge the Gap

As a part of DCFemTech’s October Tour De Code and a partnership between DCFemTech, Women Who Code, and AIGA DC, this panel aims to bridge the gap between developers and designers through conversation, discovery, and a hands-on workshop.

We’ll start off with an interactive panel discussion where developer and designer pairs will analyze existing designs and discuss their thoughts; this discussion will present perspectives from both development and design backgrounds. Then we will break out into four roundtable discussion groups, each of which will discuss the following:

  • Getting started on creating your portfolio
  • Designers helping developers on the best way to design their portfolio
  • Developers helping designers get their portfolio up on the web
  • Creating accessible designs


DCFemTech is a coalition of women leaders aimed at amplifying women in tech organizations, sharing resources, and bringing leaders together to close the gender gap. Bimonthly meetings are inclusive and open to any women in tech leaders. Members are affiliated with organizations with women attendance that is 50% or higher; who have a focus on technology; and have a primary focus in the mission statement about gender or women. Find out more about DCFemTech here:

Women Who Code

Women Who Code (WWCode) is global non-profit with a set of programs for engineers to help build the careers we want. We work to support this generation in being and becoming leaders and role models in the tech industry.


CHIEF is a digital agency that works with organizations in the public and private sectors in the DC area. Find out more info about them here:

CHIEF is located on Massachusetts Ave NW, directly off the southeast side of Dupont Circle. Our office is located nearest to the Dupont Circle Metro station south entrance. Parking is available on the street and in a garage under the building, accessible from 18th St, NW.


Date & Time


October 24

6:00 PM