Registration is now open!

Hey there campers! Registration for Design Camp® 2017 is finally open. Time to pack your coziest flannel and prepare for a weekend of all things design in the northwoods.

2017 Keynote Speakers

Tad Carpenter – Cofounder of Carpenter Collective / Designer, illustrator, author, and educator
Jay Fletcher – Founder of J Fletcher Design / Graphic designer and illustrator
Una Kravets – UI engineer at DigitalOcean / Co-host of Toolsday / International speaker
Steve Frykholm – First internal graphic designer at Herman Miller / AIGA Fellow and Medalist
Ann Willoughby – Founder of Willoughby / Pioneer of gender equality in design / AIGA Medalist
Jennifer Daniel – Creative director at Google / Described by her mother as a genius of information design

Ticket Prices

AIGA Member Supporter/Educator/Sustainer/Leader | $245

AIGA Member Contributor | $275

AIGA Member Student | $135 for the first 100 students, and $245 thereafter

Nonmembers | $465 

If you are not an AIGA member, become one here:

Don't forget to book your lodging!  

Lodging is not included in the price of registration for Design Camp. For the best experience we strongly recommend staying on-site at Madden’s where meals* and easy access to conference event locations are included. To reserve your room at Madden’s, visit For further assistance please call their friendly group housing department at 1-800-642-5363 or email [email protected].

Individual Meals can also be purchased a la cart here: 

See you up there!

*Meals are included in the meal package. If you are staying onsite with the Lodging Only Package, you can purchase individual meal tickets online before September 26, 2017, or you can purchase meals at one of the other dining options at Madden’s during Design Camp. Please note that meal ticket sales will not be available during the event.

Contact Leadership

Loop Haro
Loop Haro
Chair, Design Camp®
Loop is a freelance small business consultant and Business Manager at Replace Design in Minneapolis. After selling his companies in Los Angeles and San Francisco, he headed to the great north in 2014 to make a tiny family and explore the industry of design. Loop regularly produces social projects based on fostering entrepreneurship within design.