Official Sketch meetups in Rome, San Francisco and Edinburgh — see you there!

After a successful meetup in the Hague a few weeks ago, we’re really excited to announce that the Sketch team will be hosting a couple more official events in Rome, San Francisco and Edinburgh in the coming months.

First up is our Rome event on the 18th October. We’re working with our friends from Nois3 to host a meetup at Talent Garden in the center of the city. Find out more and register on the meetup page.

In Edinburgh and San Francisco we’re teaming up with, the talented team behind Overflow to put on two awesome meetups. On the 22nd October some of the team will be in San Francisco with talks from about Sketch, Overflow and UX. Sign up on the Meetup page to hear more details as they‘re announced. 

The Edinburgh meetup is taking place on the 12th November and coincides with Dibi Conference, a local UI/UX event. The Sketch team will be there and we’ll have talks from Sketch founder Pieter Omvlee and Alexis Piperides from Overflow. You can find out more and register for the meetup here.

We’re really excited to meet and share ideas with the creative community around the world and we hope to see you at one of these events!

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