Saturday: There couldn't be a better way to kick off the week than attending the 2018 Design Week Opening Party! Connect with fellow attendees, grab a drink, or a food truck snack, check out the live photo booth, and get down at The Custom Blocks before diving into a full week of Design Week experiences.

Monday: Learn more about the newest Wacom technology through artist demos at Behind the Process: Digital to Physical Art Exhibition. Visit New Relic for Following the Mid-Century Masters: Art, Design and Technology to Create New Forms, a presentation and panel discussion on the parallels between our technological revolution, and that of the early 20th century.

Tuesday: Spend the evening in Northwest Portland, at University of Oregon's panel presentation, Storytelling through Virtual Reality, and then have your pick of over two dozen agencies and studios in our first night of Open Houses.

Wednesday: You'll have your choice of several panels and talks, including Particle Design's Empathy, Bots, & the Future of AI, WE Communications' Pixels to People: Collaborating for Better Design, and NWEA's The Importance of Accessibility.

Thursday: Dive into the challenges, benefits, and future of data and design at Design to the Data: Using Data to Improve Your Design. Attend Technical Design Panel to learn more about how designers and technologists can better work together.

Friday: If you're lucky (and quick!), you'll be able to snag a ticket and start your day early at Momo Pixel's Creative Mornings talk at Wieden+Kennedy. In the afternoon, immerse yourself in the world of interactive retail environments at Placemaking in the Digital Age.

Saturday: At Marmoset Music's Song for Tonight, see an interactive mural being created from conductive inks that make music when touched, followed by the Closing Party in the same space—win, win!

For more suggested events and open houses, check out the full digital itinerary, or sign up for a Design Week account to create your own personalized itinerary.