I’m excited to announce that I will be the MC of DesignXL, a new design conference taking place November 9th in beautiful Pensacola, Florida. DesignXL is the Florida Panhandle’s FIRST design conference. Join me in this beach town as they feature both local and national talent to accel your skills, grow your network, and further your design education. Tickets are on sale NOW at – and early bird pricing will get you all access for a limited low price of $149 for professionals, $75 for students.

In addition to the day-of conference, there will be a pre-party mixer the night of November 8th.

Visit for all the details on speakers, workshops and more!


Today on Feasting on Design, I’m talking with the team from DesignXL, a new design conference in Pensacola, Florida this November. We talk about how the conference got started, the importance of building community, and why you should come to DesignXL, plus a whole lot more.

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Jason Frostholm