Those wanting to make a speaker submission for the Develop in Brighton conference have until March 31st to deliver their proposals.
The organisers are welcoming submissions for 60 minute lectures and panels, that must fit within one of the following conference track guidelines:
Art – To inspire artists and creatives across the whole spectrum of game development
Audio – For anyone involved in sound or music and games
Business – Tackles the commercial issues of game development
Coding – A focus on the technical side of game development aimed at programmers of all levels
Design – As more games devolve decisions to the player, we’re all designers now, aimed at anyone interested in design issues or case studies
Evolve – Game development for new platforms, new markets and new technologies
Production – Aimed at management and game producers facing modern production challenges
Develop in Brighton takes place from July 19th to 21st this year, and brings together a conference, expo and a number of networking and social events. Click here for more details.