Berlin, Germany18–19 August, 2016

Conference for Creatives

Everyone Welcome

We’re the conference for people who create of every kind. We’re the conference that inspires and empowers. We’re the conference that defies conventions. We’re the conference for you.

  • 15 handpicked talks

  • Pre-party meetup

  • Meals and snacks

  • Pocket talks from you

  • Bowling tournament

  • Plenty of coffee

  • Comfy seats

  • Games after party

  • Relaxing breaks

  • Accessible for everyone

Watch Our Lookback!

As we prepare for Hybrid 2016, here's a look back at what Hybrid is about, and what we loved about 2015.

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Some of our awesome


Keynote Doc Waller

Becoming Possible

Doc is an award-winning stage performer, has developed a multitude of original workshops, produced independent web series, and has become a TEDx speaker alum. His full focus now is on developing the Becoming Possible lifestyle brand.

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Trent Kusters

League of Geeks

Trent is the CEO and Co-Founder of League of Geeks, an indie game development studio from Melbourne. He was Creative Director for their first game, Armello, an acclaimed video game that's like a beautiful board game come to life.

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Keynote Stevyn Colgan


Stevyn wears many hats. He's an elf on BBC show QI, a writer and researcher for The Museum of Curiosity, a speaker, an author, a teacher, and an artist. Oh, and he was a police officer for 30 years.

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Robert Stulle


Robert has two decades of experience as a designer and consultant. He became a managing partner at Edenspiekermann in 2009, where as Head of Digital Products and Services he heads up projects for clients such as Red Bull.

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Stewart Scott-Curran


Stewart is the Director of Brand Design at customer platform Intercom. He organised and hosted Creative Mornings SF for two years, and previously worked with great brands like Coca-Cola, CNN, and Nike.

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Jess Brown


Jess leads the digital design team as Director of UX at VICE, where she works on bringing VICE’s distinct storytelling to mobile, web, and TV apps. She was previously at Rent the Runway.

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Joel Califa


Joel is sad when he's not doing good work, which is why alongside being Product Design Lead at DigitalOcean, he also founded Design & Code teaching designers code and developers design, and instructs on front-end for General Assembly.

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Helena Price


Helena is an SF-based photographer who has just launched her wonderful project Techies, a portrait collection sharing diverse stories of tech employees in Silicon Valley

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Lisa Passing

Travis CI

By day, Lisa is Queen of !important (aka Front-End Developer) at Travis CI and works to promote free and open source software. By night, she coaches at community programming workshops and organises Cryptoparties around Berlin.

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Justine Arreche

Travis CI

Justine is Travis CI's Chief Clipart Strategist (aka UI/UX designer) who is working to help developers understand design better, encourage empathy and bring to light mental health issues in tech.

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Jojo Hedaya

Jojo is an entrepreneur who found great success with his first startup, which takes all the pain out of email unsubscribing. He is passionate about simplicity and data-driven decisions.

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Dan Edwards

No Divide

Dan co-founded creative agency No Divide following working as a freelance designer for 7 years, and after winning Young Designer of the Year in 2013. He also founded oozled, a growing collection of awesome resources for designers and developers.

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Cameron Daigle


Cameron has recently made the move to Chicago to join music marketplace Reverb as a senior product designer, after spending several years in Jacksonville Beach designing kick-ass interfaces alongside his design team at Hashrocket.

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Luke Ngakane


Luke is Design Lead for Siberia and is currently in the process of moving to Berlin to start their new studio there. He was previously at, where he combined his awesome product design skills with his love of food. Oh, and he's a non-words expert.

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MC Carl Smith

Bureau of Digital

Our annual ambassador Carl is back as our MC again. When not speaking at Hybrid, Carl is building community at Bureau of Digital through running Owner Camp and other great events.

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Ashley Baxter

Insurance by Jack

Ashley is not only building the next revolutionary generation of insurance companies with her business, Insurance by Jack; she’s also a fantastic photographer as Girl with a Camera.

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Our beautiful


This year, our main conference venue is the UCI Kinowelt Colosseum. It combines the comfort of a modern cinema with a gorgeous, listed, brick facade in the foyer – courtesy of its origins as a 19th century horse and bus depot. It’s located in Prenzlauer Berg, right next to the Schönhauser Allee subway station and plenty of shops and restaurants.

Our lovely


HybridConf wouldn’t be the event it is without our incredible sponsors, who help us to provide you with food, drinks, entertainment, and lots more. This year, we send some huge thanks to...

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If your company is interested in sponsoring Hybrid this year, we’d love to hear from you. Send us a quick email and we’ll get right back to you with some more information and our sponsorship brochure.

From the blog

Hybrid Meets... Doc Waller

Hybrid is so close, so let's get even more excited with a quick interview with our incredible closing keynoter, Doc Waller

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