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Essential Web Design and Development Conferences

2 September 2008

Here’s a list of conferences and exhibitions you will find us at over the next few months, and into 2009.

Why? Not just because they are great fun, but also very valuable tools in training, learning emerging internet technologies and trends.

Getting to the cutting edge of Internet leaders minds is what it is all about, and chatting up close and personal with other exciting innovators on the web.

Being able to spend each day in a group with in-depth focus on a many topics, allowing you to discuss your problems, share solutions, and make lasting connections with your peers and future colleagues.

Extra special keywords for these events: Usability, Development, Marketing and Networking

dConstruct 2008 Designing the social web. 3rd-5th September, Brighton, UK.

‘It’s a grass-roots conference that gathers some of the brightest minds in the industry from around the world’

Head The Singularity 2008 conference has now been renamed ‘Head’, 24th-26th October, Online (worldwide).

‘It’s a seminal web event intended to form a time capsule or snapshot of Web ’08 . The conference will have experts in WebDesign & Blogging, Artists, 3D & Flash Developers, Gods of JavaScript & MarkUps, Hackers, Entrepreneurs; conducting sessions on various topics.’

Adaptive Path UX Intensive, October 13-16 2008, Copenhagen.

‘Workshop series examines the four key elements that contribute to a successful interactive experience: Design Strategy, Design Research, Interaction Design and Information Architecture. Workshops are led by Adaptive Path’s team of experts, including: Dan Saffer,
Chiara Fox, Brandon Schauer and
Todd Wilkens’.

Search Marketing Expo – SMX London,
4-5 November 2008, London.

’2 days of sessions featuring the latest intelligence on cutting-edge SEO and PPC tactics and best practices from the brightest minds in search marketing’

The User Experience 2008 Conference, 16-21 November 2008, Amsterdam.

‘These guys bring together structured disciplines and apply them to improving the user experience while considering business needs — something we should all do everyday’.
Testimonial from Jason McKenzie, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Adaptive Path MX, 1-3 March 2009, San Francisco.

‘MX brings thought leaders from IDEO, Google, The Mayo Clinic, Cisco, and many others, to show you what it takes to get great experiences out into the world’.

SXSW Interactive, March 13-17, 2009, Austin, Texas.

‘The SXSW Interactive Festival features five days of exciting panel content and amazing parties. Attracting digital creatives as well as visionary technology entrepreneurs, the event celebrates the best minds and the brightest personalities of emerging technology’.

All we can say is that it’s very exciting to be part of this and the future of the internet, we hope to meet you there. If you have any questions about what these events mean to how we work contact us.

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    amazing stuff thanx :)