I just heard from my friends over at HOW that the HOW Interactive Design Conference is almost sold out. I guess they identified a need: designers who need to expand your traditional skill set to digital design.
So don’t wait til the Early Bird discount expires September 30th to register. Combine the $50 early bird discount with the special Creative Freelancer Blog subscriber discount code – HICF – and you’ll save $150!
This upcoming conference will show you how to confidently navigate web, digital, mobile and other forms of interactive media – guided by some of today’s most successful interactive designers.
HOW Interactive Design Conference
November 2 – 4, 2011
Parc 55 Wyndham Hotel – San Francisco
Learn from Interactive Design Experts
HOW magazine has partnered with leaders in interactive design such as David Sherwin of frog design, Mark O’Brien of Newfangled, Julie Beeler of Second Story, and Matthew Richmond of Chopping Block, Inc., and many more major design thought leaders.
Plus, the HOW Interactive Design Conference program is structured so that each topic is presented in multiple sessions, providing information in easy-to-digest segments. Over the course of the Conference, every topic is covered in depth, providing you with the comprehensive instruction and working tools you need to immerse yourself in this dynamic medium.
Take Advantage of Some Great Savings
Lots of creative freelancers have already taken advantage of this special discount. You too can save $150 off the HOW Interactive Design Conference individual rate* just by inputting HICF in the discount code box during the registration process before September 30th!
Visit www.HOWInteractiveConference.com for all the details. Don’t restrict your design skill set to print alone. Register today and take control of your design future!
* Discount applies to full-conference rate only. Cannot be combined with other discounts. Can be used with Early Bird rate.
Post in the comments if you’re planning to attend so you can coordinate with other creative freelancers.