Some of the best inspiration can come from our fellow designers. Here at HOW, we take web design inspiration one step further with the HOW Interactive Design Conference series. It’s inspiration in over-drive, as we’re giving you access to the interactive designers and developers who’ll walk you through their successful web projects—from Google to Nike, Facebook and more.
Be Inspired: Award-Winning Designer Jessica Walsh at HIDC
HOW Interactive Design Conference Chicago’s closing keynote Jessica Walsh is a prime example. A partner at Sagmeister & Walsh and teacher at the School of Visual Arts, Jessica’s work has been lauded by Type Director’s Club, Art Director’s Club and Graphis. She was also named one of Print Magazine’s 2011 New Visual Artists.
With more accolades in her early career than most of us receive in a lifetime of designing, Walsh will stun us with her creations and invigorate us with her passion for the craft. There’s no better way to cap off an eventful three days packed with the latest information and tools on content strategy development, data visualization, responsive web design and more. We’ve even added new sessions on creativity for ways to keep your ideas fresh your creative address every aspect of effective web design.
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Jessica Walsh is known for her exquisite blend of creativity, multi-media and interaction design. She’s contributed design work to brands like The New York Times, Pentagram design firm and other high-profile names, but she’s most known for her work with controversial designer and partner, Stefan Sagmeister. Since officially joining forces with Sagmeister in 2013 and solidifying the partnership as Sagmeister & Walsh, she’s continued to rise in the design industry. With a captive audience and a fearless approach, Walsh is one designer you don’t want to miss in-person.
Time is running out. Claim your place among interactive design’s elite and register now.
If you can’t make it for all three days, sign up for a one-day pass. Or register two or more people from the same company and save an extra $50 per person off the best rate—because sharing great information and great savings are brilliant steps toward effective teamwork.