From Adobe to Workfront: Build Your Skills at HOW Design Live

In recent weeks, we’ve added more than a dozen technical sessions to the HOW Design Live program — sessions designed to expand your technical skills, inspire new design thinking and introduce you to new tools to help you work smarter.

From designing for the web to linking brain science to branding, these sessions feature expert presenters from the design industry’s leading partners.

Make room on your HOW Design Live agenda to catch some of these sponsored technical sessions:

Adding 3D Elements to Your Designs with Cinema 4D — presented by Nick Campbell of Greyscalegorilla

Future-Proofing Your Design Team: 3 Lessons from an Overnight Rebrand — presented by David Lesué of Workfront

You Can Do Creative Work on Mobile Devices — presented by Rufus Deuchler of Adobe

Right Brain, Left Brain: Unleashing Creativity in the Technical World — presented by Susie Stitzel of Esko


Navigating Your Next Professional Move — presented by Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group

The State of the In-House Team: Results of the New Industry Report — presented by Conor Smith of The BOSS Group and Jackie Schaffer of Cella Consulting

Designing for the Web: 5 Things You need to Know — presented by Brian Wood of

Great Design for Mobile: What $40B in Research Can Teach You — presented by Michael Sikorsky of Robots and Pencils

Making Time for the DAM Good Stuff — presented by Jake Athey of Widen and Kate Bennewitz of LifeFitness

Haptic Brain, Haptic Brand — presented by David Eagelman and Lana Rigsby (sponsored by Sappi)


Fifteen Ideas That Matter — presented by Cheryl Heller

How to Build a Successful Web Design Business Using Webydo — presented by Shmulik Grizim of Webydo

Draplin Takes Mobile to Desktop — presented by Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. and Paul Trani of Adobe

Print, Design, Curation — presented by Kent Hall of Blurb, Chris Brown of Refueled Magazine, Chris Harrold of Mohawk and Jessica Helfand of Design Observer

HOW Design Live in Chicago is less than three weeks away — there’s still time to register. Book your Big Ticket today and save $100 off the onsite registration price.