The 2014 HOW Interactive Design Conference, the only web design conference focused entirely on design and the design process, isn’t about coding and programming.
Sure, HTML and CSS are valuable tools in web design, and the expert web design practitioners at the event will help deepen your understanding of them, but, more importantly, you will gain a deeper understanding of responsive design, UX design, front-end design and content strategy as well as best practices for designing online marketing campaigns.
But before you decide which tool to use, you need to first grasp how the design challenges of the screen are unique—and how to solve them in the most user-friendly way possible.
At HOW Interactive Design Conference—coming to three cities across the U.S. this year—you’ll get this big-picture understanding, as well as the myriad strategic approaches and tools you can use to resolve those challenges right when you get back to the office.
HOW Interactive Design Conference: Introducing Dan Roam
Dan Roam is one of the speakers you’ll meet who will walk you through the theoretical side of web design. The author of Fast Company‘s #1 creativity book of the year, The Back of the Napkin has helped leaders at Microsoft, Boeing, eBay, Kraft, Gap, IBM, the US Navy, the United States Senate, and the White House solve complex problems with simple pictures.
In Dan’s San Francisco session The Back of the Napkin: Where Design Thinking Meets Visual Thinking, you’ll learn about Dan’s neurobiologically-based “visual toolkit,” a method for clarifying even the most complicated idea, which will help frame all your future web design decisions.
As the founder and president of Digital Roam, Inc., Dan is uniquely positioned to help designers execute on design problems when “words don’t work.” He brings interactive expertise and experience to HOW’s west coast interactive event.
Don’t miss this chance to interact with dynamic speakers like Dan Roam and network with fellow working web designers. Register by June 30 and save $200!