Fortunately, we no longer refer to the internet as the “information superhighway” (that’s SO nineties). But if you’re a creative pro and you don’t have interactive design in your skillset, you risk getting left by the side of the road in your design career. We’re here to get you in the fast lane (sorry, I’ll stop with the driving metaphors) with the first-ever HOW Interactive Design Conference coming to San Francisco November 2–4.
This new event is designed for creatives who are looking to boost their interactive design chops. Maybe you’re a print designer who’s dabbled in web design but want to deepen your knowledge of CSS and HTML. Maybe you’ve done some interactive design but want to learn more about subjects like user experience and content strategy. Or you’ve created websites but want to explore mobile technologies.
The HOW Interactive Design Conference is all about helping you learn the skills you need to thrive and grow in your creative career. And because it’s from HOW, you know you’ll get useable, expert information and inspiration that you can put into practice right away.
In fact, we’ve invited an all-star roster of speakers to be part of this inaugural event—speakers like Julie Beeler of the crazy-award-winning interactive shop Second Story; web-design expert Patrick McNeil, creator of the Web Designer’s Idea App; interactive-design pioneer Cameron Moll; and David Sherwin of frog design and author of Creative Workshop. These folks have been immersed in interactive design since its early days and they’re primed to share the latest knowledge and technology with you.
Intrigued? (We hope so.)