HOW Design Live Goes Online

If you were one of those people stuck at your desk instead of enjoying HOW Design Live in Boston last week, you may have been able to suck a little inspiration from the HOW team’s daily recaps. But if even those accounts of the kick-ass speaker sessions (and hot breakfast bars) left you wanting, we have just the thing to cheer you up: HOW Design Live is going online.


What does this mean, exactly? It means that students or freelancers who couldn’t afford the Big Ticket, busy in-house designers who couldn’t swing a week of PTO and attendees who had to make tough choices of one session over another can all band together to enjoy 23 carefully curated HOW Live conference videos.


We picked the cream of the crop, including sessions with Malcolm Gladwell, Aaron Draplin and Johnny Cupcakes. For a fraction of the cost of the Big Ticket or purchasing each video individually, registrants can access these videos from June 9-June 22 and view them anywhere they have access to a wifi connection. Think about it this way: We’re bringing you the best of HOW Design Live for only $399. Have a favorite presentation? You can watch it as many times as you like throughout the event. Check them out over breakfast, on your lunch break or after dinner. There’s no set schedule, so you’re free to watch the sessions at your leisure.


The best part is that you won’t lose out on the interactivity of actually being at the conference. Throughout the two-week event, a number of our speakers will be available to live chat for an hour. If there’s someone you’re especially psyched to talk with, simply log in during their time slot (schedule coming soon) and ask them anything you’d like to know about their session (or design or life in general). No need to elbow your way through the crowds or wait in long lines. Plus, imagine how much easier it will be to convince your boss to expense the online event, especially when you can view the videos off the clock.

With all these great benefits, registering for the online event seems like a no-brainer, but if you’d like to learn a little bit more about what’s available, check out the session page. Remember, the official event start date is June 9, so register today!