The first of two HOW Interactive Design Conferences this fall is just 8 days away, and there’s still time to register for the Washington, DC, event September 27–29. And certainly, if you’re eyeing San Francisco in October (29–31), then you have more wiggle room.
So … maybe you need to convince your boss to fund your attendance at the conference this year. Or you need to convince yourself to spend the time and money to develop your design skills. Here are some powerful arguments in favor of attending:
- You’ll be learning from the best web designers, developers and technologists in the industry, people like Cameron Moll, Karen McGrane, Patrick McNeil, David Sherwin, Mark O’Brien, Aaron Gustafson, Paul Boag, Kam Diba and many others.
- You’ll strengthen (and broaden) your web design skill set, with two tracks covering a mix of real-world information and processes, inspiring work from top web designers and insights into the latest tools and technologies.
- You’ll hear about the most relevant topics that matter most to today’s web designers and front-end developers, including HTML5, CSS3, typography, UX and more.
- The information you gather at the HOW Interactive Design Conference will help you save your company money. You’ll learn about new time-saving web design tools, meet with technology venders and discover new solutions.
- You’ll make valuable connections with accomplished interactive designers with unique skills and experiences to share—a collaborative network you can tap long after the conference.
Need more ammunition? Download our “Convince Your Boss” PDF, march into your boss’s office and make a case to attend the HOW Interactive Design Conference. Last year’s event sold out quickly, so hop on the registration bandwagon.