FOWD London launched a (beautiful) new website yesterday with details of the conference and workshops coming up at the event in May and tickets are on sale right now.
“Super-duper early bird” tickets were fantastic value starting at £235 but have been snapped up faster than you can say “jQuery”.
There’s still some “early bird” offers available starting at £470 (saving you about £200) so if you’re into it, get booking.
There’s a really great line-up across two different “tracks” including presentations and workshops from Dan Cederholm (Simple Bits), Brendan Dawes (Magnetic North), Web Standardistas and Molly Holzschlag (Molly.com).
Topics to be covered include HTML5, CSS3 (implementation, graceful degradation, design), jQuery (essentials and advanced), Google Analytics, UX and usability, how to run a successful web design business and lots more in between.
Check the full details here, fingers crossed I might see you there in May.
Yesterday I mentioned that I’d got word of FOWD 2010 coming to London in May via a Facebook mail. Here’s the skinny if you’re interested and aren’t yet connected on Facebook.
Future of Web Design is returning to London on Monday May 17th 2010. We have made a few exciting changes.
Running for three days (17th – 19th May) it will consist of two conference days, each comprising of two tracks, and culminating in a day of intimate workshops. That’s a lot of sessions to choose from!
As well as the extra day we have also changed the format of the workshops. This year we are offering full day workshops to give you the opportunity to get deeper into the subject.
The conference will take place at the lovely Brewery in the City of London and workshops will be held at Wallace Space Kings Cross.
A brand new web site with full details of speakers and topics will launch in mid February.
Will be interesting to see if the exciting changes will mean a reduction in ticket prices or even different ticket options. I’d really love to go. I attended FOWA in Dublin last year, my first ‘industry event’ if you will and left it feeling very positive, inspired and excited even though I’m more a web maker than an app maker.
The fact that it’s on over weekdays will make travel and accomodation somewhat more affordable at the very least so here’s to a trip to London in May – time to start stashing some cash in the piggybank