GraphicDesign.com Adds Schedule of Design Related Conferences and Events
GraphicDesign.com is spreading its wings. The site will have a presence at several major live design events across the United States, including upcoming HOW Interactive Conferences in San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
GraphicDesign.com is spreading its wings. The site will have a presence at several major live design events across the United States, including upcoming HOW Interactive Conferences in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. The events take place in September and October, respectively, and will feature some of the top minds in the industry.
Readers can view major upcoming graphic design conferences and events (with discounted rates for graphicdesign.com readers) in a new sidebar to the right of GraphicDesign.com’s homepage. And, companies organizing design-related events can be listed by contacting Julia(at)graphicdesign(dot)com.
GraphicDesign.com Writer and Advisory Board member Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch will be representing GraphicDesign.com at the Washington, D.C. event and is fresh off reporting on the HOW Design Live conference in Boston.
Her recap of the Boston event, which appears on GraphicDesign.com, contains a multitude of images and left a strong imprint on her mind: “If I had to use only one word to describe the conference, it would have to be ‘dynamic.’ Speakers and attendees brought their diverse backgrounds, experience, talent, and humor to the table, generously sharing their advice and insights.”
In October, the Future of Web Design NYC event will take place in the Big Apple. It’s billed as a “world-class conference for web designers and front-end developers, bringing you top speakers, the hottest topics, and an unbeatable atmosphere,” according to its website. Another GraphicDesign.com Writer and Advisory Board member, Matt Cannon, will be in New York covering the conference.
Finally, in mid-November, An Event Apart emanates from San Francisco. GraphicDesign.com readers can score $75 off the conference fee and be privileged to three days’ worth of discussion of design and coding from the heart of the tech world. Nick Musica, who authored “When Search Meets Web Usability,” will be reporting from the conference, whose final day is an exclusive workshop devoted to designing for mobile devices.
Anyone attending these conferences should be on the lookout for representatives of GraphicDesign.com and if you haven’t already registered then take a look at the discounted rates we have. Plus, interested readers can find full recaps of each event on GraphicDesign.com, which adds even more compelling and unique content to a website that already attracts droves of graphic design students, employers, and freelancers.
GraphicDesign.com readers who are interested in being present at any of these conferences can receive special discounts. To learn how, visit GraphicDesign.com/Events. The site will also be giving away one free pass to a HOW Interactive Conference, with entry details to be announced soon. Interested attendees are encouraged to check back to GraphicDesign.com regularly to score the free pass.
In other news, there’s a new writer on GraphicDesign.com, Freddy Taylor. He’s a freelancer from London who received several major design accolades from Edinburgh University. He also developed Open-Play.co.uk, which recruited younger designers, worked with a half-dozen clients, won live pitches, and raised money for charity.
GraphicDesign.com is a leading source of news and information devoted entirely to the graphic design industry. Employers, students, and freelancers come to GraphicDesign.com to read and discuss current news, information, events as well as to find graphic design firms and to post or search for graphic design jobs.
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