Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
800 Spring Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
The event kicks off with studio tours and networking parties on Thursday, followed by a full day of sessions and panels.
Atlanta, NYC, Portland and Beyond!
WebVisions will be in Atlanta next week - join us for presentations, studio tours and parties on our first roadshow. Then, we're off to New York City for our Portlandia-themed show!
Henry Ford once said that "failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently." User experience designers can employ Ford's idea to improve their craft by learning how products failed in the marketplace when the determining factor was experience design.
In his session on "Why We Fail," Victor will share case studies from his forthcoming book "Why We Fail" to illustrate what teams actually built, how the products failed, and how we can learn from that experience.
Victor started his career in information technology, building systems at the Boston Consulting Group, DDB Needham, and others. His design work with the Southern Poverty Law Center has won several awards.
Join mobile app development experts Shawn Wildermuth (phone dev guru), James Ashley (designer) and Moses Ngone (PhoneGap) on Thurs., Nov. 17th in an all day Mobile Hackathon for social good. The day will begin with short presentations by educators and representatives from non-profit organizations, followed by informational sessions on building apps for Windows Phone and other mobile platforms.
Teams will compete to deliver the most compelling and appealing solutions. Prizes will be awarded to the winning team, including the chance to be featured in the Windows Phone marketplace.
The hackathon is a free event but we ask attendees to RSVP below. Participants in the Mobile Hackathon for Good can attend Day 2 of the WebVisions conference for only $195.
Build HTML5 games with Jessie Freeman
Tork up your web skillz with a couple of half day workshops at WebVisions NYC. Held at the Hudson Hotel on Wed., Jan. 18th, the workshops explore web and mobile design, UX, research, game development and the ever popular duo of HTML5 and CSS3.
Register by Nov. 30th, and each workshop is only $250.
"Remote Research" - Nate Bolt
"The Future of Web Design Isn't Just the Web" - Samantha Starmer
"Building HTML5 Games" - Jessie Freeman
"How to Use Scifi to Create Better Interfaces" - Nathan Shedroff
"Zombie Apocalypse of Devices Preparedness 101" - Jason Grigsby
"HTML5 + CSS3 = Your Web Design Future" - Jason Cranford Teague
Register for Workshops
Nov. 10, 2011
Urban Studio, Portland
WebVisions is collaborating with ISITE Design to offer a special discounted rate to Love at First Website for past attendees. This intimate, one-day UX conference will feature keynotes and core conversations from brands that go above and beyond in creating inspired digital experiences. The event will take place at Urban Studio, and end with a wine reception.
Save 30% on the $75 registration fee by using the WebVisions discount code: WEBVISIONS.
Find out more at http://www.isitedesign.com/love
Jan. 18-20, 2012
Hudson Hotel/Good Units
WebVisions takes the show to NYC for three days of presentations by leading web, mobile, UX, DIY and strategy experts. In addition to the event's Indie/DIY/Maker goodness, WebVisions is kicking off the premiere of the second season of IFC's "Portlandia" television series and a spotlight on all things Portland, from Stumptown Coffee to big bikes.
Find out more at http://www.webvisionsevent.com/new-york/
May 16-18, 2012
Oregon Convention Center
It's our 12th big year in Portland, and we're celebrating with a fabulous lineup of experts in web and mobile design, technology, user experience, DIY, strategy and more!
Find out more at http://www.webvisionsevent.com/portland/
Members of the following groups can receive discounted admission to WebVisions. Contact Jennifer or Brad at 503-230-2058 to inquire about groups that are not listed below:
Atlanta Content Strategy
Software Association of Oregon
American Marketing Assn
Savannah College of Art and Design
Technology Assn of Georgia (TAG)