...Webstock 2011, didn’t you know? It’s so good, alliteration has been used to describe the event: Bigger. Brighter. Better.
Webstock 2011 is set to take place in Wellington from 14-18 February and features industry leaders and kick-ass speakers talking on topics such as accessibility, web standards, usability and other best practices.
The Idealog-sponsored event consists of three days of intimate hands-on workshops with industry leaders, followed by two days of action packed, talent-laden, 26-session conference proper. And if you attend the main conference, you’ll receive a pretty discount on workshop prices. Workshop topics include ‘How to make information beautiful’, by David McCandless and ‘Web Typography and you’, by Jason Santa Maria. Check out the full workshop timetable HERE and the full list of speakers HERE.
So to fill up on the best and most inspiring web design, make sure you REGISTER.
ONYA Awards—February 19
As part of the Webstock extravaganza, the ONYA Awards will be dished out, celebrating those who design, develop and create New Zealand's best websites and applications. And sponsoring what might well be the coolest category of the awards—‘Most Innovative’—is Design Daily’s older brother, Idealog. Acting as MC once again for next year’s event is Russell Brown.
Entries for the ONYAs close soon on Monday November 15, and if you fancy yourself as a dab hand in web design, you can enter HERE.
Webstock: The trailer...it's back.Webstock 2011 - the trailer
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