Whether you learned how to generate a banner for your personal blog in GIMP in 2007 or you’re trying to develop your start-up’s first landing page, or your journal is full of HTML tags, web design events are a wonderful opportunity to learn from beginners and experts alike.
Even more luckily, we get to work with the people who organise them every day and continue to learn from the innovative ways that they not only make their events stand out from the crowd, but from the new approaches and processes that get showcased at their conferences.
Below, you’ll find three upcoming web design events that have caught our eye:
Ah, Berlin. Home to the Ampleman, Alexanderplatz, and beyond tellerrand.
Last year, this event sold out months ahead of the event, so I wanted to include it and give you a chance to pencil in the on-sale date ahead of time.
Hosted by Marc Thiele and co., beyond tellerrand is an immersive experience for developers and designers alike. For the most creatively minded of you, there’s a full day letterpress printing workshop included.
Speakers and attendees alike regularly write about how fulfilling and unique beyond tellerrand is as an experience, explaining that the organizer “bends over backwards to make the event something special.”
Tickets go on sale at 12am CEST on April 10th.
Dates: November 5th-7th, 2018
Full Stack Fest is one (1) week long, meaning you certainly get a bang for your euro.
However, if you’re a web designer, the Frontend Ticket will be the most interesting for you. This covers days three and four.
That said, there is a gap day, so Codegram have graciously provided respite for those who want to take in the backend festivities also. The conference itself is language-agnostic and aims to pull people “towards a decentralized web.”
Their Super Early Bird tickets are on sale now, meaning you have plenty of time to plan your post-conference intentions to soak up the September sun in Barcelona.
Dates: September 3rd-7th, 2018
This year the conference is, coincidentally, 10 years old. As its name would suggest, UX London focuses on UX. To add some spice, they celebrate the industry by hosting speakers (like the VP of Design Education at InVision and a Design Lead from Microsoft) in the morning, and hands-on workshops in the afternoon.
Hosted by Clearleft, the conference takes place over two days and sets the scene for the year’s trends in web design.
The remaining tickets are on sale now.
Dates: May 23rd-25th, 2018.
While we (and hopefully you) love web design events, they’re not the only ones we write about. If you’d like to be considered for inclusion on one of our weekly round-ups like this, you can contact maria [at] tito [dot] io.