Hey Midwest Interactive Designers!
Do you know the must-see midwest interactive event of the year is happening right in your backyard?
That’s right: Print Mag’s sister brand, HOW, is bringing the best in the web design industry – HOW Interactive Design Conference – to the windy city for three days of fresh programming.
Diversify Your Design + Adapt Your Craft
Are you a self-taught interactive designer? Or, are you trying to break into digital design? Are you a graphic designer who dabbles in interactive when client needs warrant it? Whether you’re new to the interactive space or well on your way to being a web design all-star, this conference is for you.
Why? Because the HOW Interactive Design Conference Nov. 5 – 7 in Chicago is completely focused on the designer and the design process – making it an absolute stand out event.
We’ve gathered some of the very best design minds in the biz under one roof – Cameron Moll, Chris Converse, James Victore – to give you the shot-in-the-arm you want and the new skills you need.
Want some more convincing?
Authentic Jobs founder and prolific web designer Cameron Moll weighs in on why he trusts HOW:
My career began almost exclusively in web design back in the late 90s, and yet I found myself regularly pouring over the pages of HOW Magazine, a publication devoted largely to graphic design at the time.
I found few resources to be as valuable and inspiring as the outstanding design work I found in every issue of HOW, and I credit HOW for shaping the way I think as a designer today.
Fast-forward to 2013, and the importance of HOW remains unchanged in the design industry. What has changed, however, is the need to adapt to the growing influence of digital design. The incredible team at HOW stands ready to help you adapt, and the HOW Interactive Design Conference offers you the tools, resources, speakers, and networking to make it happen.
Cameron Moll at HOW Interactive Conference
It shouldn’t come as a surprise, then, that my presentation at HIDC is about adaptation. Screens and devices are becoming more ubiquitous and more essential to everyday life, and adapting our content to these screens and devices is vital to the survival of every organization. I’ll help you adapt by offering some dos and don’ts for successful cross-screen design, and I’ll share examples from teams big and small who are successfully adapting to the rapidly changing world of digital design.