The Best Event in Web Design in Just 5 Days!

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The countdown is on for the best web design event of the year. The first installment of the HOW Interactive Design Conference, in Washington, D.C. is just five days away!

If you’re a designer who does any amount of web design—from the occasional email to entire websites or apps—you need to be here September 3-5.

What Can You Expect at HIDC


Get career advice from web design mogul Geoff Teehan, a survivor of the dotcom fall out. Let Christopher Butler walk you through a sticky web project. Receive portfolio feedback from Dan Hon. Excited yet?

HOW Interactive Design Conference is the only web event tailored to the needs of the evolving designer.

Gone are the days of throwing comps over the proverbial wall to a developer – now more than ever it’s time to evolve our interactive skill sets and collaborate with developers in the field.

Spend some time with “your people.” Meet and learn from experts spanning responsive design to content strategy. These working industry leaders have worked on interactive design projects for Google, Zappos, Facebook and more. You’ll also get the chance to talk web design with hundreds of fellow designers who are invested in the same issues and design-related problems you are.


Proven event excellence. Hosted by the team behind HOW Design Live, HIDC combines design inspiration and relaxed networking with lots of practical web-design strategy.


  1. Whether you register for the full three days or choose a one-day pass, you’ll receive video recordings of almost every session throughout the entire conference. That way you can relive those a-ha moments, or experience the sessions you missed, after you get home.

  2. Included in your registration, you’ll get access to HOW University’s most popular online courses after the conference.

  3. While spaces last, you can sign up for FREE one-on-one coaching sessions with speakers. And more.

It’s not too late to get to D.C. for one, two or three days of web design education and creative rejuvenation.