Form Function & Class Mini Web Design Conference on November 14

Update (01/05/10): Slides are up.

Year 2, here we go!

The <form> function & class mini web design conference season is back in full swing and the first one is happening on Saturday, November 14, in Rm. 409, Benilde Building, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) from 1:00-4:00 pm. Brought to you by the Philippine Web Designers Organization and the Association of Information Management of DLS-CSB.

For the uninitiated: Unlike the annual conference, The FFC Mini Web Design Conferences are small, informal gatherings held every other month, where anybody can talk and learn about web design. For free.

Register now!

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  1. I attended this conference, and I really am very disappointed.
    The title says <form>, function() & .class mini web design conference.
    as a web developer, I see it like this:

    <form> – HTML/XHTML would be discussed
    function – Javascript
    .class – CSS

    If I am right.

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    • The goal of the Form Function & Class Mini Web Design Conferences is to discuss more specialized topics in an informal setting, as opposed to the big conference where we try to cover all the bases. Plus, it’s BarCamp style, meaning the floor is open to anyone who wants to talk.

      As web designers and developers we have a lot of ground to cover, not just HTML, CSS, & JavaScript. If you read the past blog posts about the other mini conferences, you’ll see what I’m talking about.

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