I’m going to write about the FFC, I promise…

…But in the meantime: Go register for our MiniFFC next Thursday (beer! pizza! FFC tickets!) and the big FFC next September (workshops! networking! goodies! afterparty!) and read Mae’s post, ‘cause if both our blogs were on Tumblr I’d be reblogging the heck out of it and adding a ton of applause/THIS/bless this post images below. I want to see it get over its rebellious teenage stage, quit its cocaine sniffing […]

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Screen: Macbeth

The extended run of Screen: Macbeth is from March 11-13. It’s a shame that there aren’t more tickets because this is a must-see, must-experience. The production merges live performance with film and draws on traditional shadow theater to create a world where Shakespeare’s poetic language meets with a heightened visual environment. It responds to the quest for a contemporary analogue to the supernatural and finds it onscreen. Screen: Macbeth turns […]

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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: […]

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form function & class and the Philippine Web Designers Organization

Websites for <form> function() & .class, the first web design conference in the Philippines and Asia, and the Philippine Web Designers Organization (PWDO) are now up. Visit the site, register for the big event on July 10, and spread the word!

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3rd Mini Web Design Conference: speakers, sponsors, sketchnotes!

The Philippine Web Designers Organization held another successful <form> function() & .class Mini Web Design Conference last January 22, and we’re really thankful for everybody who supported us once more. Speakers It was a full roster again for the night, and it’s amazing how topics remain fresh and diverse each time. See if you can match the images above to the talks below:

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2nd Mini Web Design Conference & Blue Beanie Day

November 27 and 28 are two more significant dates in the web design scene, so be sure to participate! 2nd Mini Web Design Conference Update: Download the slides for the presentations here. The <form> function() & .class mini web design conference series is on its second leg and will be held tomorrow, November 27th. Same time (6:00pm), same place (G2VC TechBar, Exist, Orient Square), with a new mix of topics […]

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The first Mini Web Design Conference is the first step

I’d like to thank everyone who organized, sponsored, and attended our first Mini Web Design Conference, last October 30. I can’t believe our fledgling group (kudos to Mae, Marie, JP, Helga, Aja, Regnard, Sarah, Kaffee!) pulled off something like it, and that there were other people who were excited about supporting the event. It’s finally happening! Things are taking shape! And this mini conference is the first step. But first, […]

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CEL Manila 2008

Consumer Electronics Live! 2008 was disappointing. From its buggy, uninformative Flash-based website to a sparse SMX Exhibit Hall (it wasn’t even the last day!), this was another sign that modernity in this third world country is too brittle, too shallow at this point.

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You’re invited to a mini web design conference!

Date has been moved to October 30. Same time, same place. If you want to be a speaker, let us know your topic! We’re going to hold a mini web design conference on October 30 October 31 at the G2VC Tech Bar in Ortigas, 6:00pm—and you’re invited! Aside from the big event we’re planning—which actually has a cool, geeky name now! see logo!—we wanted to hold a mini event that’s […]

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Design + code + words for a better web, made in the Philippines by Sophia Lucero.