So register now!
If you’ve seen my updated Twitter bio lately, it reads like that. Here’s a little more context behind it.
“You will not concede me philosophical poetry. Invert the order! Will you give me poetical philosophy, poetical science?” Ada Lovelace in a letter to her mother
Six years into this crazy, bumpy ride that is the Philippine Web Designers Organization and the quest to create a web design conference in this country, we’re actually still here! And holding the 5th <form> function() & .class already!
I’ll put the blathering on hold until after the event. CLICK, REGISTER, NOW! Our annual web design conference is on November 9-10 at the Benilde SDA Campus. The rest of the info is listed on the page. There are 2 contests where you can win a ticket (ends October 22), and an Early Bird rate (ends October 26).
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: […]
An unapologetic, uncensored list of lessons learned from the <form> function() & class Philippine Web Design Conference last July 10 at the Asian Institute of Management, Makati—because if we have to figure out how we can improve next time, we might as well start with ourselves.
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!
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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Design + code + words for a better web, made in the Philippines by Sophia Lucero.