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If you’ve seen my updated Twitter bio lately, it reads like that. Here’s a little more context behind it.
The 7th Form Function & Class conference will be held on October 22 to 23, 2016 at the Hive Hotel in Quezon City, and you’re cordially invited to be part of it!
This year’s FFC6 turns last year’s theme on its head and focuses on the “evils” and “villains” in design that need to be eliminated, all while sporting a new logo and original typeface. Design may be super-hot right now, but a lot of misconceptions and bad habits remain, so FFC6 is our battlecry to rally against those things in a sort of Rebel Alliance-y, Mockingjay-esque fashion. If you believe in […]
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!
Social media is not as easy or brainless as you think it is. Especially when you’ve spent a fair amount of time on it for things that you’re really passionate about. The more you use it, the more you want the workflow—the experience—to be better.
To use Ely’s term, it was a very intimate setup at Commune for the January 2014 MiniFFC web design meetup. Rina covered the essential factors in dealing with clients, pricing, growing your business, and picking out work for your portfolio. You can download the slides by clicking above. For more in-depth training about this, there’s the Going Pro workshop series happening this March. Chard gave an overview of mobile app […]
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).
This thank you letter sums up the essence of Caritakathon and our take as organizers of the event. We hope that’s what all the participants took away from it as well. For our first time organizing a 2-day hackathon, which is almost as major as putting together a 2-day web design conference (if not more so, since people stayed overnight) we did a pretty good job! When the teams presented the […]
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Design + code + words for a better web, made in the Philippines by Sophia Lucero.