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Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference

If you missed out on South by South West this year (like me) and are looking for a good conference to go to you may want to consider Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference. There are some great speakers lined up such as Jesse James Garrett and Steve Krug.

The Voices That Matter team contacted me about going and also wanted to provide an offer to readers of this blog for early bird registration. See the details below:

New Riders’ Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference, now in its fourth consecutive year, will take place June 28-29 in San Francisco and the timing couldn’t be better! Web design is undergoing an historic transformation: while the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript haven’t changed, the new and evolving functionality in the HTML5 and CSS3 specs, the number of new ways in which people access the Web, and the rise of social media mean that Web designers need to know more than ever.

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet face-to-face with industry greats and discuss Web design’s most critical topics! We’ll open with a keynote address from Jesse James Garrett, author of The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and close with a keynote address delivered by Steve Krug, author of the well known book Don’t Make Me Think and the brand new book Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability Problems. From start to finish this conference will blow you away.

SPECIAL SAVINGS! As someone that reads this blog, you can save $150 off the conference fee by providing priority code WBNBLGA when registering. Register before May 14th and save $250 as this $100 discount is combined with the early bird pricing!

If you plan on going let me know so that I can plan to say hello and thank you for being a reader of this blog!

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