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Taking A Closer Look At Tech Conferences: The Nitty Gritty Details (A Study)

As I was flying back from the Smashing Conference in New York, I wondered whether it was a success. This wasn’t an original thought. We are always wondering what makes a conference good and what elements will make industry workers stay away.

Taking A Closer Look At Tech Conferences: The Nitty Gritty Details (A Study)

Good and bad are such subjective terms, though, with almost as many expectations as there are attendees. We decided that just looking at the numbers instead might be a good idea. This article will not present best practices for planning a conference, but rather will look at how it’s actually done most of the time. While this is not a guide to putting together the perfect conference, it gives a good overview of what seems to work and which elements are so unpredictable that they do not serve as reliable guidelines.

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Jun. 2014 – Dec. 2014)

This year has brought a number of changes in the conference scene around the world. Quite a few established conferences have taken their last bow, and a whole bunch of new conferences have appeared — and I'm not just talking about the Smashing conferences! There's even a conference for developing applications of the not-yet-released Google Glass.

Upcoming Web Design Events (Jun. 2014 – Dec. 2014)

Many exciting conferences have already featured some of the industry's most illustrious speakers in the first half of 2014, however, there are quite a few more to come! Take a look at today's round-up of conferences taking place this year from June onwards, and remember, since most events are a bit light on the design aspect, it may be a good idea to visit those conferences that focus specifically on visual and artistic technologies.

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Jan. 2014 – Jun. 2014)

2013 has come and gone, delighting us with a plethora of inspirational, educational and fun conferences. You should start planning 2014 right now to make sure that you don't miss your chance to get away from your desk and meet some brilliant minds and peers — face to face!

Upcoming Web Design Events (Jan. 2014 – Jun. 2014)

In this roundup of conferences, we are happy to present you all of the upcoming Web-related conferences, starting from January. This might be just the time to get a ticket to conferences in warmer climes! For now, we've included conferences up to June, so make sure you don’t miss your favorite one.

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Sept. 2013 – Feb. 2014)

This year has already offered us lots of fantastic Web conferences and events, and guess what, it still hasn’t come to an end! You can continue to plan ahead and make sure that you don’t miss your chance to get away from your desk and meet some brilliant minds and peers — face to face!

Nodeland Conference 2013

In this roundup of conferences, we are more than happy to present to you all the upcoming Web-related conferences. We start with September (which is actually just around the corner) but nevertheless, there still might be a chance for you to grab that ticket!

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Typographic Design Patterns And Current Practices (2013 Edition)

Good typography has always been a defining aspect of effective Web design, and this holds true especially for websites in which the emphasis is on presenting a large amount of content — specifically, articles, news and stories.

Typographic Design Patterns And Current Practices

Whether for a magazine or international newspaper, the designer of any website that distributes a lot of content has always had to consider typographic details as seriously and thoroughly as a print designer would. In 2009, we conducted a survey of then current typographic practices. Since then, responsive design techniques have clearly gained momentum and established their place in the landscape of CSS layout.

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Mar. 2013 – Oct. 2013)

A Web developer is never through with learning new skills. So many new techniques crop up over a year, that keeping up to date can be quite challenging, especially with the usual workload Web developers have on their plates.

Upcoming Web Design Events (Mar. 2013 – Oct. 2013)

An enjoyable, speedy way to find out about all the new developments of the year, is to visit Web design and development conferences and workshops. These events not only deliver a huge load of information in a short period of time, they're also great for networking with like-minded professionals.

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