Future of Web Design 2014 Ticket Giveaway (ended)

Win a free 2-day conference pass (8 – 9 April, 2014) to the Future of Web Design London conference 2014, worth £595 (approx. $940).

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In this giveaway you can win a free 2-day conference pass to the Future of Web Design London conference in April 2014 (conference days: 8 – 9 April, 2014), worth £595 (approx. $940).

The 8th annual Future of Web Design conference is returning to the Brewery in London to bring you the very best in web design. This conference offers huge doses of inspiration from established and rising stars in the web design industry, as well as creative challenges, practical guidance, a rousing attendee party, relaxed networking opportunities, and delicious catered lunches, snacks, and coffee. Topics covered include responsive design, mobile, CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, Interaction Design, UX, and more.

The workshop day is on April 7 and the conference days are on April 8 and 9.

Here are just a few of our sessions:

The Zero Interface: Use Zero-Based Thinking To Maintain Simplicity
By Stephen Hay

Beautiful (& Responsive) Web Typography: Designing for Readability & Meaning on the Responsive Web
By Jason Pamental

UI, Animation and the Future of Interaction
By Rachel Nabors

Designing From the Ground Up: Approaching, Prioritizing, and Executing Design
By Jon Setzen

About Future of Web Design

Future of Web Design has been producing web design conferences for nearly a decade. FOWD is intimately familiar with the trends, technologies, and stars that make the web beautiful. Our two-track events mean you always have a choice — you’re not locked into one room and one track. And we record every session for all attendees, so you’ll never miss a thing. As always, content is king.

One of the two stages at FOWD London 2013
One of the two stages at FOWD London 2013
The UX panel chats about ethics, workflow, and other concerns
The UX panel chats about ethics, workflow, and other concerns
FOWD London 2013 opening keynote speaker Seb Lee-DeLisle dazzles with a mentos and coke inspired JavaScript animation
FOWD London 2013 opening keynote speaker Seb Lee-DeLisle dazzles with a mentos and coke inspired JavaScript animation
Joe Leech on how neuroscience affects the user experience
Joe Leech on how neuroscience affects the user experience
The FOWD London graffiti wall
The FOWD London graffiti wall

The Prize

The prize of this giveaway is a 2-day conference pass to the Future of Web Design London conference on April 8 and 9, 2014, worth £595 (approx. $940). Please note that the ticket does not include the workshop.

How to enter

What you have to do for a chance to win is:

  1. Leave a comment below and tell us why you’d love to attend the conference.
  2. Share this giveaway on a social network of your choice and post the link in your comment. You can also use this tweet button:

  3. Please only participate if you can really attend the conference.

    Good luck!

    This giveaway ended on February 5, 2014 at 3 p.m. GMT+0.

    The Winner

    We are very happy to announce that Christopher Cuevas won the ticket to the conference! Congratulations, Christopher, we hope you’ll enjoy it 🙂

    Thank you all for participating!

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  1. I have always wanted to attend these kinda seminars/workshops but they never happen in Greece (where i live) or they are expensive (for my budget)… So, this may be my chance! 🙂

  2. Because my dog died when he tried to eat my website. I need to learn how to prevent this..


  3. FoWD is consistently one of the best events in our industry and the speakers this year are amazing. Harry Robert’s workshop in particular would be awesome to be a part of!

  4. I’d love to be there this year. Really nice conf, in a cozy place with great speakers (Harry Roberts, i’m coming for you).

  5. Hey id like to participate because i love the web and web design but i live in a country far away from this kind of talks so this is a great oportunity for me

  6. Hey,

    I’d love to go because keeping up to date is tough in this industry. The web is undergoing a constant transformational shift in how it delivers content, and it’s a battle sometimes to stay up to date with bleeding edge developments. This conference would no doubt help in that department.

    Also Stephen Hay’s talk sounds super intriguing.


    Twitter share link: https://twitter.com/iamSMoloney/status/427783513752883200

  7. Because the Future is the place to be today 🙂 Oh, and I will be in London at that time… so it is very convenient and would make me rather happy 🙂

  8. This would really be a great learning opportunity for me..plus, the perfect motive to visit London!

  9. I’d love to see which directions the web design is going to take, in order to continue producing awesome user experiences online!

  10. I started studying wed design in 2012 after receiving a grant from a local charity , unfortunately the training centre had close last year due to uni cut backs. I am really keen about doing this type of work in my career, as I loved it at collage / uni but feel a bit lost as don’t know which way to go and have no guidance due to training centre closing 🙁 https://twitter.com/kieran_25/status/427783981761703936

  11. Learning about new technologies that would be used in the future will give me valuable insight that can connect with my work ( internet marketing and SEO) as from my perspective of view design can have big impact on site ranking not directly but indirectly, for example with improving the bounce rate etc..
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  12. WOW, that could be an adventure! I could learn about new trends, meet a lot of amazing people and then share my knowledge and experience from the FOWD conference (I’m very interested in UX panel chats, because of my profession) with local community of web designers!

  13. This would be a great occasion to gather new ideas, insights and know how on state of the art ui|ux design and how to use current and upcoming web technologies for amazing user experiences. I’d love to go to this conference.