Future of Web Design 2014 Ticket Giveaway

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’d love to attend. Such a great opportunity to travel, meet talented folks, get reenergized and inspired to make something great.

  2. It is really good to our company as we are providing these services to our customer and we should what experts thinking of the future of the Web Design

  3. Always love seeing the new web designs. The company I work for could use someone who knows how to properly design a website

  4. Amazing opportunity for all of us web designers who want to make their career boom in this feild.. my portfolio link is http://www.webdesignerandapps.com , i design websites since 2 years , I am a computer science engineer.. and i wanna improve my skills to give a better website to my clients, I would love to attend the conference

  5. I’m always willing to meet with best persons and learn new things. and how we can help to improve these amazing technologies. I look forward to to come.
    Regards..

  6. Ahaaa!! That was the moment when I turned my interest towards UX. Believe me , I even painted my home with Flat UI Colors in mind.

    Its better to Call it “Web Design , the Future” than “Future of Web Design”. Am sure this conference is going to blow my mind 🙂

    In case, if this would make me eligible for this conference, here is the tweet

    https://twitter.com/madhairsilence/status/428043697343565824

  7. Once in a lifetime opportunity. London has always been my dream destination. Get to learn about the best and newest of the web from its best and brightest. Can not even begin to explain how much I would love to win this…

  8. I’m a front end web developer, and I’d really love to be there; I love to learn and I know I have to improve my UI/animation skills, this could be an awesome opportunity for me !
    Thanks for this giveaway, I’ll keep my fingers crossed !

  9. Attending this event would not only help further my career in design and allow me gain some very valuable knowledge/insight into future trends, but it would give me the opportunity to network with some good people in the industry.

  10. <header class="header"><h1>Pick me!</h1></header>     <div class="content"><p>Hi, I'm not too bad a designer, but if I won, I would use this opportunity to sharpen up my coding skills, after all, I think designers who can code are the Future of Web Design! (see what I did there?)</p></div><!--formatted-->

  11. It’s too close not to go but too much out of my budget to afford sadly.
    As a freelancer, I’d love to be at the biggest and best conference to see the benefits of spending that kind of money so I could attend in the future.

  12. I would love to attend this to learn and get inspired! I would like to meet some of the top minds in the industry and see some excellent and informative presentations 🙂 For a young web designer who is still learning and developing my skills, this is a great opportunity to to gain some great insights and knowledge. That is not all, it will be a conference full of web geeks, just like me, who are my favourite kind of people 😉 It will be great!

  13. I’m half way through my first year in the Web Design industry and loving it. Would love the opportunity to learn from top class professionals and meet more people in the industry. Plus I’ve never been to a Web conference, so why not start with the best!

  14. It’s an excellent chance to attend one of the most exciting conferences and learn, get inspired and fill my creativity compartments . I would not be able to afford it without the giveaway. It’s an exciting possibility to be there!

  15. I am a web designer who would value the opportunity to attend the conference.
    I like to mix with people who believe they can see into the future and aren’t heavily sedated on a regular basis.
    I have a new beard which will be less new and more beardy by April.

  16. It’d be super duper to immerse myself in the Future of Web Design 2014 – like minded folk, creativity and expertise sharing!

  17. I would love to attend this event because this will be my first ever event like this and I would like to learn more about it. I already have attended various events around the world but not the one like this and I will be really glad to learn more by meeting , sharing and getting more inspired with all participants. Thanks to organizer for creating such events and you guys for providing giveaway tickets.
    https://twitter.com/saurabhshah/status/428147957037137920

  18. Hello !
    I’m the Alexis Walravens‘ friend from this post !
    As he said, I’m in my last year at a webdesign & webdevelopment school and we would like to launch our business when I get my Bachelor.
    It would be really interesting to assist this wonderful conferences, but 595£ for Alexis’ ticket (because he finished school) is too expensive, so we can’t go to London, unless we win a ticket ? 🙂

  19. I have never attend any international conference and this would be a great opportunity for me to connect with some awesome people from the industry. No matter the outcome, thanks as always for this giveaway.

    My tweet

  20. I’ve been a Web Developer since 1998. I love all things Web Design related and I’m excited about the future of front end development. We have such a wealth of cool tools that simply weren’t available a short time ago. This is an exciting time to be a web developer.
    I would love to attend this conference if I had the funds.

  21. Nice back-linking and seo approach as I see. But idea? Fighting for 2 tickets in way of saying who is more ‘worthy’ in comments (by poor webdesigners) – pathetic.. Really sad when I’m reading this 🙁
    Shame on You tympanus shame on You. Yes You can give ‘free’ but not this way..
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  22. Id love to be there because Ive been freelance designer for over 10 years now and im 100% self taught, It would be wonderful to have the opportunity to questions the leaders in the industry face to face, and learn. Besides…how many designers will you get attending from the Yukon?

    Heres the contest link on my twitter account

  23. I really wish I could attend this conference as being a prospective web developer I’ve never been to one before. Being an HNC Web Dev student this would be an inspiring and educational experience I couldn’t otherwise afford before graduating and getting a job. Many thanks for the opportunity!

    Twitter link