I’m pleased to announce AdPulp’s media partnership with WebVisions ’09, an important conference for the digerati and the City of Roses.
WebVisions explores the future of web design, technology, user experience and business strategy. The conference started in 2001 and is now in its 9th year of bringing the leading visionaries of the web to Portland, Oregon.
Schedule and Speakers
WebVisions takes place from May 20-22 at the Oregon Convention Center.
The conference features over 50 speakers including Mark Frauenfelder of BoingBoing.net, Jared Spool, Indi Young of Adaptive Path, Jeff Croft of Blue Flavor, search engine guru Vanessa Fox, Molly Holzschlag of Molly.com, Chris Pirillo, Armin Vit of UnderConsideration and many more. See the full list of speakers and the three day schedule for more information.
Half-day workshops with leading experts are priced at only $375 each. Choose from some of the following:
- “Mental Models” with Indi Young
- “CSS Spackle Day” with Molly Holzschlag
- “Good Design Faster” with Leah Buley
- “Paper Prototyping” with Justin Garrity
- “Tips for Using Search Engine Tools to Increase Site Traffic” with Vanessa Fox
- “Designing for Content Rich Sites” with Jared Spool
- “Designing with Patterns” with Bill Scott
- “From PSD to XHTML+CSS 4TW!” with Christopher Schmitt
- “Making Ideas Stick” with Dave Yewman
- “Performance Optimization for Web and Mobile” with Jason Grigsby and John Keith
View more workshop details here.
Event Registration and Rates
Early Bird conference passes are $195, but we have a special price of $170 for members of our partner associations or $125 for students. Partner associations include AIGA (Portland, Seattle, San Francisco or Chicago), CHIFOO, DevGroup NW, Internet Strategy Forum, Oregon Media Production Ass’n, SEMpdx and W3C.
The Early Bird rates end on March 31st so register online now to save money.
Web Visions Warm Up Tonight
Tonight in Portland, Adam Ware of SwellPath Interactive is speaking on “Beyond the Pageview: What’s Going On with Your Dynamic Content?” as part of a DevGroup NW series.
His session will examine good and bad ways to integrate web analytics tracking beginning in the design phase, and how doing so can benefit designers and developers as much as it benefits marketers. He will discuss how visitors are interacting with a site, and how one can use that knowledge to drive design and development decisions.