We decided to put together a somewhat different list of inspiring websites. We’re featuring upcoming design, artistic and development related events and conferences websites. The idea is not only to show you ‘beautiful and well designed’ websites but also conferences, talks and places where you can go to get inspiration and to meet people. From UX workshops to Arts Festival and New Adventures in Web Design, you will see inspiring websites and even more inspiring events to renew your ideas and networking. Hope you enjoy.
Hull’s very own digital & technology conference is back!
Craft returns to the forefront of creative consciousness this October. Featuring 14 remarkable individuals, Crafty will explore the artistry and process behind disciplines from design to art, fashion to film and advertising to specialized print techniques.
An interactive conference with lots of Q&A in beautiful Lake Tahoe.
This workshop gives an outstanding introduction to the world of web user experience design. By learning both the basic theory and practical applications of usability, information architecture and interaction design, you’ll learn how to make websites your users love and your company will profit from.
The New Zealand International Arts Festival is a biennial multi-arts festival held in the capital city, Wellington. It is New Zealand’s premier and largest cultural event and celebrates the best arts entertainment from around the world and within New Zealand.
Technique is a unique event – for 48-hours it’s nothing but eat, drink and code (sleep is optional). You’ll get expert technical training, explore emerging technologies and develop new, efficient approaches to working.
An Event Apart is an intensely educational two-day conference for passionate practitioners of standards-based web design. If you care about code as well as content, usability as well as design, An Event Apart is the conference you’ve been waiting for.
UX London is a unique three-day event combining inspirational talks with in-depth workshops presented by some of the industry’s biggest names.
A first-ever multi-location event experience throughout Greater Boston. The freshest thinkers in marketing, media and technology.
Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange
Central European gathering of web enthusiasts.
TEDxAthens seeks to develop and leverage the TED experience at a regional level, bringing together innovators and inspirational speakers in Athens, Greece.
The Combine 2010 is bringing together movers and shakers in creativity, community, culture, capital and code from across the country. Learn, network and be inspired.
The idea is a simple one. That people who Do things, can inspire the rest of us to go and Do things too.
This is a unique web design event taking place in Nottingham. In the middle of England. In bleak midwinter.
Build is a small, yet perfectly formed, boutique design conference where interesting, talented web practitioners from all over the world come to share ideas, techniques and inspiration. Some are on stage; some are in the audience.
To keep you ahead of the curve, Web Directions USA features leading web practitioners, bringing you the freshest technologies, techniques and know-how.
Amped is the hack-day, reloaded: high energy, diversity, and breaking the hacker stereotype. If geeks are the new rockstars, then Amped is our Lollapalooza. And even better, thanks to our partners, Amped is free!
TechCrunch Disrupt is a three-day, single-track conference and startup competition to immerse you in the debate about what’s changing in technology right now, what’s causing it and what we need to do about it to survive and thrive in real time.
Mashable and 92Y present a summit of today’s most inspirational and promising leaders discussing effective ways in which new media can help address the world’s challenges.
Since 1997, we’ve helped thousands of Web designers learn what they need to know to make better web sites, manage web projects, and get home at a decent hour.
FITC has produced events over 30 events since 2002, with over 15,000 attendees through 18 cities around the world. Based and starting in Toronto, we have done events in Amsterdam, Tokyo, San Francisco, Chicago, Seoul, New York, Los Angeles, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Vancouver, and Montreal. From Flash to Motion Design, FLEX to AIR, Mobile and more, FITC events each stand as unique and exciting experiences that inspire, educate and challenge.
The Future of Web Apps is a conference for web developers and entrepreneurs. You’ll learn about cutting-edge tech and exciting new ideas.
Are You An Entrepreneur Inside? StartupDay 2010 is the conference for pre-entrepreneurs interested in founding or joining a tech startup. Learn what’s important for creating a tech business from scratch.
The London Design Festival is a nine-day celebration of design in the world’s creative capital. The Festival is a platform for the widest spectrum of design disciplines, brought together as a unique and accessible programme.
EECI is back at its European birthplace and better than ever! Packed with internationally renowned speakers, a brand new programme and lots of social events, EECI is bringing the best of the community to Leiden.
IDEA: Information Design Experience Access
A global, interconnected network of people and information is emerging faster than many of us have time to understand.
“Gain” is the premier biennial event for business and design leaders.
Brooklyn Beta is a collaboration between Analog and Fictive Kin. We want to be the friendliest web conference you’ve ever attended.
The Web Developers Conference is now building up to its 4th event, WDC2010. As always we’re putting together a great lineup of speakers that will both educate and inspire.
The Future of Web Design is coming back to New York in 2010. The newly revitalised event has evolved into a beautiful three full days of essential web learning. A full day conference followed by 2 solid days of in depth workshops, all taught by the best in the industry.
ExpressionEngine Camp is a community-powered conference on October 22nd. Learn best practices or share tips about creating web sites with our favorite CMS.
Note: I will be attending Web Directions USA, in case you wanna meet up. 🙂