Announcing New Speakers for FOWD New York 2013

By: Future Insights Events  08/07/2013
Keywords: conference, event

Here at Future Insights we aim to bring you the best up-to-date web design content and we think we’re on track to do that at FOWD this year. This week I’m really excited to have confirmed these speakers for the main stage, who will be delivering their fresh, up-to-the-minute tips, tricks and web wisdom to help make your web designs fly: Mike Kus Talented designer and illustrator Mike will be sharing his inspiring ideas on weaving stories into design to create the brand and company personas we all love. Speaking on Tue Oct 8 Val Head A designer obsessed with type and code, Val also co-founded Web Design Day in Pittsburgh. Hugely knowledgeable about all things CSS, Val will be showing us how to bring CSS to life with animations and 3D transforms. Speaking on Tue Oct 8 Joe Leech Coming all the way from the UK to join us in NYC, Joe is the king of UX and will help us understand how we can use psychology to create better user experiences, as well as sharing his predictions for the future. Speaking on Tue Oct 8 Steve Fisher We welcome back to FOWD sought-after speaker, experienced designer and Republic of Quality founder Steve. He’ll be helping us understand the human side of the responsive discovery process. Speaking on Wed Oct 9 Jen Simmons We’re delighted to welcome Jen to FOWD for the first time. Describing herself as “a designer who builds stuff too”, Jen is best known as the host of The Web Ahead. She’ll be empowering us to smash down conventional barriers with HTML5 and redefine the web page as we know it. Speaking on Wed Oct 9 Check our our schedule page for more details about the fantastic sessions and workshops on offer at this year's event. Look out for some more speaker announcements in the coming weeks. Don’t forget, you can still pick up Early Bird tickets for a limited time only - what a bargain! We can’t wait to see you at FOWD!

Keywords: conference, event

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