June 25, 2014 / Melissa Faudree

If you are interested in continuing your knowledge and skills in both web and design, take a look at some of these conferences that will take place this summer and fall.

1. An Event Apart

An Event Apart is a conference for web designers and developers. Each conference offers something different for everyone. There will be three conferences this summer and two this fall.

Date/location:

  • Washington DC July 21-23, 2014;
  • Chicago August 25-27;
  • Austin September 22-24, 2014;
  • Orlando October 27-29;
  • San Francisco November 17-19

Price: $995.00 Conference Pass

2. TypeCon2014

TypeCon conference focuses on the study, promotion and support of typography. The Society of Typographic Aficionados presents TypeCon; SOTA is an international non-profit organization.

Location: Washington, DC
Date: July 30 – August 3
Price: $310

3. UX Week

UX Week is an event that offers daily workshops and skill building. The conference will have a variety of guest speakers such as author, Ken Jennings and Amanda Dameron, the editor-in-chef at Dwell. The conference will explore UX designers and also learn how to draw blueprints of user interactions.

Location: Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco, CA
Date: September 9 – 12
Price: Early Bird Round 4 Price: $2,595 (until June 30th); Regular Price $2,795

4. WebVisions

WebVisions is an annual conference that will explore design, new technology, user experience, future of web, mobile design, and digital media.

Location: Siskel Film Center, Chicago, IL
Date: September 25 & 26
Price: $275 Early Bird Two-Day Pass

5. OFFF Cincinnati 2014

OFFF Cincinnati is an event based off the Barcelona OFFF festival. The event brings artists and designers from around the world. The conference discusses and explores graphics, coders, illustrators, and technology with many guest speakers.

Location: Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
Date: Thursday, July 24th from 9:00 – 6:00
Price: $50 professionals/$30 students

 
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