“The most focused, useful, practical conference I’ve ever attended.”
City after city, show after show, An Event Apart is the one web design conference where groundbreaking techniques break first.
It’s where mission-critical techniques are mastered, and new ideas become industry-wide best practices.
“I learned more in two days than a year in college.”
An Event Apart brings together twelve of the leading minds in web design and development for two days of inspiration and enlightenment, plus an optional “A Day Apart” third day focused on a single, essential topic. Each conference session builds on the one before it; each topic is essential to the practice of modern web design and development.
AEA blends a multi-disciplinary focus with a sharply focused, single-track curriculum. Whether you’re a designer, developer, strategist, or client, you’ll all learn in the same room at the same time, sharing the same revelatory ideas with your peers.
Live at An Event Apart
In this sixty-minute video captured live at An Event Apart Austin, Chris Coyier (CSS-Tricks.com, Codepen) explains why “preprocessing is for everybody”—even control-freak designer-developers.
In this 60-minute video caught live at An Event Apart Austin 2013, Jared M. Spool explains why “It’s a Great Time To Be A UX Designer.”
“Most conferences have two or three good sessions. An Event Apart was two days of sheer brilliance.”
Founded by world CSS authority Eric Meyer and “godfather of web standards” Jeffrey Zeldman, An Event Apart is dedicated to the proposition that the creators of great web experiences deserve a great learning experience. Whether it’s your first web conference or hundredth, you’ve never experienced an event like this. Maybe that’s why every AEA event for the past four years has sold out well in advance.
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