The design conference for people who make websites.
An Event Apart San Francisco is an intensely educational learning session 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. Join us for twelve great speakers and sessions, plus an optional day-long workshop on multi-device web design.
We're still working on the schedule (follow us on Twitter for announcements), but in the meantime we can tell you that committed speakers include: Luke Wroblewski, Jeremy Keith, Karen McGrane, Ethan Marcotte, Jared Spool, Eric Meyer, Jeffrey Zeldman, Chris Coyier, Erika Hall, Mike Monteiro
AEA San Francisco will be held at The Palace Hotel, which has arranged special room rates for An Event Apart attendees. Full Details
General on-site registration for badge pick-up takes place on the afternoon before the first day, and throughout the event.
Leave the brown bag at home! Breakfast, a hot lunch and snacks on both days, access to all parties, and a bag of swag are all included with your conference registration.
The VenueThe Palace Hotel 639 Market St San Francisco, CA 94105
The Palace Hotel has arranged special room rates for An Event Apart attendees: just $269/night for a single or double. Call (415) 512-1111 and request the “An Event Apart special rate.” Limited rooms are available at this rate, so don’t delay.
Centrally located downtown on Market Street, adjacent to the Financial District, The Palace Hotel is within walking distance of Union Square, the cable cars, the Embarcadero, Chinatown, AT&T Park, Yerba Buena Park, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Theater District. North Beach and San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park are also nearby, along with award-winning restaurants.
Openlist says: “recommended by Gayot.com (it’s on their Top 10 list for Business Hotels), Fodor’s (it’s one of their hotel ‘Picks’), and seasoned travelers, who rate it 4-and-one-half stars.” Best of all, it’s the site of the conference. You can walk out of your room and into the show!