Just a Few Early Bird Tickets Left!
We hope you can join us for ARTIFACT East: a conference dedicated to helping you adapt to the challenge of multi-device design. We’ve brought together an amazing group of speakers in the historic Biltmore Hotel in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. Don’t miss out on great Early Bird pricing!
Our ARTIFACT mailing list had first crack at the Early Bird tickets, but we wanted to let E4H subscribers know, too. Please forward this email to anyone you think might be interested. You and your team will meet some of the Web’s experts—including Ethan Marcotte
, author of Responsive Web Design
—as they share the tools and techniques they use to create new, more responsive workflows.
Your ARTIFACT ticket includes:
- Admission to the two-day conference, including keynotes, sessions, and panels;
- Continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks throughout the day; and
- Admission to the Check-In Reception, Monday night Happy Hour, and Tuesday night Happy Hour!
Two-Day Single-Track Conference > November 4 & 5, 2013
This is your chance to focus on the design process—how you do your creative work and how you communicate those ideas to clients, stakeholders, and developers. See real world examples of responsive workflows, prototyping strategies, new tools, and deliverables and decide which ones will help YOU adapt.
New Workshops Added
Add a third day with one of our workshops on Wednesday, November 6! In addition to the popular Build Responsively, Designing for Touch and Responsive Design full-day workshops, we’ve added two half-day workshops: Introduction to Sass & Compass with Matt Griffin and CSS Animations with Val Head.
Workshops also include breakfast, lunch, and snacks throughout the day. This is a great opportunity for in-depth explorations of techniques and strategies that work for the modern web.
Great Rates on the Conference Hotel
The Providence Biltmore is the site of our conference, but we’ve arranged for a great rate on rooms, too! Reserve your Junior Suite now for only $117 per night.
Reserve Your Hotel Room
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