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Web design conference in Asia returns to Manila Nov-9-10

The 2013 Form Function & Class Web Design Conference is an annual event that imparts essential knowledge to the web design community. With this year’s theme of “Professionalism & Craftsmanship”, FFC not only highlights the best practices of designing and building websites from desktop to mobile devices, but also aims to inculcate values of quality and excellence in the web design profession.

FFC will be held on November 9 and 10 in Manila and is open to web practitioners both professional and amateur. Speakers include industry leaders such as Thomas Gorissen (JSConf.Asia), Paul Burnett (Adobe), Andrei Gonzales (Hugo Manila), Levi Tan Ong (By Implication), Mica Diaz de Rivera (Sulit.com.ph), Aaron Cajes (Mozilla Philippines), and more. Topics include HTML, CSS, JS, Design, Typography, User Experience, Mobile, Game Development, Branding, Business, and more.

To register, visit http://www.pwdo.org/ffc-2013/. Tickets cost P3,000 for two days and Ph 2,500 for one day. For inquiries, contact info@pwdo.org.

Form Function & Class is organized by the Philippine Web Designers Organization (PWDO), a grassroots group of web professionals who want to create a venue for meeting and learning from the best minds in the industry. FFC is PWDO’s culminating event for the year, following a site-building hackathon for charities and non-profit organizations called Caritakathon, a Rails for Designers workshop, and the MiniFFC web designer meetups. The event is supported by De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde School of Design and Arts, Globe Telecom, Adobe, GeekMuch Shirts, UST TomasinoWeb, Ateneo GRIDS, DLS-CSB Association of Information Management, UST Junior Philippine Computer Society, Campaign Monitor, WhenInManila.com, Inquirer.net, Adobo Magazine, PortfolioMNL.com.

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