Generate – the conference for web designers and developers, brought to you by net magazine – is returning to London for the fourth year running on 21-23 September 2016.
The two-day, one-track conference element boasts 16 industry-leading speakers, and for the first time will be preceded by a day of hands-on workshops. This year, we also have brand new location: the Royal Institution, home of The Christmas Lectures. The Institution has promoted science and discovery for centuries, so is the perfect backdrop to boost your learning.
Pick up your early bird ticket now
Early bird tickets for are on sale right now. You can save £100 on a three-day pass (normally £595), or £100 on a two-day conference-only ticket (normally £395). These will be on sale until 2 June, so pick yours up now!
As always, there's a tip-top bunch of speakers lined up to cover the cutting-edge techniques, ideas and processes in the industry at the moment.
Keynote Bruce Lawson will kick off the event by explaining that WWW does not stand for wealthy Westerners' web, and show you how to bring your brands to new markets in Asia and Africa. Rachel Ilan Simpson will also touch on the topic in her talk on 'designing for our next billion users'.
Jeff Veen, another keynote, will share advice gleaned from two decades leading the teams behind some of the world's top digital products to explore how to craft a creative culture in a business.
For the first time this year, the Generate will also be presenting a full day of hands-on workshops, which will take place on 21 September. Learn how to sketch interfaces with Eva-Lotta Lamm, find out why data is Dawsome with Brendan Dawes, join Micah Godbolt to explore design systems, or discover the secret to building a profitable design business with Brad Weaver.
All in all, it's shaping up to be the best Generate London yet, and there's still more speakers and news to be announced! Keep an eye on the net Twitter feed for more information as it's released, and make sure you grab your tickets before the early bird prices run out.