Generate London Flash Sale: Get 50% off tickets today only!

For the next 24 hours only, you can save 50% on tickets to Generate London, the leading conference for web designers and developers.

A limited number of Generate London flash sale tickets have been released, with a massive 50 per cent off for today (Thursday 4 August) only. 

The fourth annual Generate London is jam-packed with tips and advice about the key techniques in web and frontend development today. It will present 16 highly practical and inspirational talks – see the full schedule here – from the brightest minds in the industry, including Jen Simmons, Jeff Veen, Ida Aalen and Cennydd Bowles, with take-aways that can be put into action straight away when you return to the office. 

Topics covered include design and UX systems, layouts with Flexbox, user testing, web animations, progressive web apps, pricing your work and much more. 

We'll also have a full day of in-depth workshops to help you hone your practical skills this year. There are four great sessions to choose from: 

  • Frontend architecture for design systems with Micah Godbolt
  • Sketching Interfaces with Eva-Lotta Lamm
  • Starting and Building a profitable design business with Brad Weaver
  • Data is Dawesome with Brendan Dawes

And today you can get 50% off whichever one you choose! 

If you buy a combined conference and workshop pass during the flash sale on Thursday, you’ll be spending just £297.50, which is almost £100 cheaper than a standard conference pass alone! But hurry – there’s only a limited number of tickets available, and the sale ends at midnight BST.  

How to get the discount 

To snap up one of these special price tickets, head over to the Generate London site

Generate London conference will take place on 22-23 September 2016, with the full-day workshops preceding the conference on 21 September, both at the iconic Royal Institution, London.  

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