Phoenix Design Week 2010 is quickly approaching.
The conference, held September 29 through October 3, will showcase work from print, web, motion, industrial and interactive designers, offer two full days of Adobe software training and include over 30 national and local-based speakers. Throughout the week, exhibits and receptions will highlight local design talent and offer designers and design-enthusiasts the opportunity to network.
Find out what a ticket to the conference will get you access to after the jump...
Full conference registration is $125 per person. This ticket provides access to all exhibits, events, the two-day conference and parties. Registration also includes a free copy of James Victore's new book Victore or, Who Died and Made You Boss? (It's normally $40), a 18"×24" PHXDW Poster and a bag full of goodies. That's a lot of stuff!
A condensed schedule:
Wednesday-Friday: Exhibits and receptions at Sitewire, Air and CO+HOOTS
Saturday: Phoenix Convention Center, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Gallo Blanco at The Clarendon Hotel 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Sunday: Phoenix Convention Center, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Let's recap: Phoenix Design Week is a week-long conference that focuses on uniting the design industry within Phoenix. The conference will include guest speakers, ADOBE training (very cool, right?), a poster contest, parties and a variety of exhibits featuring work by local designers.
Ticket sales close on Saturday, October 2. Get all the details on the official Phoenix Design Week website.
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