By , November 2009

#buildconf: The Greatest Web Design Conference The World Has Ever Seen

Last Thursday I had the pleasure of attending Build, a web design conference organised by Andy Good and held in our very own backyard (literally 2 minutes round the corner from me in Belfast).

Created for obsessive-compulsive designers, Build is no ordinary web conference. From internationally renowned speakers to a jam-packed social calendar, Build is bringing the best of the web to Belfast’s Waterfront Studio on the 5th November.

Build presented some of the world's most respected designers and speakers and it was an honor to meet them and be in their presence: Eric Meyer, Wilson Miner, Ryan Sims, Andy Budd, Mark Boulton and Tim Van Damme.

The conference was a huge success, I thoroughly enjoyed myself not just on the day but across the whole week with various other meetups and Andy deserves a huge pat on the back. Well done sir! I even managed to win a 'goody bag' thanks to this tweet - sorry Tim ;-)

I can't even begin to list all the awesome people I chatted to over the week as there are too many to mention but it was good to meet you all and next time you're up for a drink in Belfast just tweet me :)

If you're in Belfast later in the month check out the Adobe CS4 training day Wednesday 25th November (free event).

Round ups

Press

Photos

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Keith Anderson
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Paddy Donnelly
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David Parsons
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Maykel Loomans
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Yaili
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Videos

Tim Van Damme - Designers Designers Designers (from @vectorfunk)
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These are just some of the post #buildconf links I have come across. Please feel free to share your blog posts and photos in the comments below.

Please also take a moment to review or recommend any cool places you visited over the days of Build on Lookaly (another project of mine). Cheers!

Stay tuned for Build 2010.

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