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Visit Honolulu for back-to-back conferences In Control Honolulu and CSS Dev Conference

  • October 28
  • By awwwards-team
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If you can get to Honolulu on December 2, you will be one very lucky web designer.

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If you can get to Honolulu on December 2, you will be one very lucky web designer. You’ll be able to enjoy the best of Hawaii as well as two of the top web design and development conferences: CSS Dev Conference and In Control 2012, brought to you by Environments for Humans.

Enter our contest to be in with a chance of winning a ticket for both events worth $1,095

How to enter? There’s just one ticket up for grabs. To win it, put on your best Hawaiian shirt, grass skirt or coconuts and send us the photo by commenting on our Facebook post with the link, or via the hashtag #sendmetohonolulu on Twitter. We’ll choose the funniest photo as the winner. If you don’t have a Hawaiian shirt, Photoshop is allowed! The prize includes a ticket to the two conferences. Travel expenses and accommodation are not included. The competition closes November 2.

The Conferences

20 CSS Experts will gather in Honolulu to talk about Preprocessors, Javascript, Responsive Web & Mobile Design and other modern CSS techniques. You can check out the sessions in the event schedule. This year’s CSS Dev Conference will host top drawer speakers like Estelle Weyl, Chris Coyier, Dan Cederholm, Paul Irish and Dave Rupert.

10 great speakers including Jessica Hische, Daniel Burka, Kristina Halvorson, Chris Coyier, to name just a few, will get together to talk about Content Strategy, HTML5, Jquery, CSS3 and many more interesting topics. Read more in the event schedule

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Awwwards – recognizing the talent and effort of the best web designers, developers and agencies in the world. We aim to create a meeting point where web professionals from across the world can come to find inspiration; a space for debate; a place to share knowledge and experience; give and receive constructive and respectful critiques. “Always hungry”.