This looks like it’ll be brilliant! Nat is running a prototyping workshop the day before Responsive Day Out:
This workshop is for designers with no coding experience — if you’re an absolute beginner who wants to find out whether coding can help you with your job, this is for you!
Seb will be running this workshop again at the start of February—details here. I can’t recommend it highly enough—it’s so, so good!
Jacqueline Currie is running Robotics/Bioengineering/Computing workshops for girls (ages 6-16) this Saturday at the University of Brighton.
The latest Clearleft product will be like having an intensive set of discovery, collaboration, and exploration workshops in a box. Perfect for startups and other small businesses short on time or budget.
It starts in Spring but you can register your interest now.
The slides from Andy’s one-day responsive design workshop are well worth a perusal.
Toby’s write-up of the workshop I led for the Build conference. I enjoyed myself so it’s immensely gratifying to know that the attendees did too.
Roll up, roll up! Get five nights food and lodging at a fantastic luxury horse ranch in the Rockies in March.
Oh, and myself and Aaron will be running workshops on progressive enhancement for you during that time too.
Stephen and PPK are taking their two-day mobile workshop on the road, including two dates in the UK (one of which is Brighton!). There’s a welcome emphasis on testing.
Colly shows the results of his dConstruct workshop: great stuff!
I'll be delivering half of A Day Apart in Washington DC in September — the HTML5 half. So... there's that.
Three back-to-back talks on web design at South by Southwest.
Lomokev is teaching photography in Brighton. Learn from the best.
Simon's slides and demos from his half-day workshop at XTech.
A holding page for Malarkey's upcoming series of workshops. Add you name if your interested.
Eric and Jeffrey are going to the city of brotherly love.