Respond 17 Early Bird Discount Ends Friday
Our best Respond 17 Early Bird deals end this Friday. Something that often gets overlooked is how Early Bird prices can add great value to the upper end of ticket prices.
For example, a Classic Pass to Respond at regular prices costs $1,199. A Gold Pass bought before 31 March (this Friday), costs $1,299. For that extra $100, you get to attend the Speaker Dinner (the chance to chat informally over a classy meal) AND access to videos of every single conference presentation (only available to other folks by subscription).
Think about that while you consider which pricing deal works best for you.
Note that there is a second Early Bird – a slightly lesser discount – that holds until Friday 14 April.
But to get the absolute best deal for attending Respond 17, register before this Friday 31 March.
Respond is an event you won’t find anywhere else, bringing together the whole front end team to address the challenge of delivering engaging customer experiences.
Mina Markham (Senior UI Engineer, Hillary for America) on design systems
Rachel Nabors (Program Manager, Microsoft Edge; W3C) on web animation
Vitaly Friedman (Founder, Smashing Magazine) on responsive design
Elizabeth Allen (UX Researcher, Spotify) on conversational interactions
Cordelia McGee-Tubb (Accessibility Specialist, Dropbox) on accessible web development
Plus Rebecca Hendry (Westpac), Michael Taranto (Seek), Adem Cifcioglu (Intopia), Mike Riethmuller, Mandy Michael (Seven West Media), Brett Snaidero (Internetrix), Wayne Thompson (Australian Type Foundry), Mike Sharp, Shefik Bey (Loop11), Laura Summer, Warwick Cox (Crowd Delivery).
Respond happens every year, but THIS line-up of speakers on THESE topics is only going to come along this year.
We hope we see you and your team at Respond 17.