The best digital creativity meets in WebVisions Barcelona

A meeting that dives into the most creative and innovative aspects, open to all, but with particular interest to designers, web developers and digital communicators.

For the third consecutive year the most advanced digital innovation is a matter of debate, sharing of experiences and the subject of workshops in the Catalan capital. The IED Barcelona School of Design will host WebVisions days 2, 3 and 4 June, which this year will feature designer Stefan Sagmeister (Sagmeister & Walsh), the expert Robert Stulle (Edenspiekermann) digital communication, specialists in user design Sarah Horton and David Sloan (The Paciello Group), Jason Cranford Teague (GeekDad), the designer Bengiat Noaa (Antarctica) or the teacher design and digital strategy Mona Patel (MOTIVATE Design), among others.

The festival is open access, with prices ranging between 275 and 100 euros depending on the acts and the days that you wish to attend.

WebVisions born in 2001 in Portland to explore the creative and innovative potential of the digital world. The festival is celebrated since 2011 also in New York, from 2012 in Chicago and Barcelona and since last year, also in Berlin.

More information: WebVisions

Publication date: Thursday, 04 June 2015
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