MiniFFC s2017e02: Baguio Roadshow
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MiniFFC s2017e02: Baguio Roadshow
March 25 @ 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM400₱
MiniFFC is short for Mini Form Function & Class. It is the smaller, more informal version of Form Function & Class, our annual web design conference where hobbyist & professional web designers can gather, share experiences, and mingle with fellow colleagues.
The event is open to everyone, students & professionals alike.
See you in Baguio on Saturday, March 25 at 1:00PM to 6:00PM.
Registration ends on March 20, so get your tickets now!
Tickets release schedule:
- University of Baguio exclusive tickets – January 19 to February 28 (PHP 280)
- Student Tickets – January 19 to March 20 (PHP 300)
- Regular Tickets for Professionals – January 19 to March 20 (PHP 400)
- 4 +1 Group discount – January 19 to February 28 ONLY
- No walk in registration
Talk and Workshop:
Speaker 1 – Toni-Jan Keith Monserrat
TJ will talk about Things to Remember when using your Favorite Architecture/Framework for your Projects.
Angular, React, Vue, Polymer, Blaze, Riot, Knockout, jQuery. These are among a few of the multitude of frameworks for web development. They help you develop your projects easier, faster, and in record time. You love your architecture or framework to bits, you even fought for them against others in Twitter, in Facebook, Reddit and Forums. But one thing in common is that these frameworks only solves the developer’s problems: making it easier to create and manage code. It doesn’t solve the user’s problems: making it easier for them to do what they need to do. So here’s a list of things you need to know on top on how to develop web apps using your favorite framework that will make your as a developer happy, and your users happier. It’s like hitting two birds with one stone
He is a father to two princesses and husband to a queen (of landscaping, art and baking). An HCI researcher specializing on interactive platforms for learning and a quick web prototyper. A quick hacker/programmer by heart.
Speaker 2 – Search Engine Optimization
Speaker 3 – Micael Andrei Barlaan Diaz de Rivera
Mica will talk about Design Thinking which refers to creative strategies designers utilize during the process of designing. It is an approach that can be used to consider issues and resolve problems in the professional design practice to business and to social issues among others. The workshop is a quick hands on session that will enable participants to learn and take home design thinking methods to use in work and life.
He is the Experience Design specialist of the largest independent innovations agency in the country, NuWorks Interactive Labs. Prior to his current role, he worked at OLX for half a decade as both a developer and an experience engineer. He’s an avid seat sale traveler who has lived in 12 countries while eating cup noodles.
Offline Payment Instructions:
Banco de Oro
Account Number: 0280892586
Account Name: Philippine Web Designers Organization, Inc.
Account Number: 09175885017
Please take note of the Payment Reference ID for proof of payment. Additional fees may apply.
Available via: your GCASH account, Cebuana Lhuillier, LBC, M. Lhuillier, Banco de Oro, BDO Financial (BDO On-site), SM Forex (Shoemart), One Network Bank.
Once deposited, please send an email with proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “MiniFFCs2017e02 Baguio” and indicate the following details for EACH PARTICIPANT:
- Ticket Type: (i.e. student / professional)
- Mobile Number:
- Question/s for the speakers:
Please allow for at least 24 hours processing time.
1. Can I get a student discount?
Yes we have student ticket rates available at 300 pesos only.
2. Can we get a group discount?
Group discounts are available to all professionals (not students) at a special 4+1 rate: purchase 4 tickets and you get 1 ticket free. Send an email to email@example.com with the subject “MiniFFCs2017e02 Baguio Group Discount” indicating the number of tickets you wish to purchase, and we will get back to you.
3. Is my ticket transferrable/refundable?
Sorry, tickets are not transferrable/refundable.
4. Can I get a certificate of participation?
Yes, we will be releasing digital certificates.
5. Can I get an official receipt?
Sure! Please sign up to request the O.R. after you check in to the event. Please make sure you have the following information ready:
– Name of ticketholder or Company name registered at the BIR
– the corresponding Tax Identification Number (TIN).
6. Do I need to bring my laptop?
The roadshow does not require participants to design or code on their laptops, but that is up to you. We cannot gaurantee a power outlet in the venue for all participants.
7. Is there an internet connectivity in the venue?
As much as we want to, we were not able to get an internet connectivity. You can bring your own, or we can at least have a break from Social Media and listen to our speakers.
8. Is there a dress code for FFC?
There’s no dress code, but smart casual is recommended.
9. Are you a legitimate organization?
Yes, the Philippine Web Designers Organization, Inc. has been registered with the SEC as a non-profit organization since 2009, with BIR TIN 007-274-276 (NONVAT).
10. I have more questions!
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Don’t forget to bring your ticket and any ID.
2. Actively participate in the discussion.
3. All participants, members, organizers, sponsors are expected to adhere to PWDO’s Code of Conduct.
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