2012 RE:DESIGN Conference Giveaway

Update: This giveaway is now closed. Thanks for your participation!

Good news readers! For the second year in a row I’m excited to offer one lucky reader a free pass to one of RE:DESIGN‘s amazing conferences. Here are the details:

RE:DESIGN/UXD: ”The Next Next,” with a focus on small scale discussions, eschews the typical panel format. The result is an atmosphere where attendees can interact, network, and learn from each other. This conference will bring together leading UX designers from traditional design firms, interactive agencies, in-house groups, ad agencies, and other parts of the design world. This year, the conference is taking place in San Francisco on April 30th and May 1st at the Bently Reserve. Our symposiarch for this event is Chris Noessel from Cooper, and our growing list of speakers is awesome.

The Fine Print:
The giveaway includes one pass to the RE:DESIGN/UXD conference, valued at $695.00. Winner is responsible for travel and lodging for the event. Winner will be selected at random. The giveaway will be open from this morning through this coming Friday at 6:00 PM EST. In order to enter, simply leave a comment here with the speaker you’re most excited to hear from. Good luck!


  1. Amy says:

    YAY! This is going to be amazing. I would be excited to see Tim Richards from the creatives at BLITZ.
  2. Tim Lampe says:

    The person I'm most excited to see speak is Marisa Gallagher. I've seen her speak a few times here in Atlanta and had a chance to talk with her, so it's always a pleasure listening to what she has to say.
  3. Prescott Perez-Fox says:

    I'd love to hear from Nadya Direkova from Google. Frankly, I'd want to get inside some of the decision-making process regarding Google+ and Reader, in their recent re-designs.
  4. Lowell Reade says:

    I am most excited to see Ben Clemens, from Blurb!
  5. Mai-Chi says:

    The lineup looks great—would love to see Albert Poon of Odopod!
  6. Phil Tretheway (@ptretheway) says:

    I love Google new minimal, sleek interface, would love to hear from Nadya Direkova, Senior UX Designer, Google
  7. Emelyn Baker says:

    How exciting! I'm still a design student, so I'd love to have the opportunity to hear from experts in the field. Simona Brusa Pasqué intrigues me the most, since the role of a designer in start-ups appears to becoming more and more valuable, even to the point of having designers as part of the "Founding Four"!
  8. Adrianna Grant says:

    The whole group sounds very interesting. I'd especially like to hear from Sarah Murgel!
  9. Katie Miller says:

    I'm super excited to see Nadya Direkova speak. Overall, it looks like a great lineup!
  10. Nikki Mueller says:

    Based solely on their headshots alone: Jonathan Korman and Tim Richards... hilarious!
  11. Linsey Peterson says:

    Awesome. All look great. Nadya Direkova.
  12. Lisa Kurt says:

    Would really like to hear what Simona Brusa Pasqué and Sarah Murgel have to say!
  13. Jessica says:

    Oo! I've just moved to SF, would love to see Scott Nazarian's talk!
  14. lindsaygoldner@gmail.com says:

    What an amazing opportunity! I'd love to see Simona speak on designer cofounders!
  15. Eric Thompson says:

    i cant wait to see Tim Richards. The dude is awesome in open discussions
  16. Rachel says:

    Simona Brusa Pasqué's topic looks interesting.
  17. Dave Hora says:

    An awesome panel--I'm most excited about Nate Clinton's talk. When you have so much information that users don't want or need it, or perhaps shouldn't see it, finding where to draw the line is a serious challenge.
  18. Eric says:

    I would like to hear John Nack speak because then I could ask him why Adobe keeps holding Illustrator back.
  19. Ashley Delaney says:

    Ohh, it's so tough to choose just one! I'm really intrigued by Nadya Direkova's talk. This is a great line-up!
  20. Kate Holgate says:

    Wow, the entire event looks amazing. I'd love to see Tim Richards speak simply based on his bio. Nate Clinton's topic looks intriguing.
  21. lacey selvagn says:

    I would love to see Scott Nazarian from Frog!
  22. Mario Sosa says:

    I am most excited to see Nadya Direkova from Google! Great line-up.
  23. Catie Randall says:

    Ben Clemen's talk hits close to home. As someone who's passionate about both design and literature, I'd be thrilled to hear how he plans to preserve their connection as ebooks become more commonplace.
  24. Mary Nugent says:

    would love to see Nadya Direkova!! but seriously a great group of speakers!! so diverse and creative!!
  25. Ryan says:

    It's always nice to hear what Google is up to: It'd be great to hear some UX talk from Nadya Direkova @ Senior UX Designer, Google
  26. Vara says:

    Wow, to be back home in SF for my 30th birthday at a design conference would be a dream! All of the speakers look amazing, but I'd love to see Scott Nazarine from Frog :)
  27. Amir Hadjihabib says:

    I would love to hear what Nadya Direkova has to say she is a huge influence on my work. Thank you!
  28. Nick says:

    The speakers this year are all amazing! I'd really love to hear Stefan Klocek.
  29. Sherry says:

    I would like to see Sarah Murgel talk. Experience design with new technology changes the experience design field.
  30. Robyn Mitchell says:

    I'd be very interested to hear Ben Clemens speak, especially as there seems to be a doomsday attitude around print these days!
  31. gerrie says:

    would love to see what google up to with Nadya Direkova!
  32. Johanna says:

    I'd love to go to this conference and hear Sarah Murgel speak. It's always refreshing to learn and be inspired by intelligent, passionate women!!
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