Generate Conference 2014 - New York
New York

New York / New World Stages

Date to be announced for 2015!

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Why Attend?

net magazine and Creative Bloq hosted the first event in the States in June 2014 and assembled a truly stellar lineup of speakers for the occasion, including the likes of Ethan Marcotte, Karen McGrane, Brendan Dawes and many more.

It's the perfect opportunity to learn from the best in web design, be inspired and meet great people!

See you in 2015.

 

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The Schedule

The schedule for 2015 will be announced in October 

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The Venue

New World Stages

Generate New York will take place at New World Stages, a fantastic venue in heart of Times Square and the Theatre District (between 8th and 9th Ave). 

Address:
340 West 50th Street
10019 New york

Tel: (646) 871 1730

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“The Fi USA Today redesign story would have made an amazing documentary. Played out like a design version of Rocky. Great talk #generateconf.”

Anthony Collins @AnthonyCollins
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Videos From Previous Generate Conf

View a selection of exclusive videos from the best in webdesign

  • London 2013 Keynote

    Oliver Reichenstein
    Duration: 29 minutes
    Recorded: 13 Sep 2013
    Keynote
    Bio: Oliver Reichenstein studied philosophy in Basel and Paris, he started working as interactive brand consultant for Interbrand Zintzmeyer & Lux.
    He moved to Japan in September 2003 and started iA Inc in 2005. iA has offices in Zurich and Tokyo. It has set new standards in interaction design with clients like DIE ZEIT, Tages-Anzeiger and Freitag and its best selling text editor called iA Writer.
  • The New Era of JavaScript

    Jack Franklin
    Duration: 28 minutes
    Recorded: 13 Sep 2013
    We're seeing more and more of the processing on sites being moved to the client site and done with JavaScript. In this talk we'll look at some approaches, libraries and frameworks for solving issues and even if we should be doing it at all. When is it a good idea to shift from server to client, and when should we stick to the traditional approach of all the heavy processing and work being done on the server?
  • Beyond Progressive Enhancement

    Stephanie Reiger
    Duration: 35 minutes
    Recorded: 13 Sep 2013
    The time is 2020. The inflection point has long passed. Most web traffic is now coming from some manner of portable device. And if Google Chairman Eric Schmidt (and many others') predictions have come true, we will have truly reached time where "... will just be seamless. It will just be there. The web will be everything, and it will be nothing. It will be like electricity."