As I mentioned here before, I’ll be speaking in New York in a couple of weeks at DelveUI, a two-day event filled with sessions from some of the best UI designers on the planet, including Lou Rosenfeld, Jina Bolton, Scott Jehl, Andrew Maier, Jamey Kosoy, Jason Santa Maria, Ryan Stewart, Theresa Neil, Robert Hoekman, Joshua Porter, Anders Ramsay, and Todd Zaki Warfel. I think this is going to be a really, really great event.
My talk at the event will be about one of my favorite topics: web typography, specifically as it relates to CSS, and hopefully with plenty of new hotness from CSS3 thrown in. I’ve got the talk pretty well-prepared already, but I want to hear what it is you all would like to see addressed in a talk of this nature. So much so, in fact, that I’ve convinced the Delve crew to let me give 10 jeffcroft.com readers free registration for the event in exchange for your ideas. And if you’re too late to get one of the free registrations, I may still be able to hook you up with a juicy discount.
Here’s how it’ll work: the first 10 people to leave a comment here with both a good suggestion for CSS type-related topics and a serious interest in going to Devle will get added to my personal guest list for the event. You’re on your own for travel and accommodation, so please don’t waste a free ticket if you can’t make it to New York on August 5th and 6th. What qualifies as a “good” suggestion? I dunno. I’ll be the judge of that. :) If it’s thoughtful and sincere, I’m sure we’ll have no controversy.
After the 10 spots are gone, I can give another 15 people a 20% discount on their registration. So keep the suggestions coming! If you can’t make the event but have a suggestion for the talk anyway, go ahead and drop it here and mention that you don’t want to be considered for the free registrations or the discounts.
I can’t promise I’ll use every single good suggestion I get, but I’m sure I’ll be able to address many of them. Thanks in advance for all the suggestions, and I’ll see 25 of you at Delve!