Head straight at Tan Yan Kee Student Center for the first day. You are free to choose one FFC session on the Saturday workshops (Nov. 10) during the morning and afternoon tracks because the sessions will be concurrent. For the morning tracks, here are the three concurrent sessions. Jesus Santos Jr., the Wunderman will be tackling about responsive web design. There will be also a speaker for the application interfaces topic. Camille Zapata of Save22 will be sharing you her knowledge regarding mobile interfaces. For the afternoon tracks, Andrei Gonzales of Hugo Manila will be giving you tips and advice on business sense. Meanwhile, Julius Cebreros of IGDA-Manila will share you everything about web-based game development. JM Ibañez of Codeflux will discuss about HTML5 APIs.
The second day will be held at the Thomas Aquinas Research Center and Graduate School. On the Sunday conference (Nov. 11), there will be sessions about web typography. Learn how to use different styles of simple yet elegant typographies. John Imbong, considered as the Web Design Monster, will be enriching your knowledge about HTML5 and CSS3. Another speaker will be tackling about how to utilize the JS libraries. Drei Alquiros, Wunderman, will be discussing about cross-browser debugging. Ely Apao of US Auto Parts is invited to tackle about persuasive design. On the other hand, JP de Guzman of Rain Creative Lab will teach you how to fight for your ideas. And lastly, Noel Perlas will be sharing you how to make designing for interaction.
Make your weekend a fruitful one by attending to FFC. Learn and meet people at the same time. Sponsored by Smart DevNet, TomasinoWeb, Sulit.com.ph and SitePoint, expect to have a very fun learning workshop. Bring your own laptop especially if you are attending in the workshops. Certificates will be given to those who will participate in this two-day event.
If you have any other questions, you may send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit the FFC site.