FITC Amsterdam 2015 – Coupon Code

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Now in its 8th year, FITC Amsterdam 2015 is host to the latest and greatest in design, technology and cool shit from all around the globe. Join fellow digital creators and world renowned speakers this February to learn about design, development, creativity and so much more. FITC Amsterdam will leave you inspired, educated and challenged to do something new and set the bar higher.

Featured Speakers:

Jessica Walsh – (NYC)
Brosmind – (Barcelona)
Brendan Dawes – (Liverpool)
Naomi Atkinson – (North England)
Mario Klingemann – (Munich)
Quayola – (London)
Sougwen Chung – (NY)
Stuart Wood – (London)

Use coupon code “BEEDIGITAL” and get €100 off tickets. Beedigital also as two free tickets to giveaway. If interested send email.

Save $100 on tickets with code ‘Bee’ to FITC Toronto April 27-29

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FITC is the intersection between Creative Technologists, Designers, Developers and all-around awesome thinkers from various innovative industries across the globe. They converge every year in Toronto to connect, challenge, inspire, and to experience the cutting edge in design and technology.

This year we have 90 amazing presenters from around the world covering design, creativity, and technology, including talks about biohacking, remote-controlled cockroaches, a 98-year-old digital artist, the leading edge in neuroscience tech, an artist who offers professional kidnapping – and that’s just a fraction of this years talent.

Use promotional code ‘Bee’ and save $100 on tickets!

Free Tickets FITC Amsterdam 2014

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Beedigital.net has two free festival tickets to offer to our readers for FITC Amsterdam 2014 (Feb 24-25.)

To get your hands in one of these you just need to subscribe at our Google+ page on google.com/+BeedigitalNet and leave there a message explaining the reasons why you should be the choose one, or how much would you like to attend this event.

The winner´s will be announced at the 24th of January 2014.

Good luck!

FITC Amsterdam 2014

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FITC Amsterdam 2014 is host to the latest and greatest in design, technology and cool shit from all around the world. Join fellow digital creators and renowned speakers at the Felix Meritis this February to learn about HTML5, CSS, virtual machines, design, creativity and much more! FITC Amsterdam will leave you inspired, educated and challenged to do something new and set the bar higher. You’ll also have the opportunity to connect with people who share your passion at presentations, in the exhibitor hall, or at one of our parties – you could very well meet your next business partner, employee or boss.

FITC Amsterdam 2011

March 8-9, 2011 Amsterdam

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Amsterdam will receive the first edition of FITC 2011. The event will occur on March 8-9. This years festival is full of great presentations, designers and developers (flash and more!) for sure will be one of the most interesting editions, if you have the opportunity to go you still can apply for a ticket. Hurry, they are flying fast!

FITC will have around 50+ presentations and speakers, these will cover Creative, Technical, and Business aspects of Flash and digital media.

The presenters list is huge, but it’s even huge in quality. Jumping to Amsterdam those days will give you the chance to attend presentations from guys like:

• GMUNK – Design Lead for Graphic Design & Animation for TRON Legacy
• Simon Page – British Graphic Designer and Illustrator
• Carlos Ulloa – Creator of Papervision3D
• Rob Bateman – co-founder of Away3D
• Andre Michelle – The man behind Audiotools.com
• Chris Allen – President and CEO of Infrared5, and inventor of Brass Monkey
• GMUNK
• Christian Cantrell
• Mike Chambers
• Grant Skinner
• Ryan Stewart
• Carlos Ulloa
and much more!

These folks will be some of the speakers that will share with you lots of interesting presentations, I will not give you all the schedule from the event here but I have some thoughts on presentations that will have a huge audience and for sure will be interesting. You will have:

• 3D Workflow for the New Era by Bartek Drozdz
• Audio Code Clash – Workshop by Andre Michelle
• Buiding Realtime Multiplayer Games with P2P by Tomas Krcha
• Comparing Web Video Technologies, from Flash to HTML5 to Silverlight by Robert Reinhardt
• HelloEnjoy: High-End Interactive Design by Carlos Ulloa
• Integrating Flash and HTML 5 by Mike Chambers
• What’s Next from Adobe by Paul Trani
and more!

For sure a lot of reasons to visit!

FITC Amsterdam 2010

FITC Presents FITC Amsterdam 2010
Design. Technology. Cool Shit.
February 22 – 23, 2010 at The Felix Meritis and The Dylan Hotel

Early Bird Rate Ends December 20, 2009

Toronto, Canada [November 12, 2009] –FITC returns to Amsterdam, NL, for the third edition of FITC Amsterdam, a bustling two day event that brings together the best and the brightest from the world of Interactive design and development to learn, share and be inspired. The last two previous events, in 2008 and 2009, sold out over a month in advance. This year’s event takes place February 22nd and 23rd and has expanded to a second venue, The Dylan Hotel.

From sound design to stop motion and apps to apparat, FITC Amsterdam cuts across a number of disciplines to deliver new ideas, new methods and new technologies impacting advertising, animation, design, entertainment, motion graphics and rich media. The event includes over 40 presentations covering business, creative, and technical subjects, an optional one-day workshop, and lots of opportunity for face-to-face networking and interaction.

“We’re excited to be back in Amsterdam with an expanded program and international line-up of speakers,” says Shawn Pucknell, FITC’s founder.

Highlighting this year’s speaker roster is:
MK12 — Kansas City-based design and filmmaking collective responsible for the graphic design and animation of feature films such as Stranger Than Fiction and Quantum of Solace.
Hoss Gifford — Award-winning creative technologist and director at brand consultancy shop Marque (NYC, London, Glasgow)
Robert Lindström (North Kingdom) — Interactive agency that works with some of the world’s leading brands (Absolut, BBC, BRIO, Toyota, Vodaphone) and ad agencies (Dentsu, Crispin Porter & Bogusky, and Wieden & Kennedy,)
Scott Hansen (ISO50/Tycho) — San Francisco-based artist whose work in both design and music overlap to form a vivid artistic vision that reaches into print, Web and branding work.
The killer creative for FITC Amsterdam 2010 was designed by Interactive art directors, Geoff Lillemon and Anita Fontaine of Champagne Valentine. The duo will be presenting highlights from their client portfolio during the event (date and time TBA).

FITC Amsterdam is open to FLASH designers and developers, motion graphic artists, digital artists, and anyone having an interest in Flash and digital media. Tickets to FITC Amsterdam can be purchased from the FITC Website.

Early bird discount rates apply now through December 20, 2009.
FITC Amsterdam – Ticket Prices and Details
Festival Tickets – day and evening events — € 129 (student) to € 399 (standard)
Workshop Ticket – February 21, 2010 day — € 179 (student) to € 239 (standard)
The “Works” — festival and workshop — € 219 (student) to € 599 (standard)

FITC Amsterdam – Dates, Times and Location:
Sunday, February 21, 2010, 10:00 – 17:00 — Pre-festival Workshop @ Felix Meritis
Monday, February 22, 2010, 10:00 – 18:00 – Day ONE @ Felix Meritis and The Dylan Hotel
Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 10:00 – 18:00, Day TWO @ Felix Meritis and The Dylan Hotel

Felix Meritis (Main Venue)
European Centre for Arts and Sciences.
Keizersgracht 324, 1016 EZ, Amsterdam, Tel. +31(0)20 626 23 21

The Dylan Hotel (Secondary Venue)
Keizersgracht 384, 1016 GB, Amsterdam, Tel +31 (0)20 530 2010

FITC Amsterdam Sponsors:
Adobe, Rich Media Institute, ThinData, IdN, Influxis, The Dutch Adobe User Group, EasyToBook.com, Us Media.

About FITC:
FITC (http://www.fitc.ca) is an international events company based in Toronto serving the design and technology community with events designed to inspire, educate and challenge. A success both at home and abroad, FITC has taken its winning formula to Chicago, Hollywood, New York, Amsterdam, Seoul, and Tokyo, Japan. Over the last seven years, FITC has produced more than 20 events on three continents and hosted over 700 presenters and 10,000 attendees. For the latest FITC news, follow FITC on Twitter at http://twitter.com/FITC.

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