Looking Back on An Event Apart Boston 2012

June 20, 2012

An Event Apart logo After two days of intense, forward-thinking sessions on the state of the web and a (brief) moment to calmly reflect, we can honestly say An Event Apart (http://aneventapart.com/2012/boston/) has the OHO offices ignited with inspiration.  The speakers, venue, and whip-smart company made it an event to which we'll surely return.

You can imagine our delight in nerding out over the newest web theory and methodologies to come while concurrently realizing that a lot of those concepts and best practices, from mobile-first theory to the moving user experience research & design to the forefront, are already folded into everything we do for our clients.  In an industry that's constantly pushing the concept of "bleeding edge" forward, it's a true accolade to our talent to be reminded that we're anything but playing catchup.

Look for some more in-depth pieces about the event soon.  But in the meantime, if you were at AEA this year, what was your favorite topic/presentation?  Let us know in the comments below!

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