A free 3-day intensive workshop for students who want to work in the web industry.

Students

Our next flagship event will take place in Harrogate, UK on 27th – 29th January 2016, and applications are now open.

We cover skills and principles which are key to becoming a web professional – things like CSS-preprocessing, version control, and responsive design. A full schedule will be released soon.

Teachers and Professionals

Teachers and academics who want to know more about what we’re up to and how we can help your students are encouraged to get in touch.

We’re also keen to speak to web professionals and companies who are willing to support our future events through sponsorship or other ways – drop us an email if you interested in getting involved.

Apply for Work in the Web 2016

Special guests

As part of the event we feature a guest sessions on specialist subjects from prominent figures in the industry.

Harry Roberts

Harry Roberts – @csswizardry

With a client list including Google, the United Nations, and Unilever, Harry is an award-winning Consultant Front-end Architect who helps organisations and teams across the globe to plan, build, and maintain product-scale UIs.

He writes on the subjects of CSS architecture, performance, and scalability at csswizardry.com; develops and maintains inuitcss; authored CSS Guidelines; and Tweets at @csswizardry.

Dan Edwards

Dan Edwards – @de

Dan is the Creative Director of No Divide, an agency he co-founded in 2014. He’s also the host of the YouTube show, Let’s Talk Design, co-creator of oozled.com and in 2013 won net magazine’s 2013 Young Designer of the Year.


Previous years

Work in the Web runs in January of each year; 2015 was the second event we have run, and it was a huge success. Here’s a few things people have said about us in previous years:

Last day of @workintheweb. It’s been inspiring. As an educator, I wish more companies put as much effort into education as this. Yay, @mixd!

Chris Murphy, Writer, Designer, and Educator

Chris Murphy

I’ve had a fantastic time @workintheweb at @mixd Thank you so much! I’ve learned so much!

— Anthony White, 2015 attendee

Anthony White

Kudos to @mixd for their fantastic initiative that was @workintheweb. Teaching valuable skills in such a friendly way. A joy to witness.

— Ant Pearson, Associate Senior Lecturer, Leeds Beckett University

Ant Pearson

Getting ready for the last day of @workintheweb workshops at @mixd HQ! I think I’ve never learnt so many things in just 3 days!

— Klaudia Szlifinska, 2014 attendee

Klaudia Szlifinska

Photos from previous years

Friends and sponsors

Work in the Web is entirely free for students to attend, and is funded solely from contributions from the community. Without the people below, Work in the Web would not exist, and for that we are incredibly grateful.