Web Designer ‘Hot 100’ revealed

Web Designer Issue 141 - Web Designer ‘Hot 100’ revealed

Respected web design magazine kicks off an exciting online year with an exclusive countdown of key industry movers and shakers

The inaugural Web Designer ‘Hot 100’ is unveiled in issue 141 (on sale 14 February) and provides an essential showcase of the most exciting talent, sites and technology that will influence web design over the next 12 months.

Featuring breaking industry names like Your Majesty and Nicholas Da Silva, the Web Designer Hot 100 will provide a unique insight into the hottest designers the eagerly anticipated projects and the most useful
products and conferences.

Want to know which freelance and agency designers will be the most influential in 2008? Keen to learn which site projects everyone is looking forward to? Deciding on what products to buy or which conferences to attend? Well look no further. Issue 141’s cover feature is the essential place to be for designers, developers and readers alike – welcome to the Hot 100.

“As the online world continues to evolve at an alarming yet exciting rate it has never been more important for the people building it to recognise what’s around the corner”, said Web Designer Editor Mark Billen. “The launch of our new annual Hot 100 round-up will play a huge role in enabling our readership to stay ahead of the game when it comes to what the industry has up its sleeve. We hope it continues to define what’s hot and what’s not for many years to come.”

Web Designer magazine (www.webdesignermag.co.uk) is the only monthly newsstand publication devoted to providing cutting-edge expert tutorials in Flash, Dreamweaver and Photoshop. With regular features on leading digital agencies, breaking trade news, eCommerce articles and a free monthly CD packed with resources, it aims to inspire those inside and outside the web design profession.

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