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DCWEEK starts on Friday, presented by iStragegyLabs x TechCocktail -with a packed schedule of cool tech events in DC, November 4 – 11.

A few favorites to keep an eye on include:

Temporary Urbanism at the National Building Museum (Free)

“How can a city activate empty storefronts, abandoned lots or even cultural institutions?”

Search + Social Integrated with Ketchum and Search Mojo (Free)

“Search results are now becoming more personalized to you, and your social media habits have a lot to do with it. Knowing that and learning how to apply to your own online marketing effort is the wave of the future in search and social.”

DCWEEK Fashion Day at the Washington DC Economic Partnership

“Examining the Role of Technology in Design, Art Direction & Creativity: A discussion on technology’s influence on the fashion and art design process, how art direction has seemingly evolved, and technology’s impact/contribution to creativity and expression.”

Social Media + Analytics at Artisphere

“As long as organizations put hard dollars towards social media, attention will be focused on measuring the outcome. The need to better understand the value and application of web analytics data and social media measurement is critical for companies that want to compete online.”

Smithsonian Mobile Open Wednesday at the Capitol Gallery Building (Free)

“Join Smithsonian Institution staff as they show and discuss current and future interactive apps, mobile websites and games, ongoing mobile workshops, and new mobile technologies for visitor engagement.”

DCWEEK Keynotes at Warner Theater (Free)

Mayor Vince Gray, Brian Solis, and Frank Warren join a host of interesting panelists for the DCWEEK edition of the monthly DC Tech Meetup.”

Creative Mobile Marketing at Artisphere

“With mobile devices becoming our first point of contact with the Internet, marketing to reach your audience faces new challenges. Come learn about new and innovative approaches to mobile marketing.”

Solution Oriented Visual Design at Artisphere

The super-minimalist description of this event suggests the workshop may cover the popular deisgn concept of ‘less-is-more’.

Come out and find us at DCWEEK, and check back here for a recap of our favorite events!


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