Flowchart for a party

I had the greatest time at the Altitude Design Summit last week! It was amazing to be surrounded by a hotel full of others who are crazy and passionate about good design and blogging.

I presented on the event design and social media panel, which was absolutely the the most fun topic to discuss! See the incredible women I spoke with here. It was my job to convince the roomful of designers/bloggers to host a party this year:) I created a fun flowchart to encourage our daily celebration cause and thought you might want to see it…

Click the flowchart image to enlarge for reading. Top photo via Flickr’s Alt photo stream.

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Posted January 24, 2011
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7 Responses to “Flowchart for a party”

  1. Jessica says:

    I love a good flow chart, especially with a dig at walmart :)

  2. Stephie says:

    I think a party might be in order! Love the flowchart and I am so glad that you had a great time at the summit. Stephie x

  3. How fun! I would love to have been there! It sounds like it was completely amazing!

  4. Lisa says:

    I’m on it!!

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