Date: October 27-28, 2005
Venue: National Hall Olympia, London
MacExpo 2005 takes place on Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th October and will showcase all the latest hardware and software solutions, technologies and services available on the mac platform.
Plan your Expo route early, download our showguide now! - PDF Format, 8MB.
For over 20 years, in San Francisco, Boston and London the Macworld Conference has been the leading destination for Mac professionals and enthusiasts. Flying in the world's premier Mac speakers, the 2-day London Conference promises delegates an unmatched educational and networking experience.
Thought-leaders such as David Pogue, Deke McClelland and Andy Ihnatko will throw the spotlight on cutting-edge developments in applications such as Mac OS Tiger, Apple’s iLife, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and QuarkXPress. Discover the hidden tips and tricks utilized by the Mac's top practitioners to dramatically enhance your skills and gain the insights you need to get the most from your technology investment.
2 Streams enable you to tailor the Conference to meet your own needs although you are free to mix and match sessions from each stream.
Conference and Expo in one great package
Buy Conference Tickets and Attend the MacExpo Show for free!* All Macworld Conference delegates registering for the Conference before October 27 2005 will receive free admission to the MacExpo 2005 exhibition making it the perfect combined package. Prices start from just £135 + VAT (see booking form for more details).
O'Reilly's Free Book Offer
Claim Your Free Mac Book! All conference delegates are entitled to claim a free Mac training book from O'Reilly's worth up to £17.50. Just select one of the great titles from the link below and tell us on the conference booking form, which one you would like. You'll be able to pick it up on the day. Click Here
To book your place at the Macworld Conference click here
With 3 million books in print, Macworld contributing editor David Pogue is one of the world's bestselling how-to authors, as well as publisher of his own series of 'Missing Manual' books.
Andy Ihnatko is Macworld magazine's hilarious back-page opinion guy. He is the author of numerous technology books, including 'The Mac OS X Tiger Book', 'iLife Book', and the 'Random House Cyberspeak Dictionary'.
One of the most award-winning writers in the business, Deke McClelland is an Adobe Certified Expert and has been inducted into the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop Hall of Fame.
A founder member of the UK Digital Imaging Group, Martin Evening is the author of the best-selling 'Photoshop for Digital Photographers'.
Steve Caplin is a freelance graphic artist specializing in satirical photomontage, and the author of 'How to Cheat in Photoshop' and 'The Complete Guide to Digital Illustration'.
Quark design guru Dan Logan has worked on projects for Wired magazine, Toyota and Samsung. He designed the QuarkVista picture-effects Xtension for Xpress 6.5. As Quark Product Architect, Dan and his team are now hard at work finalizing QuarkXPress 7.0