Could the original Renaissance conference actually get any better? Renaissance 2014 will be January 29-31, 2014 at UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. Take a look at our schedule. Details are subject to change, but all speakers shown are confirmed and more will be appearing soon. We're hoping to take the successes and lessons of Renaissance 2013 and make January 29-31 the most impactful three days of your 2014.
The first day of Renaissance will inspire us with a great builder's story and some amazing creative tools.
On the second day, we'll roll up our sleeves and dig into some tough but essential topics for successful app making.
On Friday we'll take a critical look at the state of the iOS app business and explore new areas for growth and app making.
Renaissance is run by people who make apps, and we created Renaissance to help us make apps better.
The Renaissance 2013 attendees were overwhelmingly independent app makers, consulting developers, and project leads.
Look around our site and join us in 2014 to get the insight and connections to help you make the app of your dreams.
The first Renaissance conference was held in January 2013 at UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. We spent three days together learning to excel at the design, business, and technology of apps.
We heard from the designers of some of the most popular apps on iOS, and looked at app making through the eyes of designers: animation, text, audio, engagement, aesthetics, and user experience.
We went straight to the people who are succeeding. We had sessions on App Store success, contract app development, enterprise apps, and IP and corporate acquisitions.
Sessions on animation, text, audio, and engagement tied technology directly to design, and as a bonus we had in-depth sessions on quality assurance and the exciting possibilities of Bluetooth LE.
We recorded all 18 sessions of our first Renaissance conference. These talks and sessions will be classic references for iOS app makers and all are available by subscription to Renaissance IO members.
Your Renaissance IO membership will help cover the cost of session videos, prepare for future events, and provide support for Open Radar, the community iOS and Mac issue reporting site that we created in 2008.
Renaissance IO 2013 membership includes:
Renaissance IO membership is $69 for the 2013 calendar year and runs through January 31, 2014.