About FFC

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Form Function & Class returns September 16!

Get ready for another jam-packed day of learning the latest, most important ideas in digital design & front-end, delivered to you by industry leaders in the Philippines, Asia, and the rest of the world.

The name of our conference alludes to the 3 elements of a website: <form> from HTML, function() from JavaScript, .class from CSS. It also refers to 3 concepts central to the craft: form, function, and continuous learning.

As previous FFC speaker Brad Frost wrote: “The bidirectional & interactive nature of the web adds many more dimensions to what constitutes good design. Speed, screen size, environment, technological capabilities, form-factor, ergonomics, usability, accessibility, context, and user preferences must be considered if we want to create great work for this brave new digital world.”

So at Form Function & Class, we aim to equip you with knowledge & techniques so you can create good design in all these different dimensions.

One participant described FFC as “the meatiest design-related conference” they’ve attended. It has also featured the likes of Rachel Nabors, Rico Sta. Cruz, Jina Bolton, Dan Matutina, John Allsopp, Sacha Greif.

See what happened last year!

Venue: The Globe Tower, Taguig

B1, The Globe Tower
32nd St. & 7th Ave.
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

How to get there

From EDSA Ayala

At the BGC Bus Terminal, take the East Route bus and alight at The Globe Tower bus stop. The building will be just a few meters away, across UnionBank.

From Market! Market!

Take the Central Route bus and alight at The Globe Tower bus stop. You can also walk from there! (1.4 km)

You can also check Sakay.ph ›

Nearby accommodations

More options available from Airbnb. (You can also stay in the Makati area, it’ll just take longer to get there.)

Code of Conduct

It is important for our event to have a professional, enjoyable, harassment-free atmosphere, so all participants (whether they are organizers, speakers, sponsors, crew, or delegates) are expected to abide by our Code of Conduct.


Philippine Web Designers Organization logo

The Philippine Web Designers Organization (PWDO) is a grassroots, volunteer-run, non-profit group that helps develop the local community by championing professionalism and excellence in crafting interfaces for the Web.

Want to be a volunteer at FFC 8? Apply here! Find any bugs on the site? Let us know!


  • Sophia Lucero

    Conference Chair

    Co-founder, external affairs, web director, copywriter

  • Kit Valmadrid

    Conference Chair

    HR head, community manager, production manager

  • Rock Gonzales

    Art Director

    Brand and design direction

  • Drei Alquiros

    Asst. Web Director

    Website development

  • Mae de Leon

    Board Advisor

  • Sarah Cada

    Event Anchor

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