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State of the Browser

Saturday, 30 October 2021
Conway Hall, London

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Welcome to the ninth edition of State of the Browser, a yearly conference organised by London Web Standards. A one-day, single-track conference with widely varying talks about the modern web, accessibility, web standards and more.

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Tickets

This year we have a range of tickets:

IRL Ticket (£30)
This ticket will get you a seat at Conway Hall, providing the pandemic rules allow us to be there. If we are unable to hold the conference in-person, your ticket will become a Virtual Ticket. We apologise, but we can not refund the difference as we still need to pay for the venue. If you are not happy to take the risk, buy a virtual ticket instead.
Virtual Ticket (£15)
This ticket will get you access to a live stream of the event and access to the event Discord where you will be able to interact with other attendees, speakers, and organisers.
IRL Diversity Ticket (£50)
This includes 2 tickets: one for yourself and one for another person who needs help getting a ticket to the event IRL. These tickets will get you both a seat at Conway Hall, providing the rules say we can be there, if not your tickets will become virtual tickets. We are sorry but we can not refund the difference as we still need to pay for the venue. If you are not happy to take the risk buy virtual tickets instead.
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Virtual Diversity Ticket (£20)
This includes 2 tickets: one for yourself and one for another person who needs help getting a ticket to the event virtually.
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Helper Ticket (£40)
This is the ticket you need if you think, Wow this is cheap, and you want to help out by donating an extra £10.

All of the tickets get you exactly the same on the day.

Those that choose a Diversity or Helper ticket will get a mention here, on the website, if you wish.

London Web Standards

London Web Standards Logo London Web Standards brings together web professionals who are working for a better web. Our monthly meetups provide them with an opportunity to teach, inspire, learn, network and debate.

Each meetup features a speaker drawn from our membership or the wider standards community. The talks cover a range of topics including HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, accessibility, web fonts, UX and front-end performance.