Here are our handy pointers to help you get the most out of Singapore Indesign.
September 30th, 2014
#1 Registration If you didn’t make it in time for online registration, you can still register at any participating showroom or at the Curated Space at Red Dot Design Museum (28 Maxwell Road) during the event. Once you’ve registered, you will have an all-access-pass to all showrooms and their activities on the day (10am – 6pm), except invite-only events. Registration also provides you with free all-day travel on our hop-on, hop-off shuttle buses. #2 Read Our Event Guide To Get More Design For Your Time Download the Singapore Indesign 2014 Event Guide as a PDF here to get a sneak preview of what’s happening on 4 Oct. Our event handbook will also be available at all venues during Singapore Indesign (while stocks last). Take note of the timed events and plan your own design adventure! #3 Getting Around Is Easy You can begin your journey at any participating showroom, starting from 10am on 4 Oct. When you’re ready to see another showroom, hop onto the complimentary shuttle busses right at the front of each showroom. The buses run all day on Saturday in continuous loops, every 15 – 20 minutes, from 10am – 6pm. For a more stylish option, Uber offers new riders
a free first ride capped at $20. Simply download the Uber app on your phone and enter the promo code: “SGID” when booking your ride. #4 Stay Connected Follow us on our social media platforms to get live updates on exhibitor news, design giveaways and more. Facebook: /indesigntheevent Instagram: @indesigntheevent Twitter: @indesign_event Get in on the action by tagging your own snapshots of the day on Instagram: #SGID2014 #singaporeindesign #indesigntheevent
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