Formed in 2002 to unite web industry professionals across Australia, AWIA's purpose is to keep members up to date with news, events, resources and best practice, and to build trust and understanding of the Australian web industry.
AWIA has become one of the largest dedicated web industry associations of its kind in Australia. Our monthly networking meetings regularly attract 40-60 individuals from varying cross-sections of the web industry, our occasional speaking events have attracted 150-200 attendees each, and our online communities (Facebook, Twitter, Slack, LinkedIn and Meetups) have over 7,000 active participants and a total of over 40,000 posts.
Log in to manage your account and access member privileges. Check out the latest news, put the next event in your diary - and don't forget to submit your own. If you haven't received an AWIA Slack invitation email (and you are a member) let us know.
Do you have a product or service you'd like to expose to Australia's largest online community of web professionals? Be an AWIA sponsor. Simply email us to discuss your sponsorship ideas, and the opportunities we can provide.
The Australian Web Industry Directory is online!
Click here to find just the Australian web developer, designer, content strategist, UX expert, search marketer, specialist or generalist you're looking for.
Pub time to continue conversations at the Agincourt Hotel
Beer is provided courtesy of Fishburners.
Pizza is provided courtesy of Envato.
Welcome to the Parramatta chapter of the WP Sydney Meetup. Our venue can easily cater to 30 or more guests. Includes a large projector screen, free WIFI and only a stone’s throw away from a great little cafe serving freshly roasted coffee beans for a gold coin donation which I would urge you to help me support. We will be catering pizza at this event.
Port80 is open to AWIA members and other web industry professionals; designers, developers, suits, sys admins and web hosts.
It’s run by the Australian Web Industry Association. Founded in 2002, Port80 is proud of its informal meetings – no long speeches, no admission fees, no forced networking. Just an interesting talk, great discussion, a few drinks and the chance to meet others in your industry.
Meet geeks. Talk to people whose eyes do not glaze over. Listen to experts, be an expert, mix with your peers. Join us to help educate the market and for your own professional development.Learn more +
Commitment to our web industry guidelines is required for membership of AWIA, and shows that our members are ethical and accountable. Show everyone you're one of the good guys.Learn more +
Our biannual conference is an opportunity to expose AWIA members and other interested parties to innovative practices, creative thinking and some of what the web will turn in to over time.Learn more +
The Australian Web Awards showcase outstanding work by Australian web designers and developers, aiming to promote the industry, champion web standards and acknowledge excellence.Learn more +