• The UX Conference February 2019 in London

    Tobacco Dock

    £299.00

    The User Experience Design Conference in London bringing designers, developers, business stakeholders, researchers and marketing specialists together. To book tickets please visit https://theuxconf.com. Watch highlights video from our September 2018 conference: https://youtu.be/j2dc52_UjCw What's On in February 2019: ............................................. The theme of the conference on February 21st 2019 in London is designers and marketing, helping businesses grow. We've invited amazing speakers from LEGO Conde Nast, Booking.com, Monzo, Canonical, Ocado, Which?, Automattic, Virgin Atlantic and others. The event is organised by The School of UX https://schoolofux.com/. Any questions – just email us at [masked]. 09:15–10:00 Registration & Coffee 10:00–10:35 'UX & Marketing – You’re More Alike than You Think' Martyn Reding Virgin Atlantic 10:45–11:15 'Breaking Out of the UX Bubble' Chimmy Kalu Condé Nast 11:25–11:55 'UX & Marketing in FinTech' Jessica Lascar Monzo 12:00–13:00 Lunch break 13:00–13:30 'How to Target UX to Different Psychographics' Patrick Fagan Brainchimp 13:40–14:10 'Designing the Spaces in Between' Angela Arnold Which? 14:20–14:50 'UX & Marketing in Operating Systems' Francesca Granato previously at Canonical 15:00–15:30 'The Opportunities of Open Source' Tammie Liste Automattic 15:30–16:10 Coffee break 16:10–16:40 'Not Business as Usual' Morten Post Lüneborg LEGO 16:50–17:20 'It’s Not You, It’s UX' Anat Treanor Ocado Technology 17:30–18:00 'Growing a Business with UX, but Not Chasing Money' Jessica Lovegood previously at Booking.com Venue: .......... The conference will run at Tobacco Dock on Wapping Lane, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 2SF. It's a 5-minute walk from Wapping overground or Shadwell DLR stations. What Our Guests Say: ................................... We've successfully run The UX Conference in London for the past 3 years and had plenty of happy guests. Watch highlights from our previous conference: https://youtu.be/j2dc52_UjCw “Great speakers, nice size and location I had a really good time and learned a lot. It's probably the most productive conference for me this year. It was very well organised!” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Nikita Chong Senior Software Developer, SAP “The conference was very impressive. I have been relying many of the discussion points at work this week. Some very insightful and useful experiences shared.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Finn MacLean Lead UX Designer, Warner Music Group “Great day at #TheUXConf! As a student it was inspiring to immerse myself in the UX world with peers and experts.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Stuart Arnott MSc HCI Student, UCL “It was a fantastic conference. Learnt heaps and was a lot of fun. Everything started on time and really liked the panel discussions. Great to hear different point of views.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Karen Chen Graphic Designer, Freelance Questions, partnership? ................................... Just email us at [masked].

  • The UX Conference September 2018 in London

    The Design Museum

    The User Experience Design Conference in London bringing designers and researchers together. The theme of the conference on September 7th 2018 in London is collaboration between designers and researchers in User Experience design. It'll be a day to remember with fantastic speakers from Microsoft, Facebook, Spotify, Tobii, NHS and others. For more details please visit http://theuxconf.com/sep2018. The conference is organised by The School of UX. Any questions – just email us at [masked]. What Our Guests Say: .................................... We've successfully run The UX Conference in London on June 13th in 2017 and on February 20th 2018 and had plenty of happy guests. Watch highlights from our previous conferences: https://youtu.be/tno7fJXot8g and https://youtu.be/Ey2Zj-4Bnvw “Great speakers, nice size and location I had a really good time and learned a lot. It's probably the most productive conference for me this year. It was very well organised!” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Nikita Chong Senior Software Developer, SAP “The conference was very impressive. I have been relying many of the discussion points at work this week. Some very insightful and useful experiences shared.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Finn MacLean Lead UX Designer, Warner Music Group “Great day at #TheUXConf! As a student it was inspiring to immerse myself in the UX world with peers and experts.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Stuart Arnott MSc HCI Student, UCL “It was a fantastic conference. Learnt heaps and was a lot of fun. Everything started on time and really liked the panel discussions. Great to hear different point of views.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Karen Chen Graphic Designer, Freelance

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  • The UX Conference 2018 in London

    Canada Water Culture Space

    £149.00

    The User Experience Design conference in London for designers & business stakeholders to understand UX and each other better. We’ll be exploring how to improve collaboration between designers and business stakeholders. With such an amazing line-up of speakers from Uber, LexisNexis, British Gas, Natalka Design, Moo, Deliveroo, Transport for London and Salesforce, it’ll be an insightful day of practical UX design talks for every designer, from junior to senior. For more details and to book your tickets please visit theuxconf.com (http://theuxconf.com/) (£149 for students, £199 super early bird, £299 regular). Watch highlights from our previous conference (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ey2Zj-4Bnvw). What's On in 2018: 9:15–10:00 Registration & Breakfast 10:00–10:30 Keynote Joost van der Ree, Uber 10:40–11:10 Legal & UX Onwah Tsang, LexisNexis 11:20–11:50 From Coffee Shop to the Lab Ben Franck, British Gas 12:00–13:00 Lunch Leadbelly's restaurant 13:00–13:30 Visual Storytelling Natalia Talkowska, Natalka Design 13:40–14:10 Good UX vs. Dark UX Tom Nicholls, Bookatable 14:20–14:50 Resolving Conflicts Byron Fernandes and Melanie Hambarsoomian, Moo 15:00–15:30 Coffee break 15:30–16:00 Experimenting at Scale James Storer, Deliveroo 16:10–16:40 Showing the Value of UX Alex Tatner, TfL 16:50–17:20 Speaking the Same Language Robert Fransgaard, Salesforce 16:50–17:20 Drinks Leadbelly's bar Where: The course will run at Canada Water Library, just opposite Canada Water tube station on Jubilee Line (2 stops away from London Bridge). If you can't make it in person we've got video recording available. What Our Guests Say: We've successfully run The UX Conference in London on June 13th in 2017 and had plenty of happy guests. Watch highlights from our previous conference (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ey2Zj-4Bnvw). “Great speakers, nice size and location I had a really good time and learned a lot. It's probably the most productive conference for me this year. It was very well organised!” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Nikita Chong Senior Software Developer, SAP “The conference was very impressive. I have been relying many of the discussion points at work this week. Some very insightful and useful experiences shared.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Finn MacLean Lead UX Designer, Warner Music Group “Great day at #TheUXConf! As a student it was inspiring to immerse myself in the UX world with peers and experts.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Stuart Arnott MSc HCI Student, UCL “It was a fantastic conference. Learnt heaps and was a lot of fun. Everything started on time and really liked the panel discussions. Great to hear different point of views.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Karen Chen Graphic Designer, Freelance Our Partners & Friends: The conference is organised by The School of UX (http://schoolofux.com/). Big thanks to our partners and friends for their support: Balsamiq (https://balsamiq.com/), Axure (https://www.axure.com/), Loop11 (https://www.loop11.com/), UsabilityHub (https://usabilityhub.com/), Optimal Workshop (https://www.optimalworkshop.com/). Any questions – just email us at [masked] .

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  • The UX Conference in London

    Canada Water Culture Space

    The User Experience Design conference in London for designers & developers to understand UX and each other better. An inspiring day of practical UX design talks & hands-on workshops for designers & developers. From creating chatbots, running UX research and experience maps to managing teams, versioning design and rapid prototyping. For details and tickets please visit www.theuxconf.com (http://theuxconf.com/). The event is run by professional designers & developers with over 40 combined years of experience working with the below companies: WHAT'S ON: 10:00–11:00 Breakfast Chat: What’s Next in UX? Panel discussion with all the speakers on what’s up and coming in User Experience design, followed by QnA with the audience. 11:00–12:00 Getting the Basics Right Doing research as a team sport, providing actionable insights and support to other teams, learning and translating the processes into sharable easy to use tools and methods. Lunch & networking 13:00–14:00 Conversational Design Why choose to design a bot, examples of failed and successful bots, what design principles to consider and how to design for CD & bots? 14:00–15:00 Managing UX Teams Practical tips on how to become a UX manager, how to be a good one, and how to find out whether you really want to do that. 14:00–15:00 Workshop: Experience Maps Learn how to create an experience map in this hands-on workshop led by a professional UX designer. Coffee break 15:30–16:30 Versioning Your Design How to improve collaboration between designers and developers by using versioning systems and automating UX QA. 15:30–16:30 Workshop: Card Sorting Interactive hands-on workshop on card sorting – why you should use it, when is it helpful, how do you carry it out. 16:30–17:30 Fake it Before You Make It Tips & tricks on rapid prototyping, from paper to in-browser, and how Lean UX approach can save time and money. WHO'S RUNNING IT: We are professional UX & UI designers with 40 combined years of experience working with companies like Microsoft, British Gas, Heathrow, Universal, Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Trainline, Telerik, School of UX, Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas to name a few. Any questions – just email us at [masked] . WHERE: The course will run at Canada Water Culture Space, just opposite Canada Water tube station on Jubilee Line (2 stops away from London Bridge). If you can't make it in person we've got video recording available.

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