Ladies that UX Amsterdam is a welcoming and inclusive community that aims to promote female talent and increase female visibility. Our community is inclusive to all background, gender, age, race, and expertise.
Our goal is to create a space for women in UX and tech scene of all levels to engage and talk about their experiences, both positive and negative, and get the support and inspiration that they are looking for.
We run different get-togethers: sometimes with a speaker or a theme, sometimes we will just eat, drink, and see where the conversation goes. The one thing we can guarantee is that you won’t feel pressured to present.
The atmosphere is relaxed and informal. If you want help with a particular UX challenge, you’ll find plenty of willing problem-solvers.
The story began in 2013 when Colman Walsh founded UXTraining.com, a specialist provider of user experience and design thinking training. Hugely popular, our training arm delivers classroom-based training in cities and companies across Europe and North America. In 2017, we established the UX Design Institute, which has a broader remit to deliver in-depth UX education and certification. Our goal is to bridge the global skills gap in UX design, and to provide a career pathway for UX designers.
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I organize a conference/event that your members might be interested. How can we work together?
We love to establish mutually beneficial relationships with local and international events. As we get partnership requests weekly, we've put together a Partner's Guide (https://bit.ly/2mv51Wh) that details what's required and how to move forward.
I'm looking for female speakers for my conference/event. Can you help?
That's great and we'd love to help! Just get in touch with us.
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We receive such requests very frequently. Out of respect for our members and to keep the email communications relevant and high quality, please get in touch with us
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