What we're about

UX Talks is for people involved in the Product Design or UX Design of digital products. Be it design, research or content - or perhaps you are from an engineering or product background and want to learn more about design - we hope that you will learn, connect and be inspired by attending this group!

Our event is fast-paced, interactive and a great way to share knowledge with fellow designers and learn from industry leaders.

Past speakers have included people from technology companies both in Ireland and internationally such as: Microsoft, Google, Poppulo, Glofox, McKesson and many more!

Other (numerous!) ways to get in touch..
Email - hello@uxtalks.io
Website - https://www.uxtalks.io
Twitter - https://twitter.com/ux_talks
Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ux-talks

Upcoming events (2)

UX Talks - Q&A with Corey Moen (Webflow)

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This month we will be talking to Corey Moen a Senior Brand Design at Webflow and digital designer, Corey in his own words..

I'm a midwest family man with a love for design and front-end development. My deep desire to consistently learn from others, and my own experiences, fuel my skills to create brands visually, then develop them into reality with code and modern tools like Webflow. Every day I'm able to use these skills alongside honest people, towards inspiring goals, is a stellar day.

For more information check out Corey's Dribbble, Twitter or https://www.coreymoen.com/


  • 6:30pm Introduction
  • 6:40pm Q&A Session with Corey
  • 7:30pm Close

UX Talks August - Sunday Design Session

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Brew a coffee*, fire up your Figma and spend an hour and a bit on a Sunday in the company of fellow designers. We'll work on a fictional project brief or non-profit cause scoped to the time available and split into teams to design something together.

At the end we will have a short summary and critique session. The team with the best design will receive.. acclaim and admiration - possibly even a prize (Note: there may not be a prize!)

Reasons to spend valuable Sunday time designing:

  • Make new design friends outside your usual company/college/house - exchange notes, keyboard shortcuts, resources, fun facts
  • Get practice presenting and critiquing design work in a relaxed and safe environment
  • There is possibly no better way to learn design than pairing with another designer
  • Great way to get started on some work you can build on for your portfolio

All this and more from the relative comfort and safety of your own home!

*No tea allowed

Past events (27)

UX Talks - Q&A with Sarah Doody

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