The conference 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, style guides and experience maps to managing teams, versioning design and rapid prototyping. For more details please visit www.theuxconf.com. Run by professional designers & developers with over 40 combined years of experience working with the below companies:
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.
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
Why choose to design a bot, examples of failed and successful bots, what design principles to consider and how to design for CD & bots?
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.
Workshop: Experience Maps
Learn how to create an experience map in this hands-on workshop led by a professional UX designer.
Versioning Your Design
How to improve collaboration between designers and developers by using versioning systems and automating UX QA.
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.
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 email@example.com.
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.