September 4-6th, 2013 | Churchill College, Cambridge UK
Practical, Hands-on User Experience Conference
Now in its 3rd year UX Cambridge 2013 is set to be our best year yet, with more workshops, more speakers and more ideas to stimulate the UX community.
High value, low cost event delivering honest learning you can use immediately. Actively learn, share experiences, & techniques. Prices start from £204.
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Coming to UX Cambridge means you're a part of the action. Discuss, practice & learn. Get ready to get your hands dirty.
You never know where a spark will come from to light an idea. UX Cambridge is about sharing, not about sitting passively through talk after talk. Our keynotes are the touchpaper that sets your day off.
For three decades, John Thackara has traveled the world looking for live examples of what a sustainable future can be like. He writes about these stories online, and in books; he uses them in talks and workshops for cities, universities, and business; and , as director of Doors Of Perception, he organizes social harvest festivals in which project leaders share experiences with each other. John is the author of a widely-read column at designobserver.com, and of the best-selling book In the Bubble: Designing In A Complex World.
He is a Senior Fellow of the Royal College of Art in London, and a Fellow of The Young Foundation, the UK’s social enterprise incubator. He chairs the World Design Forum in The Netherlands, and is a visiting professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York and the Ambedkar University Delhi, in India. He’s also an advisor to Banny Banerjee's Change Lab at Stanford University.
Stephanie is a designer, researcher and closet anthropologist with a passion for the many ways people interact with technology. A mobile industry veteran with a keen eye on emerging technologies she has created web and mobile experiences for companies such as Nokia, Microsoft, Intel, Phillips and the NHS. Stephanie speaks at conferences and teaches workshops on mobile design and strategy all over the world. She is also co-founder and one of the principals at Yiibu, a wee design consultancy based in Edinburgh.
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Full Conference Programme – 34 Sessions & Workshops ⇒ See Programme
UX Cambridge is aimed at User Experience designers, Usability professionals, Digital designers, and their managers. If you want to reach this community then please consider sponsoring or supporting the event.
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