UX In The City 2016

Monday 4th April 2016

I was very happy to attend the very first UX in the City 2016 conference in Oxford last week. The two day conference was held at the Said Business Center, Oxford and was run and was co-organised by the team behind UX Cambridge, UX Scotland and the organisers of UX Oxford. The conference offered an excellent opportunity for UX practitioners, and those aspired to learn more, to share ideas and insights about the import task of creating richer and better user experiences.

Many interesting topic were discussed throughout the conference including a Keynote by Kelly Goto(@go2girl) on “Mapping Emotion to Experience” and a Keynote by Jeroen van Geel (@jeroenvangeel) on “Pitching ideas: How to sell your ideas to others”.

As my first conference I was really impressed by the quality and variety of the speakers on offer. You can see that the The UX in the City team had put a lot of thought into the planning of the day with a variety of case studies, tutorials and workshops. Topics ranged from how to run Killer Workshops run by Darci Dutcher (@DarciD) to Psychological persuasion in design by Jack Josephy (@JackJosephy)

All in all the conference was a rich and thought provoking experience and offers a fantastic opportunity to learn and develop UX knowledge. 

by Lloyd Sutton (@lloydsutton)
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