Customer Journey Mapping & User Research workshops as well as Mobile UX 300-second Lightning talks. If you’re in London this week, Mobile UX London 2016 is where you need to be.
Justinmind is proud to be partnering up with the lovely people at Mobile UX London 2016, who are bringing you an epic conference packed with all-things UX, Product, Design & Research. With over 200 professionals, including experts from Google, the Telegraph, IBM, the Guardian, there’s so much to look forward to at the second annual Mobile UX conference, taking place this Friday, November 25th 2016 in London.
When? Friday, November 25th 2016 9.30am-6.00pm
Where? Cecil Sharp House, Camden, NW1 7AY London
This year’s Conference host is Just Eat’s Principal UX Designer Sandra Gonzalez. Read up on our guest post with Sandra, where she sheds light on food tech, prototyping and philanthropic UX here. Speakers include JustGiving’s Head of UX, Hara Mihailidou who will talk about how mobile phones can change the world of giving and Amaya’s Senior UX/UI Manager, Peter Szabo who’ll discuss User Experience mapping and why every mobile app should start with one. Justinmind was lucky enough to speak with JustGiving’s Hara Mihailidou about the benefits of prototyping and good UX design in our world today prior to Mobile UX London 2016. You can find the full Q&A here. The line-up also includes Sabrina Duda, UX Researcher at the Ministry of Justice and Paola Miani, Head of Design Strategy at Lloyds Banking group among many other workshop speakers.
Apart from the first-class set of talks and workshops taking place, this year’s conferences includes a series of 300-second lightning talks. Curated by UX for Change and given by a diverse number of topics as well as speakers, the talks will examine how Mobile UX has changed communities, companies and individuals. The aim of the Mobile UX London Lighting Talks is to share, teach and inspire.
But wait! There’s even more. This year, Mobile UX London have organized a series of competitions with some awesome UX prizes lined up from conference attendees and sponsors. Justinmind is even giving away an annual licence worth £400! Find more info on the competitions and prizes here.
Mobile UX London takes place once a year, but the team is also involved in a series of Meet-ups related to all things UX: mobile UX, wearables, emerging trends, lean UX and loads more throughout the year.