Design Conferences 2019

UX, UI, Interaction, Product Design & Research

80 conferences

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May 2019

May 29, 9:00 AM - May 31, 5:00 PM

London 🇬🇧

£1158 for 3 days

A fantastic three-day event for UX designers. We bring engaging industry leaders from around the world to present a combination of inspirational talks and lively, hands-on workshops.

Learn from the authors, founders, directors and designers who are helping shape the industry and push it forward.

oin us at Trinity Laban, the perfect place to unlock your creativity - Normally it’s a dance school but for 3 days we get to fill the halls and studios with UX chatter.

June 2019

June 24, 10:00 AM - June 28, 6:00 PM

London 🇬🇧

£2394 for 5 days

From Sonic Branding to VR and AR – explore how leading brands are disrupting the industry using new channels and evolving technologies. Discover the most innovative approaches to brand strategy from the world-class creative and advertising agencies.

The programme includes talks, round-table discussions, fireside chats, mini-workshops, studio visits and case study deep dives. With topics ranging from trend forecasting, brand innovation and new tech to custom typography, SMM and design trends.

August 2019

August 12, 10:00 AM - August 16, 6:00 PM

London 🇬🇧

£2394 for 5 days

Create experiences that people will fall in love with.

Get inspiration for your current projects and advice on how to build a design team of your dreams. Find out the secrets of what makes products successful and what mistakes companies made when they were building new services.

During a whole week you’ll immerse yourself into London's tech and creative industry exploring the hottest trends and latest inventions.

October 2019

October 31, 8:00 AM - November 1, 5:00 PM

London 🇬🇧

£540 for 2 days

Every year, 600 curious makers come hear honest stories, meet friendly people and eat great food together. Hopefully see you there!

9 speakers will share in-depth stories on how they addressed specific challenges within their organisation.

Building great products is hard. In 2015, the two of us started JAM to learn from those who've been there and done it. Over the years, what started as a side project has turned into the unmissable rendez-vous for product people.

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