Are you heading along to UX Scotland 2015? Held in Edinburgh this conference is aimed at those with an interest in user experience, service design and product development. This year’s conference is scheduled for the 11-12th of June with the pre-conference workshop happening on the 10th of June – check out the full programme on the conference website.
Whenever a programme’s released, I try and nail down what I’ll be attending in advance. However, this year’s line-up is making this trickier than usual. So, here’s what we’re looking forward to:
Pre-conference workshop: 10th June
Dan Saffer’s pre-conference workshop, Microinteractions: a workshop on how to design details, looks awesome too! I can’t make the Wednesday, so I’ll have to console myself with a copy of the book.
Day 1: 11th June
User Experience Branding: How to design products that create loyal customers
Using a Manifesto for Accessible User Experience as a Vehicle for Change
How we transformed Google’s 5 day design sprint into our product discovery ultra marathon
Day 2: 12th June
Fading money: the future of home banking and financial services
A UX Journey into the world of early drug discovery
Using pop-up innovation labs to reduce the gap between idea and execution
Get your tickets?
UX Scotland isn’t the biggest so to avoid missing out you need to book soon. If you book your ticket on Eventbrite before the 8th of May (all prices exc. VAT) tickets cost:
1 day = £190
2 day = £385
2 day + workshop = £545
Be seeing you there
We’ll definitely be attending the full conference, so if you’re heading along too, do reach out and say hello. Also for any of you travelling from further afield, do feel free to get in touch if you need any local recommendations!