UX Cambridge 2013

The UX event for the East of England software, mobile and web communities.

4 6 September 2013

UX Cambridge is a community-driven, practical User Experience conference for software, mobile and web applications.

Connect and learn from your peers and leaders in the industry in a comfortable and exciting space and take away skills you can immediately use in your work.

We're extending the conference from 2 to 3 days in 2013. You can come for 1, 2 or 3 days of the event. Day 1 will consist of 1/2 day workshops. Days 2 & 3 will include keynotes, shorter workshops, tutorials and experience reports.

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30 speakers

  • Stephanie Rieger @stephanierieger UX Cambridge keynote speaker. Designer, writer, book-lover & closet anthropologist. Mostly focussed on the mobile web.
  • James Chudley @chudders UX Director at cxpartners and author of 'Smashing UX Design' and 'Usability of Web Photos'.
  • Paul-Jervis Heath @pauljervisheath Service designer. Digital product designer. Innovation Consultant. Principal at Modern Human. Building an innovation unit at University of Cambridge.
  • Caroline Jarrett Rosenfeld Media @cjforms
  • Lis Hubert @lishubert IA & Strategy Consultant making her way around NYC and beyond!
  • Heather Lynn Rose Jo @HLRJO
  • Tim Wilkinson @Tim_S_Wilkinson Tim Wilkinson is Senior Product Manager in the Biodiversity Informatics team at UNEP-WCMC in Cambridge
  • Rebecca Blakiston @blakistonr Librarian specializing in user experience, content strategy, writing for the web, instructional design, online learning, and campus engagement.

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28 sessions

1/2 Day Workshops Day 1 Wednesday 4th September 2013

Conference Day 2 Day 2 Thursday 5th September 2013

Conference Day 3 Day 3 Friday 6th September 2013

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  • Caroline Jarrett
  • Lis Hubert
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  • Tim Wilkinson
  • Rebecca Blakiston
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  • Bonny Colville-Hyde
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  • Michele Ide-Smith
  • Mike Atherton
  • Andy Parker
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  • Neil Turner
  • Paula de Matos
  • Jenny Cham
  • Thomas Wendt
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