UX in the City: Manchester 2017

A new, practical User Experience event for the North of England

4 5 May 2017

Organised by the team behind UX Cambridge and UX Scotland, UX in the City: Manchester is a new, low-cost, high-value event for the User Experience community.

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.

Call for Speakers, Keynote announcements and super early-bird tickets coming soon.

4 speakers

More speakers still to be announced

  • David Sloan @sloandr UX in the City: Manchester speaker
  • Darci D @DarciD UX in the City: Manchester speaker
  • Ben Sauer @bensauer UX in the City: Manchester speaker
  • Donna Lichaw @dlichaw UX in the City: Manchester keynote speaker

14 known attendees

  • Andre Jay Meissner
  • Matt Rider
  • Adrian Howard
  • Joe Leech
  • Matthew Standage
  • Mark Dalgarno
  • david sloan
  • Jacqui Davidson
  • Darci D
  • Emilie Smith
  • Ben Sauer
  • Donna Lichaw
  • Cara Hanman
  • uxcitymcr

15 people tracking this event

  • Matt Nixon
  • Tim Caynes
  • Dan Donald
  • UXCampBrighton
  • Will Howells
  • Neil Cooper
  • Rick Harlow
  • James Reeve
  • Luke
  • Kae Kohl
  • Vitaly Friedman
  • Jay
  • Richard Rutter
  • Jack Sheppard
  • Yohan Creemers

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Staff

  • Cara Hanman @CaraHanman

    Event marketing and sponsorship contact

  • Emilie Smith @EmilieSmith01

    Event super-admin

  • Jacqui Davidson @JacquiDDavidson

    Event Producer - participant and venue contact

  • Mark Dalgarno @MarkDalgarno

    Event organiser and programme chair

  • uxcitymcr @uxcitymcr

    Official conference Twitter account #uxcityMCR


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Related books

  • Web Form Design
  • What Is Web Design?
  • Design for the Mind
  • Intertwingled: Information Changes Everything
  • Beginning Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3
  • Reframing Information Architecture (Human-Computer Interaction Series)

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