UX in the City: Oxford 2017

A practical, community-driven User Experience event in the heart of Oxford

20 21 April 2017

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Co-organised by the team behind UX Cambridge and UX Scotland , and the organisers of UX Oxford, UX in the City: Oxford is a low-cost, high-value event for the User Experience community. Now in year 2, we expect the conference to be bigger and better than our 2016 event.

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.

1 speaker

  • msjaneaustin @msjaneaustin UX in the City: Oxford Keynote Speaker

9 known attendees

  • Matthew Standage
  • Tim Caynes
  • Westley Knight
  • David Sheff Barker
  • msjaneaustin
  • Mark Dalgarno
  • Sarah Dodd
  • Allison
  • UXitC: Oxford

20 people tracking this event

  • UXCampBrighton
  • Frank Sedivy
  • Nico Macdonald
  • Jennifer Mackown
  • Thomas Summers
  • Matt McGlothlin
  • Mike Dunn
  • Patrick Mooney
  • Raquel Paiva Godinho
  • Ashley Porciuncula
  • James Reeve
  • Björn Brockmann
  • Richard Rutter
  • alberta soranzo
  • Mark Van Parijs
  • Diviyesh Patel
  • Jan-Willem van Veelen
  • Nick van der Linde
  • Victoria
  • Zokxx

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  • Allison Beaumont @AlliBeaum

    Event Producer - participant and venue contact

  • Mark Dalgarno @MarkDalgarno

    Conference organiser and programme co-chair

  • Sarah Dodd @SarahDoddle

    Event sponsorship and marketing

  • UX in the City @uxcityox

    Official conference Twitter account #uxcityOx

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  • 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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