UX People is the creation of Zebra People, Britain’s first ever recruitment consultancy to focus specifically on user experience resourcing solutions.
UX People is currently holding its fifth event, allowing practitioners an opportunity to learn, develop and hone their skill sets from some of the leading UX professionals in the industry.
By meeting around 400 UX candidates, attending around 100+ UX focused client meetings a year we get a pretty clear picture of the UX market. One thing we started to notice was that there was a general feeling of a lack of affordable practical training out there. This testimony, combined with the fact that we wanted to promote the awesome UK User Experience industry, brought about the first UX People, and here we are hosting our fifth event.
We’re always interested in hearing from new speakers, we’re committed to helping rising stars become the world-class speakers of tomorrow. Don’t worry if you’ve never spoken at a conference before, if you’ve got something to say then we’re interested in hearing it.
If you’d like to discuss more about presenting at a future UX People please contact Kinga Mrozowska at email@example.com or call on 0207 729 4771.
UX People 2012
This year’s UX People brings together a fantastic array of talks and workshops from some of the leading UX consultants in their fields.
The event will offer practical learning, hands on workshops and presentations with real life working case studies too giving you plenty of tips and techniques to take away to implement in your day to day work.
This year the event is delivered by a wide variety of speakers and presenters from Twitter, LBI, BSkyB, Albion, British Council and Which?, as well as leading consultants from the UX industry.
Opportunity to hear talks from Cennydd Bowles, Product Designer at Twitter talking about what comes after UX, to learning about how to design responsively from Martin Belam, Principal Consultant at Emblem and ex lead UX at the Guardian.
Check out the rest of the amazing programme at uxpeople.co.uk/2012/programme