As school is back in swing for students, the rest of us are knee-deep in work and industry events.
We are a part of – in some way – a lot of UX events this Fall and we would like to share with you some of our goings on. And hopefully we will see you around!
UX Masterclass Moscow – 21 September
ProtoShare is a proud sponsor. The concept behind UX Masterclass is to spread both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in usability and UX all over the world. UX Masterclass is conducted by the members of UXalliance in different countries. This conference is the sixth edition and will be conducted by UIDesign Group, the Russian partner of the UXalliance, in Moscow.
WebVisions Chicago – 26-29 September
Our own Andrew Mottaz is presenting a roundtable on Lean UX Thursday and Friday during the lunch hours in the Main Hall. WebVisions heads to Chicago and kicks off with studio tours, parties and networking events, followed by two full days of sessions, panels and keynotes and a full day of workshops.
Design Camp India – 29-30 September
ProtoShare is a proud sponsor and a company rep is attending. Design Camp India will provide the platform for interaction to designers & engage the design community over 2 days through Conference, Contest, Design Activities & Workshops.
CHIFOO & PDXUX Portland – 3 October
ProtoShare is a proud sponsor. If you’re in Portland, OR, don’t miss this talk by Amber Case of Geoloqi on Location as an invisible interface.
Sketchcamp San Diego – 6 October
ProtoShare is sponsoring. Sketchcamp SD, a one-day unconference in San Diego, where UX professionals share and learn sketching techniques that can be applied to user experience design.
InfoCamp Seattle – 13-14 October
ProtoShare is proudly sponsoring and our own Andrew Mottaz is attending. Do you want to discuss Lean UX or Prototyping at this unconference? It is an egalitarian, community-driven format in which the agenda is created during the event — so anyone can sign up to lead a session. It’s for everyone interested in user experience, information architecture, interaction design, user-centered design, information design, library & information science, online search, information management, informatics, and related fields.
Are there other UX events that you are looking forward to over the next couple of months? Share them in the comments section!