From the people who brought you World Information Architecture Day Wellington (that's us), comes an experience that you and your team won't want to miss!
Apologies for the movie theme introduction, I'm trying to make it feel epic. EPIC. All my New Zealand people, please say hello to 'UX New Zealand 2015'. Yes, it's back!
Optimal Workshop is absolutely thrilled to be organising this year's UX New Zealand conference. We love getting the good people of UX, like you, and you, and you.. together in one place, sharing wisdomses and absorbing all the UX — which is exactly what we want this conference to be — about you.
We'll bring in some of the best UX presenters from around the world and from our local community. You'll be just as excited about the people we'll hear from as I am, I promise. Next week we'll get the official UX New Zealand website up with a little more information (and early bird tickets). But here's the raw basics so you can start telling your boss, workmates, students, friends, pets. Everyone. Bring them all. Everyone could do with more UX'n.
3 glorious days: Wed-Fri, 28-30 October 2015
One day (28 Oct) of hands-on workshops focusing on practical skills to help you get started, learn new techniques and explore ideas in detail.
Two full days (29/30 Oct) of inspiring presentations full of practical skills, methods and case studies.
New Zealand's national museum, the beautiful Te Papa building in Wellington. They have excellent conference facilities and services, and lots of space.
You! If you are in a role where your design and ideas ultimately affect the way a person experiences your product, then this is the conference you.
Got ideas on who you want to see and hear at this conference (pimp'n yourself is totally ok), or ideas and comment? PLEASE, email our Community Manager: email@example.com
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