Highlights from past conferences

Every conference of ours has a theme. Back in September 2018 at the iconic Design Museum in London we explored collaboration between UX designers and researchers. In February 2019 we've talked how designers can work better with marketers. See photos on Flickr and watch some of the talks on YouTube.

Whilst it’s popular to talk about the latest trends, our conferences have been focusing on what we think is the most challenging part of design – communication between each other: internal company politics, presenting value of design and speaking the same language with different stakeholders.

March 2020 theme:
Collaboration between UX, UI & Content Designers

Join our speakers with experience working in Abstract, Transport for London, OpenTable, Dyson, The Paciello Group, Nike, 1Password, Government Digital Service, Airbnb, Shopify, InVision, DuckDuckGo and others to explore how UX designers can work better with UI, content and graphic designers.

March 3rd

Day 2 – Hands-on Workshops

Practice what you've learnt at our hands-on workshops run by professional designers.

Please note, the event will be recorded on video. If you can't make it in person – feel free to order professional video recording as a ticket option. Although we do our best to stick to our original plan, speakers may change.

What our guests say

We've had a pleasure of hosting over 1000 guests coming from all over the world. You can read their reviews on TrustPilot.

“The UX Conference has been a great way to meet other designers in the UX field. Speakers have been really great. It's been awesome to get to network with other designers. And I highly encourage and recommend anyone who's wanting to get more into UX to come to this conference.”
★ ★ ★ ★
Photo of Karen Chen
Product Designer, Uber
“I was very impressed, the venue was excellent, the quality of speakers, the diversity of topics and their relevance were very well judged. Clearly this conference is growing in stature and being recognised as a must attend conference for anyone connected with UX.”
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Photo of Ian
Director of UX, Stibo Systems
“Great speakers, nice size and location I had a really good time and learned a lot. It's probably the most productive conference for me this year. It was very well organised!”
★ ★ ★ ★
Photo of Nikita
Nikita
Senior Software Developer, SAP
“The conference was very impressive. I have been relying many of the discussion points at work this week. Some very insightful and useful experiences shared.”
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Photo of Finn
Lead UX Designer, Warner Music Group
“Great day at #TheUXConf! As a student it was inspiring to immerse myself in the UX world with peers and experts.”
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Photo of Stuart
MSc HCI Student at UCL, Founder of Mindings
“It was a fantastic conference. Learnt heaps and was a lot of fun. Everything started on time and really liked the panel discussions. Great to hear different point of views.”
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Photo of Karen
Graphic Designer, karenchen.com

Venue

The conference will run at Tobacco Dock on Wapping Lane, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 2SF. It's a 5-minute walk from Wapping overground or Shadwell DLR stations.

Our Partners & Friends

The conference is organised by The School of UX. If you are interested in supporting our event – drop us an email.

Main sponsors

The School of UX logo

The School of UX runs short, affordable and hands-on UX design courses with career advice run by professional designers in London.

Media support by

Interaction Design Foundation logo

Online UX design courses and literature by design experts.