5 Reasons You Need to Attend the UI19 Conference

Attending the UI19 Conference in Boston, MA October 27-29 will be one of the best UX training events you have ever attended. Here are 5 reasons why.  1. Learn from the best UX experts sharing critical skills, tools, & techniques  You’ll choose two daylong workshops that dive deep into topics necessary to create delightful user experiences. Plus you’ll have an opportunity to hear from the workshop leaders during the Tuesday, 90-minute talks. 2. Spend time among the brightest minds in UX ready to answer your questions The workshop leaders are there for you. Attendees tell us things like, “The workshops and speeches are extremely useful and inspiring.” “The accessibility of the different speakers. I can literally walk up, get a handshake, say hi, and talk.” 3. Meet with your peers to discuss your successes and challenges UI18 attendees have said, “It was an environment where one could actually have real conversations with experts and meet people in the field.” And “Casual, very welcoming, very professional.” As well as “It was exciting to meet so many UX professionals from around the world.” 4. Leave the conference with practical, actionable “stuff” You’ll quickly integrate tips and tricks into your everyday workflow. With your new found learning, you’ll empower your coworkers and clients by sharing great advice, direction, and new skills. 5. Your learning starts the moment you register With your registration, you’ll have a year of access to All You Can Learn by UIE. With more than 160 virtual seminar recordings and past conference recordings, you don’t have to wait until October to improve your UX skill set.   “There is...

Laying Out the Costs to Your Boss for You to Attend the UX Immersion Mobile Conference

There are likely two main pieces of information your boss needs to decide whether or not to send you to the UX Immersion 2013 Mobile Conference (in Denver, CO April 7-9). Cost and benefits. In this second post of our 2 part series, we’ll cover cost. The first post covers the benefits of attending. There’s no way around it, conferences can be expensive. You need to consider more than just the registration fee when presenting the costs to your boss. Breakdown of prices We summarize this information in a table at the bottom. Registration – The current price is $1,989. But if you use the promotion code BLOG300 you’ll get a $300 discount. The next price jump goes to $2,289 starting March 15. (Depending on the circumstance, we’ve been known to give greater discounts. Contact us at events@uie.com) Hotel arrangements – We’ve secured a special group rate of $179.00/night plus tax at the Denver Marriott City Center hotel. This is the conference hotel, so by staying here, you’ll avoid daily transportation costs. There are other hotels in the surrounding area at various prices. Explore additional options at Hotels.com or Orbitz.com. Be aware that hotel rooms booked on these sites may not refund you if you cancel. To keep your cost down, you’ll want to find a hotel within walking distance of the Marriott. Flights – Flight cost varies depending on day of week, location, and number of stops. Flying out of a major hub typically gives you more airlines, times, and non-stop options. However, non-stop flights are often more expensive. Save yourself money by looking into flights that have...