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...

Atlanta UXers – Get Ready for a Day of UX Awesomeness

UX Thursday – The one and only local, full day conference designed just for user experience pros is on its way to Atlanta! UIE and Vitamin T have joined forces to bring you a great group of Atlanta UX luminaries for a day of real-life case studies. Plus you’ll hear two fantastic keynote presentations from Adam Connor of Mad*Pow and me. This is wonderful opportunity to spend quality time exchanging ideas with participants and presenters. (The number of attendees is limited to assure you’ll get quality time with both.) I’ll kick off the day with my keynote, “It’s a Great Time to Be A UX Designer” and then be joined by these kind (and knowledgeable) folks: Federico Holgado, Lead UX Developer, MailChimp Robert Hamburger, Senior User Experience Lead, CNN Melinda Baker, Digital Experience Architect, American Cancer Society Klemens Wengret, UX Architect, Turner Broadcasting Josh Cothran, User Experience Designer, Georgia Tech Research Institute Colleen Jones, Principal, Content Science Closing keynote from Adam Connor, Design Director, Mad*Pow But that’s not all. After hearing all these great talks, we’ve put together a social cocktail hour afterwards to discuss all the interesting ideas you heard throughout the event. All in all it’s an action packed day. Be sure to join us on February 20 (it’s a Thursday, if you hadn’t guessed!), but don’t wait until the last minute. Our Chicago and Detroit UX Thursday shows sold out in a jiffy. And at $99 for Early Birds through February 7, you’ve got no reason to miss it! Register now. Get more info over at the UXT...

Budgeting for 2014? Keep these events in mind

Are you budgeting for 2014? Do you you have some funds you need to spend before year’s end? Take a look at these incredible UX resources we have lined up for you and your team in the coming year. UX Mobile Immersion Conference April 7–9, 2014 Denver, CO Marriott Denver City Center The best mobile experiences follow users from one place to another no matter what device they use. We’ve assembled six of the top mobile UX experts in the world to show you how to create seamless and delightful experiences for your users. You do not want to miss out on learning from these folks through full-day workshops and one day of talks. Registration for the UXIM conference opens in mid-November and you can save money by registering early. But keep in mind that only 100 spots are available at the $1,389 rate. User Interface 19 Conference October 27–29, 2014 Boston, MA Renaissance Boston Hotel Sure we’re still working on next year’s UI19 topics and speakers for the 2 days of workshops and one day of featured talks but past history tells us workshops often sell out. Secure your spot and the workshops of your choice by registering now and you’ll also get the lowest possible rate of $1,389. That’s $300 off the regular conference price. If you’re interested in registering now, send us an email at events@uie.com, otherwise watch for special announcements in the spring of 2014 about this conference. Upcoming virtual Seminars for 2014 Instead of your team traveling to a training course, you can take advantage of the UIE Virtual Seminar program and hear the...