Join best of breed practitioners from the vast field of product development: UX Strategists, Researchers, Designers, Product Managers, Startup Founders, Business Analysts, Product & Service Designers, Conversion Managers, Marketing Specialists from Poland and other parts of Europe. People who build products used by millions of customers each day. There are no gurus, everyone learns from each other.
Throughout the day, we’re expecting to host over 50 barcamp sessions. Spread across 6 rooms, practitioners from the vast field of design will run their sessions in various formats.
There is no pre-arranged agenda or theme. Participants arrive on the day with topics they intend to cover. You can take part in sessions on a wide array of subjects like: UX, IA, research, service design, interaction design, product scaling or conversion. You’ll likely want to clone yourself right there and then to participate in sessions run at the same time.
UXcamp is no different from any other barcamps out there. We start the day from getting all session hosts to put their topics on a barcamp board – a big matrix of sessions. In total there will be 8 rounds of sessions run concurrently in 6 rooms. Before each round, presenters will quickly pitch their sessions to everyone, so we can make a better decision on what session to go to. Each session lasts up to 30 minutes, including time for questions. If you’re planning to run a session, make sure to finish early enough to make time for questions.300
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if you wish to do so. You might experience a) an up to 14 days delay in processing the refund b) intermittent waves of regrets and second-thoughts.
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