UXLx: User Experience Lisbon is happening again 4 to 6 June 2014 and we'd like to give every IxDA'er a discount code like we do every year. Just use discount code IXDAUXLX14 when buying to get 10% off.
Just to let you know that the UXLx Lightning Talks submission process is underway. If you're coming to UXLX and you're excited about a new technique you came up with, have interesting case studies to show or just want to share your extensive experience in a niche topic, this is your platform. And yes, you'll be joining a fantastic programme and the best speakers around.
Hi fellow IxDAers! UXLx is happening again this year on May 16 to 18 in sunny Lisbon, Portugal. Again, we're accepting submissions for talks until January 27. So, if the new year's sparked some new ideas in your head or you're the leading expert in really really niche topic, or you just want to show off your brand-spanking new technique, this is the place to do it. 500 fellow peeps from more than 30 different countries around the world will be watching.
Just a friendly reminder that the UX Lx: User Experience Lisbon lightning talk submissions end on 15 December 2010. So, if you're holding onto great research findings or itching to share your groundbreaking ideas before an international audience of your peers, now is your chance:
I'd love to see a lot of submissions coming from you guys!
Just wanted to invite everyone who's holding on to great research findings or really cool case studies, or even radical new theories in the field of UX and IxD to submit a presentation for UXLx: User Experience Lisbon 2011. This is your chance to present to an international audience of 500 people from all over the world.
Just as a reminder to everyone, "UX Lx: User Experience Lisbon"
Early Bird registration period ends this week (February 28). Coming
March ticket prices will increase 200 Euros. IxDA Members discount
UX Lisbon is set for May 12 to 14 in Lisbon, Portugal. We are going
to have 28 talks and 16 workshops with world renowned, top industry
speakers: Steve Krug, Peter Merholz, Jared Spool, Luke Wroblewski,
Dan Saffer, Donna Spencer, Bill Scott, Eric Reiss, Brian Fling and
many more. All of them are going to give both a talk and a half-day
Just a quick reminder for all of you that UX Lx: User Experience
Lisbon talk submissions close this Sunday, January 31st. So if
you're holding onto great research findings, case studies or simply
if you have groundbreaking ideas, don't miss out and submit your
talk before the deadline ends.
UX Lx is 3 day event focused on all topics User Experience and will
take place in the beautifully sunny city of Lisbon, Portugal from May
12 to 14 2010.
Just to let everyone know that UX Lx (User Experience Lisbon) has now
opened submissions for the 12 Open Sessions slots. Submissions are
open until the end of January 2010 and will then be chosen by the UX
Lx organizing committee.
This is a perfect opportunity for you fellow IxDAers to present your
ideas, research and findings before an international audience and
amongst industry leaders. And in the beautiful, sunny city of Lisbon,
I hope to see a lot of submissions coming from fellow IxDA members.
Just wanted to tell everyone that the UX Lx website is now live and
tickets are on sale. User Experience Lisbon is a 3 day event on May
12 to 14 2010, filled with thought-provoking talks and hands-on
We signed up top speakers in the industry like Jared Spool, Peter
Merholz, Luke Wroblewski, Dan Saffer, Donna Spencer, Dana Chisnell,
Brian Fling and Bill Scott and we still have more to come.
I'm setting up a 3-day UX conference in Lisbon, Portugal next year,
where many topics such as IA, Usability and IxD will be covered and I
would welcome your feedback on the following:
- What would make you travel to Portugal for such a conference?
- Is the ticket price a decisive factor? If yes, what's the maximum
price you would pay?
- Is including the plane ticket and accommodation on the conference
ticket price something that would help you decide to come?
- Who would you like to see as a speaker?
- Do you prefer to listen to talks or attend workshops or both?