The complete line-up for UX London

The line-up for UX London is now complete!

Two thematically-linked talks have been added to day one. Emma Parnell will be talking about the work she did with NHS Digital on the booking service for Covid-19 vaccinations. Videha Sharma—an NHS surgeon!—will be talking about co-designing and prototyping in healthcare.

There’s a bunch of new additions to day three. Amir Ansari will be talking about design systems in an enterprise setting and there’ll be two different workshops on design systems from John Bevan and Julia Belling.

But don’t worry; if design systems aren’t your jam, you’ve got options. Also on day three, Alastair Somerville will be getting tactile in his workshop on sensory UX. And Trenton Moss will be sharing his mind-control tricks in his workshop, “How to sell in your work to anyone.”

You can peruse the full schedule at your leisure. But don’t wait too long before getting your tickets. Standard pricing ends in ten days on Friday, June 3rd.

And don’t forget, you get quite a discount when you buy five or more tickets at a time so bring the whole team. UX London should be your off-site.

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Previously on this day

5 years ago I wrote A workshop on evaluating technology

A framework for choosing your web toolkit.

6 years ago I wrote Regressive Web Apps

Killing the web to save it.

7 years ago I wrote 100 words 063

Day sixty three.

11 years ago I wrote Topically hot

Am I hot topic or not? I want your suggestions for this year’s @media.

11 years ago I wrote The good new days

Everything new is old again.

15 years ago I wrote South Parking

In which I spend a day in the epicentre of geekdom.

16 years ago I wrote That syncing feeling

I’ve been getting my emails, contacts and calendars in order.

19 years ago I wrote Cameras are kryptonite to Starbucks

I had no idea when this picture was taken that I was opening myself up to a potential tirade from a Starbucks manager. Lawrence Lessig has the story: