UX Utsav: A Two Day User Experience Design Conference
There have been many discussions lately wherein technology is being trumped by design when it comes to developing a product with the user in mind. Rohit Singhal from Sourcebits, in one of the interviews brought forth a very powerful mantra: “User interface and design are more important than engineering”. So, User Experience Design is a definitely a very important factor, especially for startups in India. Keeping this in mind, UX Utsav has tried to provide an opportunity to fill this knowledge gap. Attendees will be taught via practical, in-depth workshops and seminars, and will leave with the necessary skills to create compelling and positive user experiences.
Giles Colborne: Managing Director at user-centric design agency cxpartners and the author of Simple and Usable – a book about web, mobile and interaction design. Giles will share his expertise in a talk about Mobile Web Experience and will give a workshop on Designing Mobile Interaction.
Eewei Chen pioneered the first secure online musical distribution service as well as the first online music publication (nme.com). He is now the Solution Design Director at BSkyB where he comes up with cool new prototypes. Eewei will talk about Strategic User Experience and will run a workshop on Agile User Experience
Dr Nadia Berthouze is senior lecturer at University College London Interaction Centre (UCLIC), where psychology meets computer science to explore Human Computer Interaction (HCI). Nadia will talk about Affective Interaction and will teach about Designing for Emotional Experience in a fascinating workshop.
Alan Trow-Poole is an internationally renowned freelance User Experience Designer and Information Architect who designs enterprise applications and web portals for leading technology companies. Alan will run a workshop on Axure RP Pro - Experiencing designs before you invest in them
When and Where? 16th and 17th June, 2012 at Vivanta by Taj Hotel, Bangalore.
Priced at Rs 19850 for the super early bird to attend both, workshops and the conference, why are the rates so steep?
The organizers claim that there are no comparable events in India and to have a similar experience as what UX Utsav promises to provide, one would have to fly to the US or UK. The attendee would have all the required know-how to directly implement in his business and see results.
Who is hosting UX Utsav?
IABOX Limited, who specialize in User Experience training and consultation for companies all over the world, are the organizers. IABOX believe that UX is the magic underlying everything from simple texting to mobile and web applications – and that a positive user experience equals business growth and profits.
Check out more about this event at http://www.uxutsav.com/