MEX15 sets out to define the future of UX

MEX15 sets out to define the future of UX

Next week sees the 15th edition of MEX, entitled ‘Under the skin of user experience‘.

It is a 2 day gathering in London where a diverse mix of designers, technologists, strategists and investors convene with a common goal: defining the future of digital user experience across mobiles, wearables, automotive, home and more.

You can expect an outstanding agenda to mark the 10th year of MEX:

  • Visions to inspire future digital experiences from Norman Lewis of PwC, Ben Scott-Robinson of Ordnance Survey, James Deakin of Fjord and Sam Livingstone of Car Design Research.
  • Techniques for creative, user-centred thinking, including ‘Think with Things’ by Isobel Demangeat and Julie Anne Gilleland, plus ‘Serious Play’ by Patrizia Bertini.
  • Lightening sessions on improving your understanding of user behaviour from Rory Southworth of UCLAN’s Innovation Clinic
  • Investing in UX to enhance the UK’s digital economy with Jonathan Mitchener of Innovate UK
  • 5 facilitated, in-depth explorations covering the UX of healthcare, location, proximity, consumption and robots, led by experts including Kajsa Sundeson & Samir Fors of Ocean Observations, Louisa Heinrich of Superhuman, Rich Clayton of Monkey Mischief & Alex Guest.

See the complete agenda & speaker list here.

To participate, buy one of the few remaining tickets (£1499) or find out about becoming a sponsor.

MEX is delighted to be working with event partner Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, and to be sponsored by Ordnance Survey, Britain’s mapping agency. We also continue our ongoing partnership with Brunel University, welcoming a new team of Brunel designers to help shape the creative output of MEX.

Under the skin of user experience‘ is 24th – 25th March 2015, London.


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