Speakers & themes for MEX/16

Speakers & themes for MEX/16


12th – 13th October, London

The programme for MEX/16 examines a future four years from now and asks:

What are the new strategies and design methods to translate customer insight into next generation digital experiences?

The question transcends product categories, from smartphones to wearables, and industry verticals, from device manufacturers to design agencies. It is set in a future we know is coming: where digital industry must concern itself with artificial intelligence, multi-sensory interfaces, service design at unprecedented scale and commercial primacy for UX.

I’m delighted to share with you some of the sparkling minds which will be helping participants explore hidden paths to better UX:

Apala Lahiri
Chief Oracle and Innovator, Human Factors International
Balancing global and local approaches to user experience

Emily Tulloh
Service Designer, Mindwave
Using novel research methods to find unique design direction

Jonathan Lovatt-Young
Head of Service and Experience Design, Tribal Worldwide
Strategies for managing user interruptions

Pete Law, Creative Producer
& Tom Pursey, Founder, Flying Object
Building user experiences across all 5 senses

Dr Giles Colborne
Managing Director, cx partners & author, ‘Simple & Usable’
Unexpected techniques for teaching user-centred design culture in large organisations

Thomas Joos
Managing Partner, Little Miss Robot
Evolving design methods for emotionally intelligent digital experiences

Nibha Jain, User Experience Strategist
& Isha Dandavate, User Experience Researcher, Google
Frameworks for translating user motivations and contexts into better digital design

Ed Rex
CEO, Jukedeck
Exploring user experience at the intersection of artificial intelligence and musical creativity

Alexa Shoen
Associate Creative Director, The Dots Creative
Strategies and tools for better user experience through better copy

Alex Guest &
Marek Pawlowski, MEX
Co-hosting MEX and facilitating creative challenges

The 16th international edition of MEX continues the tradition of progressive facilitation. 100 participants work together, side-by-side with expert speakers, to create new ideas in response to a curated, 2 day agenda.  For updates, follow @mexfeed on Twitter or sign-up for the MEX email newsletter.

Buy your MEX Pioneer ticket
£799 ($1145 approx) for early birds until 11th February

To become a MEX/16 sponsor, or bring a team of 4+ participants, please contact Marek Pawlowski (mp@pmn.co.uk or +44 7767 622957) to discover our MEX partnership opportunities.

(Excludes VAT where applicable, standard ticket price is £1499)

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