The next MEX is coming. Get in touch to participate.
30th November – 1st December 2011 | WallaceSpace, London
MEX is where 100 of the industry’s deepest thinkers gather to define the cutting edge of mobile user experience in 7 curated MEX Pathways.
There are 5 ways to get involved and everyone is welcome:
- Speaker: deliver the best presentation of your career.
- Facilitator: lead a team challenge with the industry’s brightest minds.
- Sponsor: engage the motivated, creative and international MEX community.
- Scholar: ICTKTN-supported places for students, freelancers and micro start-ups.
- Participant: 20 super early bird tickets with a very special benefit: buy 1, get 1 free.
There are currently opportunities in all of these areas, but the programme comes together very swiftly, so speed is of the essence if you’d like to be involved.
Have a read of the links and then get in touch with me to discuss. I look forward to welcoming as many as possible of you to the next MEX.
t: +44 7767 622957
|> What to expect at MEX|
Short-cut to our photo gallery if you believe pictures are worth a thousand words. Or for those of a literary disposition:
Hosted at Wallacespace in London, the 10th international edition of MEX explores 7 mobile user experience Pathways. The expertly curated programme includes pre-event research materials, speaker sessions and facilitated workshops, summarised in a detailed post-event report.
MEX thrives on participation and is defined by the way in which every member of the community helps shape the outcome of the Pathways.
The 7 Pathways for the next MEX are:
- Research the implications of multiple touchpoints within a continuous experience
- Create best practice for the user experience of mobile health services
- Expand mobile interactions with the neglected dimensions of sound and tactility
- Build smart hardware additions to transform the mobile user experience
- Develop user experience principles for super local connectivity
- Apply knowledge of brain processes for more effective mobile experiences
- Use quiet design principles to reduce the visual noise of mobile interface design
The latest updates are always on the web-site.
P.S. Interested in the photos above? The first (the phone people) is from a creative exercise entitled ‘Hands-on and low-fi with the mobile user experience‘ we ran at the May 2010 MEX. The second (the sketch notes) is extracted from the 200+ page report of notes, sketches and videos every MEX participant receives after the event.
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