UX Alive! is coming on May
UX Alive! one of the biggest ‘User Experience’ conference and workshops in Europe and MENA Region on 13-14 May 2015 in Istanbul is calling you!
‘ExperienceEverywhere’ which will take the place as the main theme of the UX Alive Conference will contains the world’s leading award-winning designers and experts who are coming to Istanbul to share their experiences and make speeches about User Experience Design and Usability.
In this conference which will have 25 speakers and 8 workshops, representatives from various firms such as Uber, Facebook, Medium, Optimizely, Moven, Simple, Foursquare, National Geographic, Baymard Institute are going to organize speeches and workshops about User Experience.
At the conference, ideas about how user experience teams will be positioned in organizations and topics such as what are the benefits of user experience for brands will be explained by experts and prominent names of design. Additionally, specialists in their field will share their experiences at the conference with workshops which are going to be about Omnichannel, finance, e-commerce, mobile, digital media, content, startups and UX methodology.
Our first keynote speaker is Andrew Crow!
Andrew Crow who is Head of Design at Uber took his place in the speakers of UX Alive. You can reach his works and designs from here.
Second keynote speaker is Giles Colborne!
Giles founded cxpartners in 2004, he is a former president of UXPA UK and he’s an award-winning speaker who is frequently invited to keynote events across Europe, Asia and the US. Also he is the writer of ‘Simple and Usable’ book.
The other keynote speaker is Elaine Montgomery!
If you’re curios on how facebook ads design and ready for your input, all your questions will be answered by Elaine Montgomery on UX Alive stage.
Our last keynote speaker is Dustin Senos!
He is head of design at medium.com changing the user experience on our reading habits in the digital environment and which is twitter co-founders’ new venture took place between the speakers of UX Alive conference.
There will be over 300 participants from all around the world and why will you not be part of it?