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UXPA 2014 Conference
21-24 July 2014
The User Experience Professionals Association is thrilled to announce the dates and venue for its 23rd Annual International Conference! The conference will be held 21-24 July, 2014, at the Park Plaza Hotel (Westminster Bridge) in London, UK. We are excited to have secured a world-class hotel in an amazing location, just a short walk from the London Eye, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and the sights and sounds that fill London's Southbank in the summer.
What can you expect at next year's event?
- A robust program with five tracks branching from the conference theme - Motivation;
- Inspiring keynotes with compelling stories and insights;
- Exhibits from UX vendors and recruiters of all stripes;
- Networking on a truly international scale;
- Case studies from top brands and organizations;
- The return of the Hero Scholarship program;
- Fun London excursions;
And a few surprises we're not quite ready to share!
How can you be part of it?
Submit! No matter where you're from, who you are, or how long you've been practicing or studying UX, we want to know about all of the cool stuff you've been working on and thinking about. (Watch this space for announcements!)
Review! This is a GREAT way to get a sneak peek at the newest stuff happening in the field, months before the conference itself. It's also the easiest way to get involved in the all-volunteer effort that is the UXPA International Conference.
Attend! It won't be the same without you. London is an incredibly easy city to get to and navigate, and the UXPA-discounted Park Plaza room block will soon be taking reservations.
Sponsor! What better way to bring your message to hundreds of the smartest, most dedicated UX professionals in the world? Whether your goal is selling, informing, or recruiting, UXPA attendees are eager to listen and learn. Email uxpa.org and , as well as UXPA’s LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook pages. Questions? Email
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