In addition we are happy to give away a free ticket to the WebExpo in Prague in September 2019 – you only have to answer one question at the meetup and win the lottery. But we have also a 20% discount code for the tickets (not applicable for premium workshops): uxvienna20 .
Please note: photos will be taken during the event. Please contact the organizers if you have questions.
Due to limited seats, registration via meetup.com/UXvienna is required — and don’t forget to change your RSVP if you can no longer make it: people on the waitlist will thank you!
We will continue with our regular format – but we will start at 7pm on time with the talks: 6:30 pm: Arriving, welcome drinks 7pm–9pm: 3 mini-talks, short slots (30 min) for each topic; from 9pm: open discussions, get-together, focusing on previous topics …
mini-talks for this meetup:
Matthias Gieselmann, @bildlich (UX Designer at mySugr): Welcoming at mySugr
Hadi Pourebrahim, @Hadisign, (Senior UX/UI Designer at mySugr) about “Intersection of UX & psychology” (slides)
Wieland Kloimstein, @wieland_cc, about “UX & Comix — what we can knock off from comix…“
The next UX Night Vienna will take place on the 28th26th of November at Impact Hub Vienna. For this year the focus topic is “UX for a change” and we look forward to interesting speaker proposals until 12th of October — send your info to email@example.com.
See more details below.
The goal of the UX Night Vienna is to give experienced UX and interaction designers a broader view on the diverse field and areas where user experience takes place. The focus topic this year is »UX for a change«.
3 talks covering the field from the research area to the applied design work should give insights in the important role of UX in order to have a positive impact to the world.
In addition there will be enough time for a casual get-together to learn more about the ux community in Vienna.
About the Orga-Team
We are the Orga-Team from the UX Vienna Meetup (formerly known as Interaction Design Stammtisch).
In the last two years we have already organized similar events — the Interaction16 Redux (Event, Pictures) and the UX Night Vienna 2017 (Blog article, Pictures).
Information for Speakers
Language: English preferred (alternative: german)
Duration: 40 minutes talk + 5-10 minutes Q&A
What are your benefits as a speaker?
Share your knowledge with the community and exchange experiences
Support the UX-Community
Present your organisation in the UX scene and the job offers of your organisation
What we need from you?
Title of your presentation
Short description of your talk
Short info about yourself (short bio, 1–2 sentences, Xing/LinkedIn-Link if you want)
Please send the information about your talk to firstname.lastname@example.org until 12th of October 2018.
We are media partners of the Web Event of the year in the Czech Republic. WebExpo will bring this year 63 international and local experts from well-known companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google or IBM among others, to share solutions on UX and Design Thinking, Web Development, AI & Machine Learning and AR/VR that you can learn through practical talks and 7 hands on workshops. Learn more in its program.
Some interesting speakers for us:
Dan Saffer – how do you find the best design opportunities the future of your organization? At Twitter, they’ve been using a combination of methods to plot out a set of possible futures for themselves, looking a few years into the future for product opportunities. He will explain their methodology and process so that we can use it in your work.
Val Head – 2018 is the year of Machine Learning. But, how does it affect the role of web designer and developer? Val will show to build AI-Driven features.
Douglas Powell– He is a Distinguished Designer at IBM, directing the program to scale design and design thinking across the global tech company. He will present a discussion about how to measure the value of design for an organization.
Diamond Ho – Ever wonder how a designer at Facebook designs for 2 billion people around the world? It’s all about using design thinking methodology and working cross-functionally. In her session, she’ll make a (hypothetical) case study to learn about how they design product experience at Facebook.
Pamela Pavliscak Workshop – Emotionally intelligent design: If your smartphone could recognize when you have a bad day, wouldn’t use it? Pamela Pavliscak will teach at WebExpo how to prototype emotionally intelligent technology.
The organization informs that they will have different activities to encourage the networking such as workshops, meetings with speakers after each talk and meeting areas.
Thanks to this cooperation, we are going to give away one FREE Conferenceticket to attend this event and provide a code with 10% off specially created for us: uxvienna (must be inserted in lowercase).
How to get a free ticket
At our August meetup we will give away the ticket to somebody who can answer the following question: Which speaker from WebExpo is the author of the book “Microinteractions”? (The answer is available on the conference website)
Tuesday, 11th of April 2017, 7 PM
at metalab, 1010 Wien, Rathausstrasse 6
(public transportation: U2 Rathaus, 1/2/D Stadiongasse/Parlament)
The Agenda: 7pm – 9pm: short slots (30 min) for each topic
from 9pm: Open discussions, get-together, focusing on previous topics,…
Topics for this meeting will be:
Field report of lookback.io by Oliver: a tool to support user reasearch and testing
BITV (Barrierefreie-Informationstechnik-Verordnung) by Claudia: Accessibility requirements in the german public sector and how you can use the BITV-Test to check the accessiblity of your site.
… your topic? …
If you have a topic for the upcoming meeting – we will find a slot… Your topic could be related to a book, article, prototype, startup-concept, wireframe, your application, ….
→ please add your ideas and find further details at the Hackpad: https://ixdvie.hackpad.com/ongoing
We are always looking foward to welcoming new people at the Stammtisch!
Looking forward to seeing you next week,
p.s. The Interaction Design Stammtisch happens every 2nd Tuesday of the month. Everybody interested in Interaction Desing, User Experience, Usability, Accessibility, User Interface Design, … is very welcome to attend. We don’t bite, promised.