10-14 August, 10am-6pm
UX and Digital Design Week created by Future London Academy is a 5-day programme that will give you inspiration for your current projects and advice on how to build a design team of your dreams. You will find out the secrets of what makes products successful and what mistakes companies made when they were building new services.
During a whole week you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology and creative industry exploring the hottest trends and latest inventions. You will have a chance to meet the teams behind the most ground-breaking products and learn how they approach design strategy, work with clients and improve their services. This programme consists of lectures, round table discussions and mini-workshops all conducted at the actual company offices – that gives even better perspective on how they work and collaborate.
Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. This is a very fresh way to learn and explore the industry. And the best part is – you will spend this week as a part of a small group of 20 like-minded entrepreneurs, UX designers and product managers from around the globe.
You will learn:
— Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for web, mobile, wearables, and internet of things
— How human centered design can help your projects
— How do world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture
— Methods and tools for digital product design
— Digital product design trends
— Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour
— Oldest pubs and best craft beers
Who is this programme for?
— Creative directors and heads of design departments
— Digital product designers, UX and visual designers
— Design managers and team leads
— UX researchers and analysts
— Service designers and product owners
(Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business)
— all talks, office visits, round tables and workshops
— exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme
— party/networking event at the end of the week
Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.