NUX7 - UX & Design Conference
Brought to you by NUX and McrDig
NUX7 is an all-day event in Manchester focussed on how an understanding of people can help you define, design, and build better experiences, on the web and beyond. With international speakers from some of the biggest digital brands, the day will provide a wealth of practical experience you can apply right away.
The event is organised by Northern User Experience (NUX) in conjunction with Manchester Digital. NUX is an informal, volunteer-run community for people interested in usability, HCI, information design and all aspects of the user experience in the North of England. Our membership is as diverse as the field itself, with developers, designers, academics, usability specialists, accessibility experts and technical authors.
NUX is a not-for-profit group of people based in Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle and Liverpool. We are doing this because we love our industry. This event would not have been made possible without the help of our very kind and very wonderful sponsors.
Waters Corporation creates laboratory solutions, based around liquid chromatography and mass-spectrometry, which enable significant advancements in areas such as healthcare delivery, environmental management, food safety, water quality, consumer products and fundamental research into biological processes. Software is a key part of these solutions, facilitating instrument control, job scheduling, data acquisition and visualisation of complex multi-dimensional datasets.
ideasmiths are a unique partnership community of exceptional practitioners, researchers and educators. We collaborate within organisations to deliver the insights and knowledge needed to build amazing products and services. We bring creative ideas, energy, expertise and good humour to help tackle your most demanding challenges.
Balsamiq Wireframes (formerly Balsamiq Mockups) is the industry-leading rapid wireframing software that combines the comfort and simplicity of paper sketching with the power of a digital tool, so your work is easier to share, modify, and get honest feedback on. Wireframes look like sketches, so stakeholders won’t get distracted by little details, and can focus on what’s important instead. https://balsamiq.com
Balsamiq is available for Desktop, as a hosted web service, or as a plugin for Google Drive, Confluence and Jira.
We have a number of sponsorship packages available. If you’d like more information please drop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manchester Digital is the independent trade association for digital business in the North West of England. It brings together organisations and individuals from all parts of the industry – from creative to technical, from software to media, from telecommunications to marketing. Our vision is simple, that by working together we can make Manchester and the North West an even better place for digital business.
Fancy meeting other women for a good old natter about UX and life in general? Then Ladies that UX is for you. Not got UX in your job title? No problem. If you’re inquisitive, enthusiastic and interested in making the world a better place for users, you’re one of us. Ladies that UX are a friendly, welcoming and collaborative community, with a growing number of local groups based in cities worldwide. So far we are in over 40+ cities internationally including UK groups in Manchester, Brighton, Bristol, London and UX Mums. Find out more at LadiesthatUX.com or @LadiesthatUX.
We care about diversity of conferences and events because we want them to be better for everyone. All too often we see conference and event lineups full of the same or similar people, we don’t want that anymore. We want diversity. Diversity refers to a wide range of visible and non-visible characteristics; it’s about valuing variety, welcoming a range of backgrounds and opinions and embracing the benefits that differences bring. We believe that a diverse set of people on stage and in audiences will improve events and will ultimately change the industries they represent for the better.
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