“If you were sitting comfortably at UX Australia 2019, then you were not paying attention”. Paddy Breslin gives us the highlights of UX Australia 2019.
We’re back to August, one of our favourite months of the year. Why, you ask? August means UX Australia!
Each year, UX Australia brings together user experience professionals from across Australia, and around the globe, for a learning and networking conference extravaganza.
As is UX Mastery tradition, we’ll be there with bells on, and we’re pretty excited. Here’s why.
Luke and Matt made their annual pilgrimage to the UX Australia conference, to teach, learn, and hang out with Australia’s UX community. Matt shares some of his sketchnotes and thoughts on the conference.
Last week Luke and I attended UX Australia—our annual pilgrimage where we connect with the wider UX community to get educated and inspired about all things UX!
Here is our wrap-up and Sketchnotes.
The UX Brothers presented their most recent case study at UX Australia by shunning the usual slide deck—it was an all-singing, all-dancing production, and even included a special guest appearance by Aretha Franklin.
If you weren’t able to attend the conference, you’re in luck! Here’s a complete video of the presentation. Be entertained and be educated by the UX Brothers’ unique approach to designing with soul.
Matt and Luke attended UX Australia 2013 in Melbourne, Australia last week
Here are Matt’s sketchnotes from the conference.
Luke & Matt travelled up to sunny Brisbane, Australia at the end of August to attend UX Australia 2012, a 4-day event covering core user experience design topics such as digital strategy, user-centred design, interaction design, mobile design, cross-channel design, service design and content. We didn’t get to all of the talks as there were multiple tracks, but here are 20 of the thought-seeds that have stayed with us for the last two weeks.
The UX Mastery team was in sunny Brisbane last week for the excellent UX Australia 2012 conference.
Here’s Matt’s collection of visual notes (sketchnotes) that he created while listening to various sessions at the conference.
Jessica Enders specializes in designing that one component that strikes fear into the heart of many web designers: forms.
Why forms? And what drives her to tackle what most of us shudder at the thought of? She reveals all in this interview.
Ruth Ellison works as a UX designer with Stamford Interactive in Canberra, Australia.
In the second of a set of interviews with UX Australia speakers, she talks to us about web accessibility, how she came to a career in UX, and the state of UX design in Australia.