MUXL Annual Conference returns for its 4th iteration this November, to bring you insights from the best minds in User Experience (UX) and Design. The focus for 2018 is User-Centred Design and how new technologies (Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Connected cars and homes) are going to change the way we design for these new modes of interaction.
Want to turn 1 hour directionless meetings into one that captures problems, reframes them and moves to solutions, with teams deciding what to achieve within 1 or 2 weeks. Then you need Lightning Decision Jam! Come with your team, learn the method, have a few drinks and meet people who have a similar wish to try new ways of working in a relaxed environment, in our studio in Clerkenwell, London.
The Premiere of ArtFutura is usually presented on the opening nightof the festival and includes selections of the best and most impressive works of the program: 3D Futura Show, Futura Graphics, Artworks, Behind the Scenes and Schools.
Come and join us for the first daytime event in the heart of the creative community at Peckham Levels. Grab some lunch, introduce yourself, exchange ideas or current briefs, and meet people to collaborate with. At our first event, we will discuss what you are looking for in the meetups.
psychART is a national conference, this year supported by ELFT, ELFTArts and RCPsych, which aims to highlight and celebrate the positive presence of creativity and the arts within mental health and psychiatry. The aim of the day is to explore the role that the Arts can play in the lives of those living with mental illness, as well as the rewarding experiences and opportunities available to those working in this field.
How the future city will be greater than the sum of its parts - a one-day exploration of the power of collective consciousness, feeling, intelligence and action co-curated with The Point People and Atlas of the Future.
5 FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE WITH CODE: dsgncal — Want to inspire your people so they stick around? In this exclusive talk, you'll learn the secrets to challenging and stretching your teams. You'll gain insight into the organisational design practices that helps everyone be more collaborative, creative, and productive.
Get an introduction to architectural design techniques by making your own mini pop-up paper buildings. This family activity requires a parent/guardian to attend with their child. Suitable for children aged 8-11 years.
Celebrate independent brands and rise above the MADNESS this November with LDC’s Anti-Black Friday concept store + events. Support slow fashion and lifestyle brands actually making a difference with their impactful design and non-impactful sustainable processes.
In this course we will introduce the basic concepts of User Experience Design and eXperience Thinking, its background and place in a product development process. An initial introduction of the many powerful tools and techniques that make the Usability and User Experience of your product remarkable.
Whether you are an accessibility advocate, currently working in digital accessibility, eager to share your knowledge, want to learn how to make what you’re creating accessible and/or just keen to network with other like-minded people looking to make a difference to users with different disabilities - then this is the event for you.
Twenty top Russian designers and studios telling stories behind the most important events, objects and people in the past 100 years of design. You will discover the history of everyday things like lipstick, spinner or online search engine as well as famous design objects like Bauhaus chess, Le Corbusier’s Modulor or Herb Lubalin’s fonts and posters.
Glug are ending the year with a bang and have pulled together a mega line-up including Koto, Mr Bingo Advent Calendar Surprise, Cub Studio, Mainframe & VCCP. Come party with your fellow creatives, at Cargo from 5:30pm.
Join leading designers and material researchers to rethink sustainable production for the 21st century. Part of the Future Factory Collaboration with the Design and Living Systems Lab and Central Saint Martins UAL's Material Futures Programme.
Pierre Huyghe, one of the world’s leading artists, known for creating complex immersive ecosystems, presents a major new exhibition at the Serpentine. For the exhibition, the Gallery has become a porous and contingent environment, housing different forms of cognition, emerging intelligence, biological reproduction and instinctual behaviours.