UX Australia 2010 is a 3-day user experience design conference, with one day of workshops and two days of presentations about designing great experiences for people.
Hands-on workshops focus on practical skills to help you get started, learn new techniques and explore ideas in detail. Conference presentations provide practical skills to take away, inspire you for your next project, stretch your knowledge in a new direction or show how someone in a different field has tackled a problem just like yours.
The conference encompasses many aspects of user experience design including core topics such as information architecture, interaction design, information design, content, visual design & strategy as well as the design of physical objects and environments.
UX Australia 2010 is over, and based on the feedback we received, it was a great success.
Presentations and audio
Slides and audio are being added to each presentation as they become available – we’re aiming to release 4 audio files, twice a week (so 8 per week for the next couple of months). You can see the slides and listen to the audio on each individual presentation page.
You can get the audio:
- on each of the conference presentation pages (where you can listen to it and see the slides at the same time)
- via the UX Australia soundcloud (all talks before 2015)
- via the iTunes podcast (2014 & earlier) (we also have a podcast for presentations from 2015 onwards)
Time and location
UX Australia was held 25-27 August, 2010 at the Langham Hotel, Southbank, Melbourne (Australia)
Keep in touch
You can keep in touch with conference news and announcements by: