We are down to the final one hundred registrations available for UX Australia's huge 10th anniversary conference in Melbourne from 28-31 August.
Spotlight on: Design thinking for fun and profit (workshop)
Our UX Australia 2018 spotlight falls on the Design thinking for fun and profit workshop run by renowned UK designer Andy Budd.
Spotlight on: Leading human-centred organisations (workshop)
We put the UX Australia 2018 spotlight on the Leading human-centred organisations workshop led by Iain Barker, Co-founder of Meld Studios.
Folk Returns as Sponsor for UX Australia 2018
We're delighted to welcome Sydney-based design consultancy Folk as a sponsor for UX Australia 2018.
Fourth UX Australia Keynote Speaker Announced
Farai Madzima will join Jon Kolko, Lauren Currie and Alan Cooper as keynote speakers at this year's 10th anniversary UX Australia conference.
Aquent Sponsors Managing Design 2018 Conference
Global recruitmnent agency Aquent will sponsor our Managing Design 2018 conference in Sydney on 9-10 May.
Welcome to Askable as Design Research 2018 Sponsor
We're delighted to welcome user testing participant recruitment specialists Askable as sponsor for Design Research 2018.
First Three UX Australia 2018 Keynote Speakers Announced
UX Australia, Australia’s premier User Experience Design conference, will take place in Melbourne, 28-31 August. The first three keynote speakers have just been announced.
New Sponsor for UX Australia 2017: Optimal Workshop
It's with great pleasure we can advise that Optimal Workshop has come on board as a sponsor for the UX Australia 2017 conference.
We Welcome Play Academy as UX Australia Sponsor
We're happy to welcome Play Academy, specialists in Lego® Serious Play® facilitation and training, as sponsor for UX Australia.
DiUS Joins as Sponsor for UX Australia 2017
We welcome the return of another of our regular event partners, DiUS, as sponsor for UX Australia 2017
Registrations Open for UX Australia 2017
Registrations are now open for UX Australia 2017, our four-day conference taking place this year at Hilton Sydney from 8-11 August.
Aquent Sponsors UX Australia 2017
We're delighted that long time sponsor Aquent is on board again with UX Australia 2017.
Aquent to Sponsor Managing Design 2017 Conference
We welcome global recruitment agency Aquent as sponsor for our Managing Design 2017 conference in Melbourne on 12 May.
Registrations Open for Design Research 2017
Registrations are now open for Design Research 2017, a full day dedicated to design research - from planning, to collection, to analysis to use, taking place in Sydney on 9 March 2017.
ATO Beta sponsors Service Design (Canberra) 2016
Service Design 2016 (Canberra)
We're delighted to announce the schedule for Service Design 2016 (Canberra), a full-day workshop + single-day conference on 22-23 November
Service Design 2016 (Canberra): Call for presentation proposals
UX Australia announces a new Service Design conference to be held in Canberra on 22-23 November, and invites proposals for talks.
UX Australia welcomes PwC as conference sponsor / exhibitor
PwC’s Experience Center joins us as sponsor and exhibitor at our annual UX Australia conference.
Thirst Studios sign on as sponsors for UX Australia
User experience design consultancy Thirst Studios has joined as a sponsor and will exhibit at the UX Australia conference.
The Customer Experience Company joins list of UX Australia sponsors
We welcome design and innovation firm The Customer Experience Company (CEC) as a UX Australia sponsor.
General Assembly the latest to sign up as UX Australia sponsor
General Assembly Melbourne is extremely excited to partner with UX Australia in order to continue to grow the UX community in Australia and beyond.
We welcome Atlassian as new sponsor for UX Australia
We're very pelased to announce that Atlassian has joined us as sponsor for the UX Australia conference.
Early-bird pricing extended to 8 June
We're extending early-bird pricing to 8 June. Register before midnight to get $100 off the standard ticket price.
NAB Labs join us as sponsor of UX Australia 2016
We welcome NAB Labs as the latest sponsor for UX Australia 2016 in Melbourne from 23-26 August.
Reactive joins UX Australia 2016 as sponsor
One of Australia's largest and longest established digital agencies, Melbourne-based Reactive, has joined us as a sponsor for UX Australia 2016.
New Sponsor for UX Australia 2016: Folk
Sydney-based design consultancy Folk joins us as sponsor for UX Australia 2016 conference in August.
New UX Australia 2016 sponsor: DiUS
We welcome digital technology consultants DiUS to the growing list of sponsors for our flagship UX Australia 2016 conference in August.
Aquent to sponsor UX Australia 2016
We welcome another new sponsor for our UX Australia 2016 conference: global recruitment agency Aquent.
Managing Design 2016: Program announced
The program has been settled for Managing Design 2016, our one-day conference in Sydney on 20 May on managing design and design teams, and it's quite a lineup. Tickets are now on sale and early bird pricing (a discount of $50 off the full price) applies until 8 April.
New sponsor for UX Australia 2016: Optimal Workshop
It's with great pleasure we can advise that Optimal Workshop has come on board as a sponsor for the UX Australia 2016 conference.
New sponsor for Service Design 2016: Folk
We're delighted to welcome Sydney-based design consultancy Folk as a sponsor for Service Design 2016.
UX Australia 2016: Now taking proposals
It's that time of year! It's time to collect proposals for UX Australia presentations (and workshops).
We will be taking proposals until midnight 18 March 2016.
10 Minute Talks: Service Design
Would you like to give a short presentation at Service Design 2016? We have a few spaces for 10-minute talks. To submit, please make sure you're registered by 31 January & we'll email details.
Service Design 2016
Registrations are now open for Service Design 2016, a 2-day event all about designing great services. It is made up of a workshop and a conference, and you can attend one or both.
Send us presentation ideas: Service Design 2016
We’re collecting presentation ideas for Service Design 2016! Get them to us by 20 Dec.
We’re hiring: Event manager & comms/marketing
We’re changing the way we run our events, and currently have two positions open.
Additional Gamestorming workshops
We're very excited to announce two new workshops, to be held in the week before the UX Australia conference. Dave Gray will be teaching two additional Gamestorming workshops, in Sydney and Melbourne:
Sydney, Wednesday 19 August (Pullman on the Park, Sydney)
Melbourne, Friday 21 August (Stamford Plaza, Melbourne)
These workshops are for the full day and cost $600. You don't need to be attending the main conference to attend Dave's workshop.
UX Australia 2015: Count down for early-bird pricing
We offer discounted early-bird pricing until 30 June, or until we sell 200 conference tickets – whichever comes first. We almost always sell them out before 30 June, and with 128 sold in the first month, are likely to again.
Keep an eye out here – we’ll count down the days or tickets remaining.
UX Australia 2015: Presentations and workshops selected
After a massive effort reading over 130 proposals, we’ve selected presentations, hands-on sessions and workshops for this year’s UX Australia conference. We’ll have details of all of them on 1 May, when registration also opens.
We’ve sent emails to everyone who sent in a submission, but we lose a lot of email to spam. If you submitted a presentation or workshop idea, and haven’t heard from us, please get in touch.
UX Australia 2015: Proposals open
It’s that time of year – it’s time to submit your idea to present at UX Australia 2015.
We’re taking proposals for the main conference (short talks, long talks, hands-on sessions and discussion sessions) and hands-on workshops until 13 March 2015.
UX Australia: Almost sold out
As at 9:30 Tuesday 8 July, there are only 23 conference tickets left, after a huge run on them yesterday.
When they sell out, we do take names for a waiting list. There are always cancellations, so we allocate those first to people who are already registered for workshops, then according to when you get your name on the waiting list. So if you miss out on a conference ticket, make sure you join the waiting list as soon as possible.