UX London 2010 is go!

Tickets for the UK’s premier user experience conference are now on sale. The great thing about putting together a conference like UX London is that, as a user experience consultancy ourselves, Clearleft gets to set up exactly the conference that we would want to go to. And yet again I’m massively excited about who we’ve lined-up for 2010: Bill Moggridge, Scott McCloud, Peter Morville, Liz Danzico, Josh Porter, Kristina Halvorson, Whitney Hess and Jesse James Garrett to name but a few.

Details of the workshops are still being finalised, but you can expect to learn more about running Agile UX teams, using comics as design tools, understanding patterns for discovery, designing to influence behaviour, using metrics effectively, applying psychology to interaction design and loads more.

UX London is designed to be the conference we at Clearleft want to go to, and that’s probably why it was so successful last year. Despite the economic climate fellow UX professionals still wanted to come; in fact the conference sold out quickly and the waiting list meant we were over-subscribed by 200%. On that basis alone I recommend you get in quick, but also if you buy a ticket in December or January, you’ll also be saving a massive £200!