Those of you who have been to UX London before will know what an important role our volunteer crew play in the proceedings.
In return, we aim to offer them a fantastic volunteering experience with access to much of the conference content itself - an experience that they will never forget (and maybe even want to repeat)!
I had the pleasure of working closely with two of this year’s volunteer crew, both of whom declared an interest in all things communications before the event. Lewis and Lorna did a wonderful job supporting the media activities during the conference. Naturally, they have been equally adept with their post-event communications, and have taken to Medium to share their experiences.
The conference is a great opportunity to learn, of course. A carefully considered rota ensures that, alongside conference duties such as registration or checking wristbands, everyone gets to see some talks they’re interested in and take part in some workshops. Setting up workshops means you’re helping out the presenters, so there are chances to actually meet the experts too.Lorna Howes
Take a look at Lorna’s blog post in full:
Every day you’re surrounded by like minded volunteers and delegates. You have deep conversations about the future of UX but more importantly you have an absolute laugh and possibly a beer or ten (brewed by the event’s organiser, Clearleft).Lewis Healey
Read the rest of Lewis’ blog post:
We couldn’t run UX London without our crew - if you have volunteered with us before, thank you for all of your help and hard work. If you haven’t and want to find out more, please get in touch.
We hope to see you next year!