​It’s been another busy year conference-wise here at Clearleft.

There was the return of another smashing UX London back in May, as well as the emergence of our two new conferences - Founders Assembly in April and Leading Design in October.

But that’s certainly not an excuse to rest on our laurels. No indeed. We’ve been working away behind the scenes and our 2017 events calendar is shaping up nicely - first up to announce is UX London 2017.

UX London 2017: 24-26 May at Trinity Laban, London

Tickets for this ever-popular event are selling like hotcakes, so jump right in, book yours, and join us for three days of inspirational talks and in-depth workshops presented by some of the industry’s biggest names. Details of 2017’s excellent array of guest speakers are under wraps for the moment, but will be announced soon - watch this space!

In the meantime, here’s the lowdown on what to expect, just to whet your appetite.

Day 1 - Product

Day One focuses on the world of digital product design. How do you conceive user-centered products and bring them to market? Once those products have launched, how do you continue to improve them through a Lean, Design-Measure-Learn process?

We say: bring your product manager.

Day 2 - Service

On Day Two we turn our attention to the evolving field of Service Design. As more and more services are delivered digitally, UX Design and Service Design are starting to merge. So we look under the hood of the Service Design industry for common patterns to beg, borrow and steal.

We say: bring your fellow designers.

Day 3 - Design

On Day Three we explore the cutting edge of experience design to see what’s on the horizon. We investigate new platforms and modes of interaction, while gaining insight and inspiration from adjacent fields.

We say: bring the whole team.

As if that wasn’t enough, there will be fabulous food, delectable drink (including our very own Beerleft) and fun socials for mingling with your fellow attendees (and us, the Clearlefties!).

Check out the UX London 2017 website for full details and to book your tickets, and don’t forget to follow UX London on twitter and instagram for news and updates over the coming weeks and months.

See you in May!

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