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Designing products

Day one was centred around designing products that deliver value to customers and your business. Thinking about how best to conceive user-centred products and bring them to market. We are very grateful for our speakers who challenged practice, process and team structure, you can watch most of these again here:

Andy Budd on stage launching UX London 2019
Andy Budd on stage launching UX London 2019

Designing for people

Day two was all about taking your customer experience to the next level and unlocking the power of user-centred design. We unearthed the often overlooked parts of service design and the best ways you and your team can develop powerful empathy with your users. Thank you once again to all our speakers, including these talks:

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Erika Hall at UX London

Designing the future

We curated day three to allow us to explore the new tools, tech­nolo­gies, and inter­ac­tion trends shap­ing our future work. Where will the rise of AI take us? Are con­ver­sa­tion­al inter­faces the next fron­tier? How can we adapt to ever-changing consumer expectations? With thanks to our speakers who drew UX London to a close with big thinking, strong ethics and new models for us all to take forward:

UX London 2019 happened with the support of our amazing sponsors. Many thanks to Google, InVision, Balsamiq, Monzo, Futureheads and Spotify Design.

Tickets for 2020 have just gone on sale. UX London is a Clearleft event. Our team of industry-leading strategists, design thinkers, technologists and innovators work inside global brands to help design leaders get the most from their products, services & teams. Human-centred design is, and always has been, central to the Clearleft philosophy.

Have a look around our site to learn more about who we are, what we do and how we've helped others.

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