World Usability Day 2016 in Antwerp

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Sustainability and UX design are innately intertwined: both are about creating the best experience possible for users. How do you design products and services to be more efficient and reusable while also enhancing a person’s life? And how does sustainable UX create a loyal fan base for your brand?

During World Usability Day Antwerp, you’ll discover new insights on UX and sustainability as well as get the chance to share your experiences and network with your peers.

Join us on Thursday November 10 for an inspirational day of hands-on workshops & eye-opening talks on designing with sustainability in mind. We’ve invited a host of speakers to showcase their work and share information and critical feedback.

  • Morning: workshops led by UX experts.  
  • Afternoon: inspiring talks by Natalia Arsand (Booking.com), Pieter Rahier (Pàu), Barbara Kok (LUCA School of Arts), and more …
  • A panel of discussion animated by UX experts will end the day.
    Check out the full programme

 

Register now for World Usability Day Antwerp. Don’t wait too long: seats are limited.

10 November 2016
10am – 5pm
De Winkelhaak Design Center, Antwerp

 

This event is a joint initiative of Internet Architects, UXProbe, Pàu and Studio Dott. It is Belgium’s contribution to World Usability Day, an event celebrated worldwide each year to share knowledge and information on creating a more user-friendly world.

 


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