10 reasons to attend our London UX conference

1. Inspiration 

Inspiration is key in the digital and Interact London is all about inspiring UX thinkers. We’ve made sure there will be a wide range of interesting talks exploring the importance of design and the roles that User Experience and Information Architecture play in today's digital society.

2. Speakers 

We have brought together a rather amazing line-up, even if we do say it ourselves.  Interact London presents almost 20 of the top speakers in UX, IA and accessibility in one conference! 

We’re flying speakers in from San Francisco, Detroit, Philadelphia, Paris and Sweden, so for some of these speakers, it’s a rare occurrence being in – and speaking – in the UK. We’re extremely lucky to have them!

Speakers at Interact London: 

  • Andreas Adamec (Warner Bros.)
  • Dan Ramsden (BBC)
  • Andrea Resmini (IA Author)
  • Dan Klyn (The Understanding Group)
  • Robert Newham (Money Advice Service)
  • Andrew Hinton (The Understanding Group)
  • Léonie Watson (The Paciello Group) 
  • Jane Austin (The Telegraph)
  • Grandin Donovan (DigitasLBi)
  • Simon Norris (Nomensa) 
  • David Peter Simon (Thoughtworks)
  • Ian Fenn (Chopstix Media)
  • Mike Atherton (General Assembly London)
  • Alberta Soranzo (Friday)
  • Emma Chittenden (Nomensa)  
  • Jorge Arango (Futuredraft)
  • Juliet Richardson (Nomensa)

Tickets and full line-up available on Eventbrite.

3. Venue

The venue for Interact London is the spectacular Royal Institute of British Architects - RIBA.

Opened in 1934, by King George V himself, the building was designed by G Grey Wornum CBD FRIBA. Its art deco interiors add a touch of period romance to our conference topic. We’re extremely proud to be holding the event at such a grand venue, and celebrating fantastic architecture and supporting RIBA in the great work they do. 

4. Location

Whilst also being a fantastic venue, it is also positioned in central London, making it easily accessible via key transport links. Positioned on Portland Place, it is within a 5 minute walk of Regents Park tube station.

See RIBA on a map.

5. Price

At £180 for one day, and £300 for two, it is significantly cheaper than most UX conferences around. What’s more, the saving for a two day ticket is over 15%! 

6. Networking 

Interact London is the perfect chance to meet likeminded people. As well as leading UX speakers, you’ll also be surrounded by your peers! Learn from top thinkers, as well as chat to new people and friends about the latest in digital. 

7. Our supporters

We’ve got some fantastic sponsors and supporting partners. They’re who are helping to make this event happen. They’re also giving us some great prizes and give-aways for delegates!

Thank you to: Balsamiq, The Arch London, Rosenfeld, Axure and Consortia UX

There are more sponsorship packages available, get in touch if you’d like to learn more. 

8. The host

Interact London is hosted by Nomensa. As a strategic UX design agency, we know great thinking when we hear it. We’ve also done a fair few events in our time and know how to make them great so you get the best out of the day.   

9. Joining in!

We want attendees to join in! Ask questions, give feedback, tweet, produce sketch notes… we love them all. A great opportunity to ask any burning questions you’ve always had for Andrea Resmini, Dan Klyn, Andreas Adamec, Andrew Hinton, Simon Norris, etc…

10. Beer

If all that isn’t enough to convince you that Interact London will be a great conference to attend and to learn at, we’re also going to give you beer at the end of day one. Free beer! 

So… want to join us for Interact London?

Tickets and full line-up available on Eventbrite.

Talk information for each speaker available here: 2014.interactconf.com