Interact London 2015 - call for speakers!

After a successful debut, Interact London will be back on the 20th and 21st October 2015 to welcome UX thinkers into the beautiful settings of The British Museum – the world’s first national public museum.

We’re looking for seasoned UX, Design and IA professionals to be a part of this year’s event by delivering innovative talks to our delegates. 

The two day conference, organised by Nomensa, is a platform for some of the industry’s key representatives to showcase their knowledge and learnings to a captive UX/design audience. Aiming to provide a mixture of ‘philosophy and practice’, the presentations should explore the importance of design and the roles that User Experience and Information Architecture play in today’s society. 

Last year the conference showcased 20 speakers from across the world who delivered groundbreaking and cutting edge talks to an inspired crowd over both days. Our speakers delivered quality insights from notable companies such as Warner Bros, the BBC and Google AdSence, and this year we’re looking to produce an equally compelling line up.

Last year’s talks included

Keynote: Andreas Adamec  - Doing less with more

Dan Ramsden - Design like you're right, test like you're wrong. And be careful what you throw away

Andrea Resmini - Reframing information architecture 

Simon Norris - User experience is everyone's responsibility 

David Peter Simon - Cultural considerations 

Ian Fenn - Getting UX done

Alberta Soranzo - Experience at the edge of the network

Emma Chittenden - Institutionalisation and UX debt

Juliet Richardson - Thinking beyond UX

To apply, please send the following details to 


Email address

Job title

About you (100 words max)


Title of talk (can be subject to change)

Short description of your talk (100 words max) and who the talk will be aimed at

What conferences have you spoken at before? (Please provide links to Slides or videos where possible)

Submission deadline is Thursday 30th April. Once submissions close, all will be considered and the shortlist contacted. If you have any additional questions, please get in contact. We look forward to hearing from you!