Nomensa are proud to announce that the wheels are already very much in motion or Interact London 2016. Once again taking place at the British Museum on 18 & 19 October, hundreds of people will be in attendance to watch talks and take part in workshops around 2016's theme: "How will people interact with technology in the future and how do we design for it today?”
The two day conference, is a platform for some of the industry’s key players to share their knowledge to a captive UX, IA and design audience. Aiming to provide a mixture of ‘philosophy and practice’, the presentations should explore the theme of how people will interact with technology in the future and how to design for that today.
Last year the conference showcased 18 speakers from across the globe who delivered groundbreaking talks to over 300 inspired user experience professionals, designers and information architects over both days. Our speakers delivered insights from notable companies such as Argos, Google, Wolff Olins, Macmillan Cancer Support, Tesco PLC and eBay Inc., and this year we’re looking to produce an equally compelling line up.
Last year’s talks included:
Keynote: Vanessa Kirby - The Fables of UX
We are looking for high-quality session proposals from experienced speakers and workshop hosts. Generally, speaking slots are 30 minutes long including Q&A and the workshops will cater for approximately 40 people and will be 2 hours long.
Once submissions close, all will be considered and the shortlist contacted.
Please provide the following information:
About you (50 words max)
Title of talk/workshop (can be subject to change)
Short description of your talk/workshop (50 words max)
What conferences have you spoken at/workshops have you hosted before? (please provide links to slides or videos where possible)
(Workshop only) What will the 'session take-aways' from your workshop be?
(Workshop only) What materials will you need for your workshop?
Please email all submissions to the Interact London team: email@example.com
Deadline for submissions is 29 February 2016