Collaborate conference brings the best in UX to Bristol

With a full lineup of some of the brightest minds in UX, digital design and IA
9th May 2017

Collaborate conference, a jam-packed day full of digital design, user experience (UX) and information architecture (IA) insight and expertise, is back in Bristol this June.

With its lineup recently announced, tickets for the conference have been flying off the shelves with around 200 attendees expected to descend on the conference’s location at the Watershed.

“Attendees will leave the conference feeling inspired to create better digital experiences”

 

Gaining a mix of practical and theoretical views from international and local experts from the fields of design, user experience, information architecture and more, attendees will be joined by the likes of Moo.com’s Head of Design – Lisa Campana, Sony Mobile’s Lead Experience Designer – Andrea Picchi and conference coordinators and Bristol-based UX specialists Nomensa‘s very own Director of Accessibility – Alastair Campbell.

Catherine Vaughan, Head of Marketing at Nomensa, (pictured left) tells us: “Collaborate is aimed at anyone working in digital. With a focus on UX and design, but covering all areas of digital, the conference welcomes designers, UXers, directors, founders, account managers, project managers, techies and everyone in between.

“Collaborate flies the flag for digital in the South West”

 

“Attendees come to Collaborate primarily to gain insights into digital design – both in a practical and theoretical sense. Our diverse speaker lineup of international thought leaders spans disciplines and sectors from healthcare to automotive, accessibility to digital transformation, and branding to UX strategy. Attendees will leave the conference feeling inspired to create better digital experiences, knowledge of how to work better together and with lots of new contacts too.

“Collaborate flies the flag for digital in the South West. We’re really proud be a part of the thriving creative scene in Bristol and it’s only right that it should be celebrated. We purposely keep ticket prices low to ensure the conference is accessible to all. We appreciate not everyone can afford £200+ conference tickets so our tickets start at just £30 for students and are capped at £115.”

Check out the full Collaborate lineup, get more information and purchase tickets via the Collaborate website. You can also stay up to date with the conference by following it on Twitter here: @CollaborateConf.