If there’s something else that’s abundant in London this summer apart from rain, it’s interesting UX events. Last Saturday, three members of the Webcredible UX team (myself, Yeevon & Richard) braved the rain and made their way to an annual fixture of the UX events calendar, UXCampLondon 2012. If you’ve never been to UXCampLondon, the best way to describe it is as the ‘open-mic’ version of a UX conference. There’s no pre-set schedule, and all attendees are encouraged to pick a time slot and host a presentation or discussion. Invariably, this results in a widely varied schedule covering everything from the core to the fringes of User Experience. Some of the sessions we liked this year were (in no particular order):
We’re proud to have sponsored UXCampLondon this year, and we’d like to send our thanks to all the volunteers who put a lot of hard work to make it happen. All the best for UXCampLondon 2013!