Thank you all for a great event
Location: IT-University of Copenhagen
Thank you for a great UX Camp CPH 2013
UX Camp CPH 2013 is over. We, the organizers, had a blast and we hope everybody else had a great time too.
We would like to thank all the attendees for your fantastic and positive attitude, your inspiring sessions, and your openness towards each other. Thanks to the great and inspiring keynotes and finally a big thanks to all our sponsors.
We encourage all the speakers to add themselves to their own sessions on http://lanyrd.com/2013/uxcampcph/. And the slides too of course.
If you’ve been active with your camera and are using flickr, please join our flickr group in order to share the moment with the rest of us. Link to flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/uxcampcph/
And finally stay connected with us and your new UX friends at our facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/uxcampcph) and on twitter (@uxcampCPH). We’ll keep you informed about future events.
Based on our own experiences and the great feedback we got after UX Camp CPH 2012, we’ve decided to shake it up a bit in 2013. In short, we’ve added another day to the camp (UX Bootcamp) which happened about a month prior to the camp itself. Other than that we’ve moved the camp to friday and saturday instead of taking up the whole weekend. This as a measure to prevent people from not showing up on the second day of the camp. Here’s how it looks:
Important info: UX Camp CPH 2013 is sold out.
UX Camp CPH is once again ready to welcome you. We gather to share our knowledge and our passion for User Experience. If you have never attended UX Camp CPH, or other UX Camps for that matter, we recommend you to read about the concept on our website.
The idea behind UX Camp CPH: UX Camp is you!
How we plan the sessions: Session planning – visualized
Still have questions about UX Camp CPH? Ask us here or on twitter or facebook. We, and the community, are more than willing to help you.
Friday, April 12
The Friday will be a fabulous afternoon and evening with the community.
- We’ll meet at 16:30 at ITU for a Friday beer, and at 17:00 we are welcoming Andrea Resmini as our Friday Night Keynote.
- After that we’ll have a UX Ignite session where we’ll be introduced to a lot of exciting topics and cases.
- We will finish off the event with a light meal and more networking. This will be accompanied by a special guest DJ
The whole concept for Friday night is for you to get into the UX Camp CPH-mood and meet the people you’ll spend the whole Saturday with. We’ll make sure this day will be fun, inspiring and perhaps eye opening.
Saturday, April 13
Saturday we’re back in the regular UX Camp CPH-mode with session planning, talks, workshops, coffe breaks, networking etc.
- 8.30 – 9.30 Check in and breakfast.
- 9.30 – 10.30 Welcome and Keynote
- 10.45– 11.30 Session planning.
- 11.45 – 12.30 Session slot 1
- 12.30 – 13.15 Lunch
- 13:15 – 14.00 Session slot 2
- 14:15 – 15.00 Session slot 3
- 15:15 – 16.00 Session slot 4
- 16:15 – 17.00 Closing keynote with Eric Reiss
- 17.00 – 18.00 Drinks and networking
- 18.00 – 18.30 Transport to Dinner
- 18.30 – 20.00 UX Dinner
- 20.00 – ?? UX Party at Bakken
This year we'll bring in some keynotes for UX Camp 2013. we'll announce them here as soon as they are in place.
Andrea is a researcher and teacher at the University of Borås, Sweden, and an information architect with FatDUX, a UX firm with headquarters in Copenhagen.
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Saturday - opening
Leisa Reichelt is a leading user experience practitioner and community organiser. She left the agency and consulting world four years ago to work on finding ways to help start-ups get access to user experience consultancy, and to make some good experiences of her own.
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Saturday - closing
Eric Reiss has held a wide range of eclectic jobs: piano player (in a house of ill-repute), senior copywriter (in an ad-house of ill-repute), player-piano repairman, adventure-game creator, and stage director. His experiences have served him admirably as an information architect, although he can’t explain exactly how.
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What is UX Camp?
UX Camp CPH gathers practitioners and academics from the fast expanding User Experience (UX) community in Denmark and the rest of Scandinavia.
UX Camp CPH is the place to meet your colleagues across traditional borders! It is the place to exchange both ideas and knowledge.
UX Camp CPH is however not a traditional conference. It is a barCamp. That means that you will contribute actively. The barCamp concept means: No tourists, only participants. We focus on the emerging UX environment in south Scandinavia: Denmark and south Sweden (Oresund). We welcome, however, participants from all countries and regions, so don’t hesitate. The presentation languages will be in English, so everybody has a fair chance to participate.
You will most likely have an interest in attending UX Camp CPH if you’re:
- an Art Director
- a Usability expert
- an Information architect
- an Interaction designer
- a Graphics designer
- a UX designer
- a Researcher
- an Academic within design, HCI, anthropology, psychology, sociology etc.
- or simply just interested in UX
There is one thing that makes an UX Camp special and that is the fact that the UX Camp is you!
UX Camp is built on active participation from everyone at every level. Contribution is the keyword. There are many ways to actively contribute to having a fantastic UX Camp. You could either give a presentation, a workshop, a discussion or take part in the many interesting sessions and conversations on the conference. UX Camp CPH is your conference, and in that perspective, it’s partly your responsibility that it’s going to be an event to remember.
Unlike ordinary conferences you get to play all the parts of a conference. You are the the speaker, you are the listener, you are the critical part of a discussion that makes it interesting…
Session planning at UX Camp CPH
Bring your session to the UX Camp and we'll create the schedule all together. Here's how in four simple steps.
We’ll call for speakers.
Fill in your session card.
Pitch your session.
You’re on the board.