UX CAMP: The Concept
UX Camp CPH is built on the BarCamp concept, which is a user-generated conference form, that has a self-organizing character, relying on the passion and the responsibility of the participants. If you’ve never attended a UX Camp before, the concept might seem a bit confusing. But there’s no need to worry – It is actually fairly simple:
- No spectators, just participants: A successful camp requires active participation from everyone.
- When you come, be prepared to share you knowledge with the other barcampers.
- When you leave, tidy up after yourselves and be prepared to share your post-camp experience with the world.
There are many ways you can be an active participant and ensure that we all have a fantastic UX Camp: You could give a presentation, facilitate a workshop, write a blogpost, share your experiences on social media or take part in the many interesting discussions and conversations on the conference – This is called participation and sharing and we like it!
Note: We have sharpies and notebooks for all attendees. There are VGA and HDMI connections in all the rooms. If you need any other equipment like post-its, you will need to provide your own.
Are you interested in doing a session or is the concept still not clear? Then read a bit more about it below or visit the wikipedia page about Barcamps in general.