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Our next book, 'Ruined by Design' by Mike Monteiro, has been requested by our book club members several times, and it seems the perfect book for the last Meetup of 2020.Erfahren Sie mehr »
*** UPDATE ***
Due to health-safety reasons we continue with our remote meetups.
Get out and talk to the user! A piece of great advice for a user-centric approach - but the digital world - and COVID-19 - set us up some challenges to struggle here. In his meetup session, Jonas Fuchs shares his experiences. He will highlight how to conduct remote research, the essential basics, and how to build systems within companies to ensure user affinity.Erfahren Sie mehr »
At our January event we will briefly recap what took place in the UX space last year and take a look together at some hot trending topics for 2021.Erfahren Sie mehr »
We are starting the new year with a classic: Originally published in 1991, 'Computers as Theatre' presents a new theory of human-computer activity. Find out what Aristotle can teach interface designers and join us on the stage that is our screen!Erfahren Sie mehr »
In this interactive workshop session Michael will discuss with us about the challenges on both sides of the PO/UX collaboration. Join us and maybe you can bring your Product Owner to join the discussion.Erfahren Sie mehr »
Join us for a beer at the next UX/UI book club. This time we are talking about "Hooked - How to build habit-forming products" by Nir Eyal.Erfahren Sie mehr »
We are a community and want to share our knowledge but also learn from others! Therefore, we provide a platform to discuss your own experience with us!
Feel free to join, listen, ask questions or bring in your own experience regarding issues or questions other community members are dealing with!
Lisa Feldman Barrett's latest book is described as "The world's first neuroscience “beach read.”
Sounds intriguing, yet you may wonder what that has to do with UX Design. Turns out - quite a lot: Behavioural Design and Emotional Design are both in-demand topics, as is knowing about cognitive bias. Yet a lot of what we read about the human brain in UX books and articles is actually outdated.
A.J. Wood is a Senior Solutions Consultant for Adobe. In his keynote he will provide insights on Adobe XD. Everyone who wants to dive deeper into Adobe XD can attend the workshop afterwards and try out all features together with the other attendees.Erfahren Sie mehr »
Interested in User Experience or User Interface Design, User Research or Digital Product Management and an early bird? Join UxWien Mornings from 8:30am to 10am every 1st Friday of the month.
Expect meeting like-minded humans, friendly discussions of interesting topics and expanding your professional network in a great atmosphere.