THANK YOU for being part of UX Copenhagen 2017!

This third annual UX Copenhagen conference included talks and workshops from leaders in the field of user-centered design, (invisible) UI, and human behavior.

We were taught how businesses can profit from infusing their company's culture with design thinking strategies, and hereby empowering their users, customers and employees.

See you next year on March 6-7, 2018 in Copenhagen!

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SPEAKERS 2017

Our presenters are a fantastic mixture of international and local experts. They will speak about exciting new trends in the field, and about what they're doing to design empowering experiences for digital and physical products.

Peng Cheng

Peng Cheng

February 23, 2017

Workshop: The Mindful Digital Experience We live in an age of attention economy. As UX professionals, our job is to … Read More

Jakob de Lemos & Sofie Bech

Jakob de Lemos & Sofie Bech

February 11, 2017

“Discover how to improve the effectiveness of your communication and user experience through eye tracking” The digital landscape is changing … Read More

Sara Green Brodersen

Sara Green Brodersen

February 11, 2017

“Empowering User Trust in the Sharing Economy” (Slides from the conference are available HERE) With the growing sharing economy and … Read More

Marie-Louise Skjølstrup

Marie-Louise Skjølstrup

February 11, 2017

“Don’t bring a knife to a gun fight.” (Slides are available HERE) Solid advice. Unfortunately, this is exactly the situation … Read More

Nina Pytter Laursen

Nina Pytter Laursen

February 10, 2017

“UX of Medical Devices: Design For Simplicity and Empowerment” (Slides from Nina’s presentation are available HERE) Poor UX can result … Read More

Lucas Wxyz

Lucas Wxyz

January 31, 2017

We all know about Gamification of the User Experience. But what about gamifing the Design Workshop? Join me on a … Read More

Chris Monnier

Chris Monnier

January 31, 2017

“How UX research has helped develop personal growth” Chris is here to tell us about an Airbnb feature that helps … Read More

Paola Mariselli

Paola Mariselli

January 22, 2017

“Designing for the Next Billion People” Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected. We know the … Read More

Jenny Shirey

Jenny Shirey

January 17, 2017

WORKSHOP: Using “Discovery” to Create Products People Actually Want (Slides are available HERE.) Too often, we make things that are … Read More

Ina Rosen

Ina Rosen

January 17, 2017

“Service Design to Empower Citizens” It’s hard for public administration to deliver meaningful and transparent digital solutions. Service, efficiency and … Read More

Ida Aalen

Ida Aalen

January 3, 2017

Ida Aalen: “Never Show A Design You Haven’t Tested On Users” (slides from the conference are available HERE) If you’re already … Read More

James Murray

James Murray

December 13, 2016

“The Future Decoded: AI and Invisible Interfaces” What does the future look like? Will the rise of artificial intelligence mean … Read More

Pete Trainor

Pete Trainor

November 30, 2016

“Don’t Do Things Better, Do Better Things” (Slides from the conference are available HERE) How do we stop designing the … Read More

Charlotte Kling Petersen

Charlotte Kling Petersen

November 30, 2016

Working to create the best Customer Experience at one of the world’s most famous amusement parks is no easy task! … Read More

Nikkel Blaase

Nikkel Blaase

November 30, 2016

“How to Apply Product Thinking to UX Design” (Slides from the conference are available HERE.) “Product Thinking” is an advanced mindset … Read More

Zoltan Kollin

Zoltan Kollin

November 30, 2016

“Good Design is a Myth” (Slides are available HERE) There is no good recipe for great design. Environments, technology, and … Read More

Tina Dejan

Tina Dejan

November 30, 2016

What happens when right brainers meet left brainers under the same roof? In this talk, Tina will elaborate on the … Read More

Lena Egede

Lena Egede

November 30, 2016

“How To Do Ultra Lightweight User Testing With An Impact” (Slides from the conference are available HERE) In today’s fast-paced … Read More

Rolf Hapel

Rolf Hapel

November 30, 2016

Rolf has had a huge role in facilitating UX and design thinking in the development of DOKK1, designated by IFLA … Read More

David de Leon

David de Leon

November 30, 2016

Design by Magic: Applying the Techniques Of Magic to User Experience Design (Slides from the conference are available HERE) Have … Read More

VENUE

Tivoli Gardens / Lumbyesalen

Tietgensgade 12
1630 København
Danmark

CODE OF CONDUCT

We expect all attendees, speakers, sponsors, partners, staff, and volunteers participating at UX Copenhagen to agree with the following code of conduct.

We will not tolerate harassment or discrimination in any form at UX Copenhagen. 

The conference WILL be a safe environment for everybody regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion. We are expecting all participants to help ensure a safe environment for everybody, both at the venue, at workshop venues, on any online media, and at all conference-related social events.

Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, any online media, or at any conference-related social events.

Conference participants violating these rules will may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund.

If you need help in any way, contact any of the staff or volunteers, or email us at info@hellemartens.com.

In case of emergency, contact police, ambulance, or the fire department by calling 112 (urgent). In non-urgent cases, please contact any of the staff or volunteers immediately. 

 

 

PREVIOUS TALKS

Check out some of the talks from our previous UX, design, and behavioral science conferences.

UX Copenhagen 2016

March 3-4, 2016

Designing for Emotions & Trust

A conference about creating emotional experiences and designing for trust: When digital becomes personal.

Nudging 2016

June 14, 2016

Copenhagen's first conference about Customer Experience and Behavioral Design

Learn about human behavior, and what motivates us, and use this knowledge to create the best customer experience.

Design Matters 2015

September 29-30, 2015

Game changers in design and digital experiences

A conference about Digital experiences and Game-changing design. 2 days of talks and workshops in Copenhagen.

UX Copenhagen 2015

March 3-4, 2015

Denmark's first conference about UX and Customer Experience

Meet the people behind Denmark's best digital customer experiences and learn how they create design that centers around the user.

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SOCIAL MEDIA

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SPONSORS

If you are looking for a hotel in Copenhagen, please contact Philip: Philip (at) hotelcity.dk. Best Western is offering UX Copenhagen participants a 10% discount.

A huge thanks to our sponsors at UX Copenhagen: