TICKETS

Recording of the 2022 live-stream

DKK 2500

 

Get full access to the recording of this year’s conference, including talks, Q&A sessions, and the panel discussion for a discounted price.

This ticket does not include the goodie-bag.

Please note that tickets are not refundable, as links will be sent to you immediately.

Prices are ex. VAT

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Workshop tickets:

Jane Ruffino

DKK 3000

Tickets to Jane Ruffino’s This field is required: content design for human-centered forms workshop. Date to be announced – May!

 

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Conversations with UX Copenhagen®

Free

Inspired by her initial talks with potential speakers for the UX Copenhagen® conference, Helle Martens will be inviting voices in tech and design to talk about the upcoming theme for the next conference. The conversation is recorded live, and anyone can join in with questions.

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SPEAKERS 2022

Our CALL FOR PAPERS is open from June 1st until September 1st each year. The speaker list for 2022 is now full, and we look forward to hearing from you again next year!

2022 PROGRAM

March 28, 2022 (day 1)

  8:30 –  9:00

Networking in online chatrooms

  9:00 –  9:15

Welcome

Helle Martens

9:15 – 10:00

Brigette Metzler

Change, Threads, Distaves, and Ordering Principles

Brigette Metzler

Using her own change story, Brigette will give you some guiding principles to spot the flows of agency, authority, and autonomy to help you in your own change work.

10:10 – 10:40

Miriam Lerkenfeld

Tools For Change

Miriam Lerkenfeld

Miriam Lerkenfeld focuses on employee involvement, prototyping and open innovation. In this talk, Miriam will talk about how and why UX should become an important part of the foundation for implementing change..

10:45 – 11:05

BREAK – Networking in online chatrooms

11:05- 11:35

Silvia Podestá

Design will never matter (unless we uproot these four major sins)

Silvia Podestá

This talk is about a company trying to give power back to the everyday user by protecting user privacy, fighting back against the surveillance economy, and rewarding web content creators at the same time.

11:40- 12:10

Aurora Melchor

A Case Study on Culture and Values

Aurora Melchor

At UX Copenhagen, Aurora will be speaking about what happens to a company’s culture and values when they experience sudden and massive growth.

12:15 – 13:15

Lunch

13:15 – 14:45

Rolf MolichRolf Molich

Workshops
Rolf Molich “Draining the UX Swamp” (live)
Jen Blatz and Ashley Morgan “Embracing the Workshop Culture” (online)

14:45 – 15:15

Bethany SonefeldBethany Sonefeld

Create with conscience: healthier tech for a digitally distracted world.

Bethany Sonefeld

As creators, we have a tremendous responsibility to build tech that respects our users time, mental space, and well-being. As consumers, we must begin to build balance with the technology in our own lives. It’s time we create with conscience.

15:15 – 15:35

BREAK – Networking in online chatrooms

15:35 – 16:00

Eva Høyer Nielsen

Employee Experience and Alternative Perspectives

Eva Høyer Nielsen

What happens in our experience as employees today, and what alternative perspectives can we start to embed within our own organizations – and even within ourselves?

16.10 – 17:00

Dean Schuster

Dean Schuster

What the Soviet Space Program Taught Me About Digital Product Design

17:00 – 17:15

QUICK BREAK

17.15 – 18:15

2022 Round Table and Panel Discussions

2022 Round Table and Panel Discussions

2022 Round Table and Panel Discussions

18.30 – 22.00

Pizza and beer event for our live attendees in Copenhagen

March 29, 2022 (day 2)

  8:30 –  8:50

Networking in online chatrooms

  8:50 –   9:00

Welcome

Helle Martens

  9:00 –  9:40

Cancan Wang

Co-design Change Through the Digital: Governance and Culture of Organizations

Cancan Wang

Governance and culture are two common approaches for organizations to initiate and adapt to digital changes. What is the relationship between the two, and how can co-design be used as an approach to steer practices of both?

9:45 – 10:10

Dr. Sorcha MacLeod

Dr. Sorcha MacLeod

Sexism in Tech

10:10 – 10:30

BREAK – Networking in online chatrooms

10:30 – 11:00

Matt Homewood

Fighting For Systemic Change

Matt Homewood

Fighting for Systemic Change. On a mission to end supermarket food waste in Denmark and beyond, Matt will be joining us to uncover the global food waste farce, and review the impacts. More importantly, technological and legislative solutions will be explored so that we can forge an exit plan.

11:05 – 11:35

Thorsten Jonas

Sustainable UX

Thorsten Jonas

Last year at the UX Copenhagen conference, we launched the idea of Sustainable UX and held a huge workshop on creating a toolset for a “Sustainable UX Playbook”. A lot has happened since, and we are super happy to have Thorsten back again in 2022 to talk about what has been going on in this important project.

11:40 – 12:40

Lunch

  12:40 – 14:10

Maggie Jandová

Workshop: The Innovation Lab Game

Maggie Jandová

In this workshop, Maggie will talk about creativity, and show you how a hiring process can be made fun using “The Innovation Lab Game”. The workshop is intended for anyone looking for ways to spark creativity, improve their problem-solving skills, and doing things differently.

14:10 – 14:30

BREAK – Networking in online chatrooms

14:30 – 14:55

Ivy Ndungi & Claudel Rheault

Making your silent users heard: UX research in low digital literacy contexts

Ivy Ndungi & Claudel Rheault

Designing for users that are very different from what you’re used to presents a series of challenges that are particularly unique, and require a creative approach to user research.

14:55 – 15:30

Winnie Mulli

Mental Health Centered UX Design

Winnie Mulli

Senior UI/UX Designer Winnie Mulli has a love for intuitive design and teaching how to design products with mental health in mind. Her talk will be about the role of UX/UI in Mental Health centered Human Interaction Design.

15:30 – 15:50

BREAK – Networking in online chatrooms

15:50 –   16:20

Jane Ruffino

A Form is a Problem, Not a Solution

Jane Ruffino

In this talk, content designer Jane Ruffino will argue that no matter who is responsible for the form design process (OK, it should be content designers), it’s hard to make forms better because forms aren’t about input fields, error messages, or progress bars, forms are about power.

16:35 – 17:10

Martina Gobec

Feedback Culture and the Importance of Change

Martina Gobec

In her closing keynote, Martina will talk about the importance of feedback in creating honest cultures and learning organisations. She will cover why feedback is a fundamental tool for learning, share core principles for building a strong feedback culture and tips to get started with the change.

  17:10 –   17:15

See you next year!

Helle Martens

Changes to the program may occur!

#UXCopenhagen 2022 ©hellemartens.com 2022

What is UX COpenhagen?

UX Copenhagen® is Denmark’s most inspirational human experience conference!

The theme for UX Copenhagen® 2022 is “Creating a Culture Change”. We’ll be looking into paradigm shifts within leaderhip, employee experience, governance, change management, and empowerment. We will be discussing how different “isms” and biases have a huge effect on the internal culture of a company – and how this ties into UX and design, and what we can do to change this.

UX Copenhagen® connects people from all over the world for essential conversations. Our speakers are a wonderful mix of professionals, ranging from juniors new to the field to big names in the field. The participants come from all parts of the world.

We have decided that the 2022 conference will again be 100% virtual. We’re doing a lot to focus on bringing people together to network and interact. We’ll be hosting Round Table sessions with our speakers (some previous speakers too) with only 6 participants in each session; hands-on, live workshops; and live Q&A sessions with each of this year’s speakers. The Round Table sessions will only be available to conference participants. The live-stream will be available on-demand to all participants for a year.

Please read more about the conference here!

2022 Sponsors

UX Copenhagen® is supported by companies from all over the world. Are you interested in sponsoring us? Please reach out to
hello (at) uxcopenhagen.com

The revenue for UX Copenhagen is solely based on ticket sales and (very few) company sponsorships. Each contribution means that we can keep moving forward with the conference, so we’re deeply grateful for our sponsors!

Charlie Tango

 

 

Our main sponsor this year is Charlie Tango. They are generously sponsoring our “studio” for the live-stream of the conference, and we can’t wait to spend a couple of days in their cool office space in the Eastern part of Copenhagen (Østerbro).

MIRO is SILVER sponsor this year, and not only helping with a sponsorship, but also helping create the whole slide deck for UX Copenhagen 2022! 
The LEGO Group is helping sponsor UX Copenhagen 2022! Meet them live in one of our online sponsor booths during the conference! 
We’re sending out a huge thank you to duckwise for their continued support of the conference! 
Once again, the lovely people at axure are sonsoring 2 free 1-year subscription licenses of Axure RP Team Edition
SEABORG technologies are generously sponsoring Aurora’s talk! Make sure to check them out – they’re hiring!
Rosenfeld Media has been a huge support to UX Copenhagen throughout the years, donating books for us to give out during the conference, and providing our participants with discounts. Be sure to check out their books, workshops and conferences!
balsamiq has been our sponsor since the first UX Copenhagen conference. Once again, they’ll be giving our participants discounts. 🙌 

8

Years of experience

20+

Speakers each year

70+

Workshops hosted

1800+

Attendees