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.
Our venues are always handicap accessible. If you have special needs, allergies, or need help in any way, please contact any of the staff or volunteers, or email us at email@example.com.
In case of emergency, contact police, ambulance, or the fire department by calling 112 (urgent). In non-urgent cases, please contact anyone from the venue or UX Copenhagen team.
UX Copenhagen 2020 Abstract
UX Copenhagen is Denmark’s most inspirational UX, content, strategy, research, and design networking event.
Join us for this premium, two day conference for professionals working with and around User Experience (UX) Design. You will hear about some of the newest trends in UX and Design, presented by a broad and diverse panel of speakers ranging from super gurus to people new to the field, from companies that range from being front-runners in User Experience to those who are just starting to create UX teams. We always feature hands-on workshops, startup companies, and speakers and participants who are taking User Experience to a new level.
Over the past few years, speakers like Mike Monteiro and Sara Wachter-Boettcher, and companies like ThinkPlace and Tech for Good Live, have been making us aware of the huge responsibility we have as designers. Many of us don’t feel that we have any power to influence, but with people like Greta Thunberg in the world, we are being shown that there are subtle ways of bringing change from within – even if it is only from one small person or group.
But what is influence in UX? This is the subject we have given our speakers for 2020: “Influence & Designing for Good”. We can’t wait to see where this takes us! We already know that some of the subjects you will be hearing about are privilege, tech for social good, Ethical OS, domestic violence, and maybe even rocket science!
Our speakers and participants are a fantastic mixture of international and local UX experts, marketing professionals, digital managers, designers, innovators, strategists, researchers, and others interested in the field. The conference is run by Helle Martens’ tiny indie business team, and fueled by a strong passion for the field of UX and design.
We look forward to welcoming you to two days filled with superb content, inspiration, networking, new knowledge, and new insights.