Wow, UX Brighton 2010 Conference, 13 September!

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Danny and James have really pulled a rabbit out of a hat with the upcoming UX Brighton 2010 Conference. What a great line-up!

  • Rory Sutherland: you may have seen his TED talk, Rory is Vice-Chairman of Ogilvy Group UK.
  • Eric Reiss: heard of him maybe? He’s one of the most well known figures in European UX.
  • Claire Rowland: an accomplished Design Researcher, Claire has spent the last couple of years building up Fjord London’s UX research offerings.
  • Jeroen van Geel: Interaction Designer and founder of the hugely popular Johnny Holland magazine.
  • Julian Hirst: Head of Electronic Ink in the UK (They’re UX heavyweights: think financial trading UIs and fraud surveillance visualizations.)
  • James Page & Sabrina Mach: owners of Fera Labs, makers of Webnographer, the remote unmoderated quantitative user research platform, and also co-organizers of this event.
  • Plus another mystery speaker: who could it be?

Early bird tickets are only £69, but you can get a further 15% off if you follow @uxbri and tweet about the event.