Between May 15th and 17th, UXLx 2013 takes center stage for me. This will be the third consecutive User Experience Lisbon conference that I’ve attended. The first 2 were increadibly inspiring, tiring, and great fun. I’ve obviously got similar expectations for this year too.
Day one featured Presentations in English, day two in Swedish – but almost all of the tweets from both days were in English, which was wonderfully considerate of those attending.
The two-day line-up featured:
- James Robertson, StepTwo Designs
- Rossen Roussev, former Shell Enterprise Portal Manager
- Martin White, IntranetFocus Ltd.
- Mark Morrell, Intranet Manager, BT (British Telecom)
- Michael Sampson, Collaboration Strategist
- Webrådgivare Fredrik Wackå
- Christian Skjæran, Intranet Manager, Corporate Communications, Chr. Hansen A/S
- Ingo Johansson, Web Consultant, Global IT Development, NNE Pharmaplan
- Gabriel Olsson, Head of Corporate e-Comms, Tetra Pak
- Damra Muminovic, Sogeti
Here, collected together in one document published on Scribd, are all 325 tweets by 101 people from the morning of the 5th of October until Sunday the 10th. There were a number of post-conference blog posts and articles, so I included the 4 days after the conference.
In one of my last tweets from the 5th, I summarised the first day of the conference with these few words: task-based, people focused & mobile.
This autumn I’m going to be attending a couple of conferences. A couple of interesting and inspiring conferences. Hopefully if you are attending either of them then you’ll manage to find me, say hello and be social.
Disruptive Code – 21-22 September 2010
Later this month Disruptive Code takes place in Stockholm at the Tekniska Museet. It looks like an event that will be worth every kronor of the incredibly low price of 3,955.50 SEK for the two days (after the 10% discount you’ll get by using this link of mine)
“Code. Methods. Apps. Services. Tech. Mobile.” is how they summarise the event, which is aimed at web developers but also web designers, IT- and business strategists and entrepreneurs. Amongst the people speaking at the event are a whole load of guys and girls behind some of the most interesting Swedish startups.
The Twitter hashcode for the event is #dcode
IntraTeam Event Stockholm – 5 October 2010
In October Stochkolm hosts a 2-day IntraTeam intranet conference. The first day is an international day, where all the speakers will speak English. The second day has a Swedish focus and will be held in a mix of Swedish and English. Both days are filled with speakers who can give concrete advice and examples of intranet best practices and trends.
I’m attending day one of the conference, and of course hanging about to be social at the cocktail party that brings the day to a close. Looking forward to listening to and meeting James Robertson, Mark Morell amongst others.
The Twitter hashcode for the event is #ies10
See you there?
So, if you are already going, or if you decide to come along, let me know – and say hello!