Bringing the UX community together

Postponing UX London 2020

Dearest Friends,

Hoping you are keeping safe and well in this strangest of years.

Back in the summer, we thought it would be possible to run an in-person event in May 2021. However, after the recent lockdown and new tiered restrictions in the UK, we no longer feel that we can safely plan an in-person event in May.

But we believe that community is even more important during challenging times. That's why we're thrilled to introduce our new format: UXFest — an online celebration of digital design, June 2021!

We’re extending the event over a whole month to share amazing sessions, provide networking opportunities, deep-dive masterclasses and still fit around your schedule. We're also introducing a range of fringe activities and giving it a bit of a festival vibe — after all, we were once called the ‘Glastonbury of UX’!

For more information and Super Early Bird tickets visit and be sure to join our mailing list to hear the latest news.

Should you have any questions please contact us on 

Wishing for healthier days ahead for everyone and our best to you and your families.

UX London team

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Check out our amazing 2020 line up of UX influencers!

Benjamin Evans

Benjamin Evans

Design Lead - Anti Discrimination Team


Vicki Tan

Vicki Tan

Former Lead Product Designer


Josh Seiden

Josh Seiden

Designer, Strategy Consultant, Coach & Author

A programme tailored to you

Each day of the conference focusses on a specific area of UX. You'll get to hear talks from thought leaders from across the community each morning. The afternoons are all about interactive workshops and each day you'll have six amazing options to choose from.

Day 1

Designing Products

Day One focuses on designing amazing products that deliver value to your customers and your business. We’ll explore the challenges of applying a user-centered approach to agile delivery, and how designers and product people can set themselves up for success as part of a cross-functional team. This includes gaining a better understanding of the language and levers of business, in order to become a more strategic and influential partner.

Who to bring: Bring your product managers, product designers, and scrum masters.

Day 2

Designing for People

Day Two is about taking your customer experience to the next level, by unlocking the power of user-centred design. How can you develop insight into your customer needs, and use that to drive the content, design and strategy of your products and services? And once you’ve developed that insight, how do you get buy-in from the rest of the company?

Who to bring: Bring your researchers, service designers and CX team.

Day 3

Designing for the Future

Day Three is all about look­ing at the technologies, challenges and trends shaping the future of our work. How can we better predict and deal with the unintended consequences of our designs? Could Design Futures be a way of taking a longer and more strategic view of our impact as Designers? If so, what tools and techniques can we deploy to maximise user value while minimizing misuse?

Who to bring: Bring your managers, executives and leadership team

Incredible venue

Designed by the architects behind the Turbine Hall and Beijing Olympic Stadium, the RIBA Award-winning Trinity Laban is the perfect setting for three days of pure UX inspiration.