The event attracts Interaction Designers and UX practitioners not only from London but also from across Europe and tickets sold out in a matter of minutes months before the event.
Being an ‘unconference’ there is no set line-up or schedule, attendees are encouraged to turn up and add their own session to the grid which is made up of 30 minute time slots. The topics were very varied and ranged from sketching to cognitive psychology, to metrics-driven design, to discussions about processes and sources of inspiration.
LiveWireframing is a collaborative co-design activity, which allows you to see your ideas mirrored on a device instantly using a webcam, a whiteboard and a mobile device. The workshop was jam-packed with about 30 participants getting involved in the activity.
We thoroughly enjoyed the event and would like to thank everyone who took part in our workshop. We’d also like to thank the sponsors, organisers and volunteers who made UXCamp London 2012 possible.