UX Clinic, London, April 14 – External event

Those fine people at the UK UPA (Usability Professionals’ Association) have once more wangled a fine evening of user experience Q&A – the UX Clinic. While UX London is happening, they have managed to get five great people from the UX field to spend and evening answering our UX questions.

The event takes place in London on Thursday, April 14, 2011 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM (GMT).

The event is free for UPA members, and £10 for anyone else (£5 for students). Hurry up – tickets are selling very quickly. I’ve been told, though, that if the UK UPA can secure some more sponsorship, then more tickets could become available. Lots more detail about the speakers is available on the event page.

What’s the UX Clinic?

If you haven’t managed to secure a ticket to UX London, the UX Clinic is your opportunity to meet and throw questions at Kate Rutter, Kim Goodwin, Russ Unger, Todd Zaki Warfel and Nate Bolt. All five of them are speaking at Clearleft’s conference, and have graciously agreed to take part in our panel, providing their unique perspectives to issues posed by you.

How does it work?

Ask a question, specifically for one of the speakers, or all of them. You can do so on the night, but it would be great if you submit them up-front:

email events@ukupa.org.uk with “UX London” in the subject.
tweet at @UKUPA using the hash tag “#UXLondon”

Where is it?

At the conference venue, the Cumberland Hotel, in the Carbon Bar. The entrance is on Old Quebec Street.

What does it cost?

There is no charge for UPA members only. For non-members the cost is £10, and for student non-members £5 payable on the door.

Follow them on Twitter @UKUPA

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