The Local UX Roundup – What’s Going on Near You This Week?

There’s always something going on somewhere in the world that’s all about User Experience. But where? It’s a thorny problem that we hope to help you make short work of:

IDF Local Events

The IDF local events are always free to attend (though you may be asked to buy a drink by the venue) and you DO NOT need to be a member to take part in a local event.

We welcome anyone to these events who has a strong interest in design and the future of the user experience. Students and noobs are equally welcome with experience professionals and market leaders. This is your chance to shape the future of design; so come and take it.

On the 3rd of December we have IDF Curitiba in Brazil running their first event. They are looking at some problem solving exercises for designers and it will be held in the design facility at UFPR. This meeting is in Portuguese as you would expect.

Then also on the 3rd of December we have IDF Dublin in Ireland doing their thing at the Central Hotel (Library Bar), South Great Georges. This is one of our more active chapters and excellent conversation and idea swapping can be had in Ireland.

Moving on to the 4th of December; there are two local events on this day too. The first, is in Zurich, Switzerland at Stall6 in Gessnerallee 8. The second is in Wakefield in the United States (not the one in Yorkshire in the UK) at the Microsoft N.E.R.D. Center. That’s at 1 Memorial Drive, Kendall Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Other Local Events

The India HCI conference for 2014 is due to start on the 9th of December.

You can find a full list of all UX related activities here.

One Last Thing

If you want to attend a local roundup but there isn’t one near you; don’t worry. You can always start one. Just contact us and let us know that you’d like to be an IDF local leader and we can support you in starting your own local design network. Leaders gain the respect of their UX community and the opportunity to enhance their own careers.

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