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UX STRAT 2013 is a conference that brings together UX leaders, strategists, researchers and senior practitioners to discuss the latest trends in strategic experience planning and design. Join us for an event that will help you take experience design to the next level in your organization.
This intimate conference of an estimated 250 attendees will foster meaningful and lasting interactions among a highly experienced community of UX professionals. UX STRAT provides the perfect environment to meet with thought leaders in a pivotal industry that will surely leave its mark on digital business practices in the years to come. The format will be single-track plenary sessions, so that the attendee experience will be more like a thinktank than a series of passive lectures. There will be ample time for discussion and networking.
When: September 9 - 11, 2013
Where: Georgia Tech Global Learning Center
Price: Two-Day Conference (September 10 - 11) costs $599 for Super Early Registration (through July 31, 2013), $699 for Early Registration (through August 31, 2013) and $799 for Regular Registration. Two-Day Conference plus Two Half-Day Workshops (September 9 - 11) costs $949 for Super Early Registration (through July 31, 2013), $1049 for Early Registration (through August 31, 2013) and $1149 for Regular Registration.
UX STRAT 2013 has been organized specifically for experienced UX leaders, strategists researchers, and designers. This is a great audience for recruiting senior UX talent, as well as for getting the message out that your company is serious about strategic user experience design. For sponsorship information, view the onesheet: http://uxstrat.com/Sponsorship_Onesheet.pdf.
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UX Strategy Group
The UX Strategy Group promotes the practice of User Experience Strategy globally through workshops, consulting, collaborative projects, and the UX Strategy Conference.