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Upcoming UX Conferences To Attend in 2024
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Upcoming UX Conferences To Attend in 2024

Upcoming UX Conferences To Attend in 2024

Author:
Saviour Egbe
·
December 20, 2023

Are you looking to learn from the best in the industry and network with like-minded professionals? UX conferences offer a unique opportunity to do just that. You get to meet inspiring people doing great work, learn about the latest trends and techniques, and discover new opportunities that you would have missed out on otherwise.

In this article, we'll talk about the upcoming best UX conferences, with ticket prices, what to expect, and why you should go for it! Whether you're looking for UX events near you, or want to check out big user experience conferences worldwide, there's a lot to discover. It's not just about the latest in UX design – these events are also great for making connections. Let's dive into the awesome UX design networking events that might shape how we approach user experience in 2024!

All the ticket prices here are in USD for consistency. Some prices may fluctuate a little due to conversion rates between the original currency and USD.

Date Conference Location Ticket Price
AXE CON February 20–22 Virtual FREE
ConveyUX February 27–29 Seattle, WA, USA $495 - $1,195
IUI ACM 2024 March 18–21 Greenville, SC, USA TBA
UX Copenhagen March 20–21 Copenhagen, Denmark $420.97 - $912.10
UX360 Research Summit May 16–17 Berlin, Germany $731 - $941
From Business to Buttons Conference May 24 Stockholm, Sweden $447 - $1144
Figma Config 2024 June 26-27 San Franscisco, USA $175 - $699
UX London 2024 June 18-20 London, UK $756 - $1901

We will keep updating this article as new UX conferences open up. If we’ve missed a UX conference, please let us know, and we’ll add it here.

1. AXE CON 2024 

When: February 20–22, 2024
Where: Virtual
Who is it for: Anyone interested in digital accessibility, including UXRs, designers, product and tech professionals
Ticket Price: FREE

Axe-con is the world's largest digital accessibility UX conference held by Deque systems, and it's coming to your virtual doorstep this February. It’s also free to attend.

Source: @dequesystems

Axe-con 2024 will be a three-day virtual UX event that will feature a mix of keynote speakers, panel discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities. The interactive online sessions will also have live captions and ASL, alongside special virtual entertainment, and opportunities to win Deque swag.

So mark your calendars and register today!

2. ConveyUX 2024

When: February 27–29, 2024
Where: Seattle, WA, USA
Who is it for: UX professionals
Ticket Price: $495 to $1,195

Source: ConveyUX Website

Hosted by the UX design agency BlinkUX, ConveyUX’24 is one of the most note-worthy user experience conferences for leaders, strategists, designers and UX researchers alike. This year promises an exciting line-up of speakers from Microsoft, Google, Figma, and Nike, with a focus on the year's theme of "AI & Experience Design for a Competitive Edge."

The keynote sessions, panels and networking events will discuss using AI to improve customer and employee experiences, and future-proofing your organization with innovative UX strategies.

ConveyUX24 Seattle tickets start at $495 for the virtual experience and go up to $1,195 for the full conference pass. Early bird tickets are available for $795.

3. IUI ACM 2024 

When: March 18–21, 2024
Where: Greenville, SC, USA
Who is it for: UX/UI academics and professionals
Ticket Price: TBA

The Intelligent User Interfaces ACM Conference is a must-have on your UX events list, even if it’s more on the academic side. The organizing committee has research scholars from universities worldwide, and the event is open to students and practitioners alike.

Paper submissions for IUI 2024 is closed, but you can still submit workshop and tutorial proposals on the theme “Resilience”. This will include related topics such as COVID-19 recovery, organizational cyber resilience, economic growth and stability, climate change recovery, and intelligent user interface resilience.

Source: IUI 2024

Whether you're an academic, industry professional, government employee, or non-profit worker, IUI 2024 is the perfect opportunity to share your work, learn from others, and get inspired by the latest trends in IUIs.

Ticket prices are yet to be announced, so keep an eye on the official website.

4. UX Copenhagen 2024: Degrowth and Consumerism

When: March 20–21, 2024
Where: Copenhagen, Denmark
Who is it for: UX researchers, designers, strategists, tech, product, marketing professionals
Ticket Price:  $420 to $912

As one of the most noteworthy UX conferences in Europe, UX Copenhagen is back in 2024, on the theme ‘Degrowth and Consumerism’.

Source: UX Copenhagen 

The sessions will be geared towards advocating for a more sustainable and equitable economy that prioritizes human well-being over material consumption.

What can you expect at UX Copenhagen 2024?
The two-day event will feature talks, workshops, and networking opportunities, with 20+ local and international speakers.
UX Copenhagen 2024 tickets start at $420.97 for the live-stream and go up to $912.10 for the on-site experience. Early bird tickets are available for a limited time.

5. UX360 EU Summit 

When: May 16–17, 2024
Where: Berlin, Germany
Who is it for: UX professionals
Ticket Price:  $731 to $941

The UX360 EU Summit is the first, in-person edition of the UX360 conference series, which also has a virtual edition planned for January 2024. The EU Summit promises to be a value-packed Ux events in Europe, with sessions on the latest UX research and design - from planning and conducting, to analysis and the implementation of UX insights. 

Source:  UX360 EU Summit 

This year's summit will feature a lineup of world-class speakers from leading companies such as Google, SAP, and Delivery Hero. In this two-day event, you will also have the opportunity to participate in workshops and networking sessions with other UX professionals from around Europe.

Tickets for the UX360 EU Summit 2024 start at  $731 for early bird tickets and go up to $941 for late tickets.

9. From Business to Buttons Conference

When: May 24, 2024
Where: Stockholm, Sweden | Virtual
Who’s it for: Designers
Ticket Price: $447 to $1144

Source: Business to buttons website

This premier design conference (with such a fun name) is held in Stockholm annually, and this year’s edition promises to be just as extraordinary, for anyone who’s into building great products/services.

The conversations will take a holistic approach to design, and will address the nature of movement and progress, along with the caution it entails. The speaker line-up is yet to be announced, but ticket prices gradually increase as you book closer to the date.Snag your passes early at $994 before 21 February, or reserve a spot for the virtual edition at $447.

10. Figma Config 2024

When: June 26-27, 2024
Where: San Francisco, USA | Virtual
Who’s it for: Anyone who builds products
Ticket Price:  $175 to $699

Source: Figma Config website

The Holy Grail of events for designers, Figma Config will soon be back with the most talked about industry conversations in June 2024! 2023 was the first in-person Config event since the pandemic, with leading speakers from Meta, Adobe, Bumble, Figma etc. The networking events are equally legendary; they handed out name tags with options to say Introvert or Extrovert last year, so folks would know whether to randomly start talking to you or not.

You can register to attend the sessions virtually for free, or get the early bird discount on tickets at $175, until stocks last.

11. UX London 2024

When: June 18-20, 2024
Where: London
Who’s it for: UX professionals
Ticket Price:  $756 to $1901

Source: UXLondon website

Londoners ahoy! This conference is one of Europe’s top events on everything design ops, product design and UX research, for the past 10 years. Held at Tobacco Dock, this summertime event is not only about hands-on workshops and speaker sessions, but also about networking and making friends in the industry.

The second round of early bird tickets are on sale now starting at £595. There are also limited scholarship tickets available for attendees from underestimated groups, learn more about it here.

We hope you have a great time attending these UX conferences!

Before we say goodbye, we’d like to leave you with three tips on making the most of your time at a UX conference, or UX networking events in 2024.

Tips for Attending UX Conferences

Plan Ahead 

Don’t try to attend every single keynote, panel discussion, and networking lunch break - it can be overwhelming! Take some time before the conference to decide where you want to spend most of your time. Make sure to include buffer time in your schedule so that you don’t have to rush from one presentation to another.

If you’re attending in person, make sure to wear comfortable shoes that won’t hurt your feet as you walk around the conference area.

Prepare an Elevator Pitch About Yourself 

It’s always useful to have a short introduction prepared beforehand. When you meet someone interesting or inspiring, it will be easier to talk if you get through the introduction quickly. Of course, knowing the daunting “about me” answer beforehand will help ease your nerves.

What do you do? Why are you attending the conference? What makes your work interesting?

Focus on Building Meaningful Relationships 

Aim to invest most of your time and effort in building a few meaningful relationships instead of collecting a large number of business cards. Meaningful professional relationships will benefit both of you for years to come. Business cards will sit on your desk for a while and then get trashed.

Of course, follow up with those you connect with. Conferences are a great networking events to meet people doing the things you’d like to do someday - put in some effort and don’t let these connections go cold.

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