This is a big year for us, and we want you to be a part of it!
As edUi prepares to celebrate its tenth conference, we’re gearing up for a fantastic lineup of speakers, workshops, and panels (and, of course, fantastically fun networking events). We can’t wait to hear more about the incredible work you’re doing in user interface and user experience design!
Share your experiences and expertise with your peers, and submit your proposals for the tenth edUi conference October 8-10, 2018, in Charlottesville, Va.
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Deadline: April 13
What You Get
- Everyone who submits a proposal gets a 10% discount on their registration. We’ll email this code to you when you submit your proposal.
- Accepted speakers will receive a complimentary registration.
What You Submit
Anything related to user interface and user experience as applied to higher education, libraries, and museums is welcome. If you’re from the private sector, that’s OK, we need your help, too! Just be prepared to relate your presentation to our crowd.
Drop some knowledge on your fellow attendees. Just you, a projector, a screen, and 45-60 minutes of mind-blowing knowledge bombs. Concluding with a mic drop is optional. (1-2 speakers)
- Mini Workshop
Put on your safety goggles because you and your fellow attendees are going to roll up your sleeves and get dirty with some interactive exercises. You’ll have 90 minutes to dive deep into the “how to” of your topic of choice. (1-2 speakers)
- Expert Panel
Assemble your very own Justice League of Superheroes and prepare to fight for web standards, accessibility, better redesign, or any other digital crusade. It’s all fair game in these 45-60 minute panel discussions. (2-3 speakers)
- Public Square
King Arthur’s Round Table had nothing on our Public Square. Step into the square and lead a 45-minute conversation with a room full of attendees who share your passion. (1 speaker)
Preference is given to presentations that offer practical methods and ready-to-use techniques and tools.
If you’d like some inspiration, you can always check out the sessions from last year’s conference.
Why You Should Present
- You’re smart, you’re doing great work…now it’s time to share it with folks who will certainly appreciate it!
- You want to help others who encounter the same problems and experiences as you.
- It’ll look great on your resume (and bolster your LinkedIn profile).
- Free registration, discounts, and a general feeling of being awesome.