Events for UX designers in London, worldwide and remote

26 May

We're definitely being spoilt (in a good way) by the choice of events available to our designers' community. Here are a few directories, which feature a variety of  events for creatives in London and across the globe:

FindUXEvents

Find UX Events website

A comprehensive collection of design conferences, workshops, webinars and local groups worldwide. Big kudos to Cara Peterson for all the efforts in keeping such project up and running: finduxevents.com

 


Design Calendar

Design Calendar website

Created by designer Anton Wade this D&AD Awards shortlisted project curates creative events from London to Barcelona with monthly print edition — designcalendar.io

 


Startup Grind

StartupGrind website

One of the world’s largest community of startups, founders, innovators, and creators – they organise regular local events, which can be inspiring for every product designer, in particular fireside chats with founders of various companies sharing their company growth stories — startupgrind.com

 


Tech.London

Tech.London website

Supported by Mayor of London this project shares variety of events aimed to connect with London’s tech community as part of so called Tech City (aka Silicon Roundabout”) initiative — tech.london

 


Glug

Glug website

Co-founded by Nick Clement Glug organises creative networking events in 35+ cities worldwide for the past 12 years, and covers different creative disciplines — glugevents.com

 


Meetup

Meetup website

This platform has lots of in-person and virtual meet-ups to everyone's taste: from UX and UI designers meet software developers speed-networking event in London's pub to design career fairs — meetup.com

 


Eventbrite

Eventbrite website

One of the biggest event ticketing systems is also great to discover new design-related events in your area, ranging from free trainings to paid conferences — eventbrite.co.uk




As part of The School of UX programme we've been organising The UX Conference in London each year since 2017 focusing on collaboration between designers, with speakers from Transport for London, OpenTable, Uber, Nike, Deliveroo, LEGO, Airbnb, Shopify, McLaren, DuckDuckGo and others — you can watch some of the talk recordings on our YouTube channel.