Code of conduct

Code of Conduct

We at UXIndia conference are dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks.

Short Version

We at UXIndia conference are dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.

So we’d expect all the participants to be nice and civil.

Long Version

Non-acceptable behaviors

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion, technology choices, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.

Exhibitors & Sponsors

Exhibitors & Sponsors are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. Exhibitors in the expo hall, sponsor or vendor booths, or similar activities are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. In particular, exhibitors should not use sexualized images, activities, or other material. Booth staff (including volunteers) should not use sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes, or otherwise create a sexualized environment.

 

Participants

If a participant engages in harassing behavior, the conference organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the conference with no refund.

Need help?

At our event, if you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact one of the event organizers or volunteers immediately. They will be clear­ly vis­i­ble, wear­ing ​“Vol­un­teer” T-shirts / or badges.

Conference staff will be happy to help participants contact hotel/venue security or local law enforcement, provide escorts, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of the conference. We value your attendance.

Venue & Social Events

We expect participants to follow these rules at conference and workshop venues and conference-related social events.

License

This code of conduct is based on confcodeofconduct.com, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Design X Social

Design X Social

Design X Social Innovation Challenge

Learn how to design, Create social impact, and Win awards

 

It is a social innovation challenge which aims to create a positive impact in the lives of people by identifying social issues and addressing them by design.

Social Innovation Challenge

Design X Social is UsabilityMatters.Org i.e., UMO’s core event which reflects its founding philosophy of ‘good design for better living’. It is a social innovation challenge which aims to create a positive impact in the lives of people by identifying social issues and addressing them by design.

Topic

“Public Safety & Well Being in Transportation” is this year’s topic. We request the participating teams to dig deeper into this area and identify an issue that you would like to solve.

Transportation is an area where we face several issues in our day-to-day lives. It is a necessary, essential evil that we have to live with. But any problem can be solved with the right mix of people, strategy, and approach in a timely manner. ‘Design’ is a powerful tool to identify, solve and persuade the biggest of blockers for a positive change. 


Why take part?

  • Learn design firsthand with expert design mentors

  • Identify a real social problem and work with a govt representative

  • Get discounted entry to UXINDIA 2019

  • Showcase your innovation at UXINDIA 2019 EXPO

  • Top 5 shortlisted entries will present on stage

  • Top 3 will win Design X Social Innovation Award at UXINDIA 2019


Who should take part?

Students, Professionals, or enthusiasts keen to address social issues that we see in our day-to-day lives, ‘Design X Social Innovation Challenge’ is your platform to work towards bringing a change. People from any domain and from any walk of life are encouraged to take part in this challenge.

You will be working in teams

  • Whether you are from academia or business, you should participate in teams.
  • Team size is a minimum of 5
  • We encourage diversity in your teams. Diversity in expertise, domain, etc.,
  • Brownie points for including on common man/ citizen.

Timeline and Process

Below are the important deadlines to follow.

  • April 30th 2019

    Teams sign up for the challenge. Refer to the info in team formation in the Who should take part? Section above.
  • May 5th 2019

    Teams will be assigned a Design mentor.

  • May 3oth 2019

    Submit a social issue in the “ Public Safety & Well Being in Transportation” domain.
    Format – Well documented Google slide deck shared with [email protected]

  • June 5th 2019

    Feedback on the submitted Problem

  • June 10th 2019

    Get introduced to a Govt. Representative in the topic area

  • July 31st 2019

    Submit your solutions/proposals. Format – Well documented Google slide deck, Feel free to include videos.

  • Aug 7th 2019

    Feedback on the Solution

  • Aug 15th 2019

    Prepare an A2 size poster illustrating the problem, solution and process based on a template we provide. These will be displayed at UXINDIA 2019 Design Expo

  • Sept 10th 2019

    Top 5 entries will present on-stage at UXINDIA 2019 to a jury
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    Sept 11th 2019

    Top 3 will be presented awards at UXINDIA 2019

Be the change you want to see. Sign up!

Hope you are excited about this challenge. This is the time to go after the issues that we have been either taking a note of in our sketchbooks on in the back of our minds for a long time.

Be the change. REGISTER

UXINDIA

A not-for profit venture, UXINDIA is built by, built for, and sustained by its growing community of designers, enthusiasts, influencers from business, education, and governance. UXINDIA is being organized by UsabilityMattersOrg(UMO.Design).

UXINDIA2019 Call for volunteers

UXINDIA2019 Call for volunteers

Volunteer opportunity at UMO 2019

As you are well aware, the role of volunteers has always been significant in contributing to the success of the event. We are proud to say that UXINDIA International Conferences are tremendously successful just because of the volunteers.

There are many opportunities for you to get involved, contribute, inspire and get inspired.

Volunteer opportunity

Volunteer opportunity at UXINDIA2019 and UMO2019 events

We are proud to say that UXINDIA International Conferences are tremendously successful just because of the volunteers. There are many opportunities for you to get involved, contribute, inspire and get inspired.
Volunteering at UXINDIA is not just an opportunity to gain work experience, but also to meet distinguished guest speakers and gain exposure. It is a great way to participate in the conference, network, get inspired and have fun!

Volunteer submission closes by April 31

Some important facts:

  • There are pre-event tasks and on-site tasks. On-site tasks require that you be available full-time from 9-11 Sept.
  • On-site Volunteer shifts will be scheduled from Mon-Wed, 7:00am-12:00pm and 12:00pm-5:00pm. All volunteers must be available for volunteer meeting at venue on Sunday, 8 Sept and registration Monday, 9 September at 7am.
  • Pre-event tasks will vary by committee and the time commitment will vary depending on the committee’s responsibilities.
  • While you will receive a highly discounted ticket to the conference, we expect our volunteers to primarily be available to assist conference staff, speakers, and venue personnel as needed.
  • UXINDIA ’19 is not able to provide a stipend for transportation or lodging.

Scholarships

Selected volunteers whose contributions are significant will receive a complimentary pass to attend 3 days of UXINDIA2019 and many more goodies.

 

Important dates

  • April 31, 2019: Volunteer submission closes
  • Sept 8, at 7pm: Volunteer meet at venue
  • Sept 9, 10 & 11 : UXINDIA 2019 Int’l Conference

If you’d like to learn more about volunteer opportunities at UXINDIA’19, please tell us more about how you’d like to be involved below!

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UXINDIA

A not-for profit venture, UXINDIA is built by, built for, and sustained by its growing community of designers, enthusiasts, influencers from business, education, and governance. UXINDIA is being organized by UsabilityMattersOrg(UMO.Design).

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Call for Speaker Entries

Please submit your entries to speak at UXINDIA 2019 and make our 15th edition a great success and a memorable one for our audience and for yourself. We have a very high bar for content to sustain the competition and deliver beyond the industry expectations.

15 years of UX in India

UXINDIA is proud to announce its 15th edition. We are now open for speaker proposals and looking forward to your content to be a key element of delivering a great experience to our audience. UXINDIA the biggest conference on design in India has been pioneering design for over 15 years. The event includes enthralling talks, unique workshops, and thought-provoking interactions lead by passionate thinkers and makers.

UXINDIA 2019 continues to explore the theme “Human by Design

With the evolution of tech and business, the influence of design has evolved too. We have come a long way from designing product interfaces for feedback and response, to creating user and customer experiences. Going beyond UX/UI, the role of design becomes paramount than ever in designing experiences for humans that reflect a sense of responsibility and that instill trust and confidence in the emerging tech.

Tech is now ready to tackle the mundane and will eventually be able to handle the sophisticated too thereby enhancing our abilities to take up more challenging and ambitious tasks of tomorrow. So should our design be human-friendly or tech-friendly? What does it take to design experiences that bring the very essence of human to our interactions with tech? How do we design for such a transition?

Our audienceA mix of highly experienced, early to mid and senior to students

15 years is quite a long journey during which we have seen our industry transform from a nice-to-have skill to an industry transformative practice. UXINDIA 2018 had 700 people attend our conference last year. A good 1/3rd of them are loyal UXINDIA audience, now in senior roles looking to learn from your thought leadership. We get a tonne of interest every year from the graduating students and young designers in the early to mid experience range which forms the remaining 2/3rd. With their huge appetite for learning and hunger for growth, they are constantly looking for inspiration material that boosts their design IQ and that helps them learn new skills through workshops.

Submit your Topic

Submit a topic in any of these areas. We recommend making your entry a strong one with a case study.

Experiences, Artifacts, and Emerging Tech

Interactions with digital artifacts and technologies are an inescapable facet of our everyday experience. Explore new relationships and intersections amongst and between experiences, artifacts, and technologies like AI, VR, and the ways in which meaningful and impactful interactions are designed, crafted, and engendered.


Design Leadership & Influence

Bring your inspiring stories on transformation and impact led by design influence and leadership. A great source of inspiration for our audience interested to follow in your footsteps and successfully drive design influence in their organizations and domains.


Design Systems, Research, Methods, and Processes 

Share your inventions and insights that open up new spaces for design, allow for engagement with new business groups, communities, and enable designers. How to go about creating design systems essential in elevating and broadening the playfield for design.


Broader impact & change through design

Design has the potential to enact positive change and/or tackle large-scale and complex societal, cultural, economic, environmental, and/or political challenges in the world. Share interesting non-main stream projects with design at the core.

 

Immersive Demo Sessions

This year we are introducing a special category to showcase innovative technology applications spanning areas like AI, AR/VR, Wearable Tech, IOT, Etc., You will have an opportunity to test your concepts, gain invaluable feedback and mesmerize our audience.

 

Submission tracks

We encourage speakers to orient their presentations or connect to the theme ‘Being Human by Design’. Your opinions and perspectives will help inform and influence the role of design in emergent tech as we evolve.

Format
We are inviting different types of talks to accommodate varied insights, learnings and research. From 18 minutes TED like talks to 30 minutes case studies. We will also have (3h) and long (6h) hands on workshops.

Audience
UXINDIA is India’s biggest international conference, attracting some of the most diverse national and international audience from top Enterprises, Startups, and Academia. Leading the pack is our loyal community that contributes to the vision and mission of UXINDIA and at the same time they seek to up level themselves and grow in their careers.

Submit your proposal today

Important Dates

  • March 30: Call for talk proposals opens.
  • May 03: Talk proposal submission deadline.
  • May 12: Notification of talk acceptance.
  • May 31: Deadline for speakers to confirm their participation.
  • June 10: Public announcement of full speaker list.


    UXINDIA 2019 Conference

    09, 10 & 11 September 2019
    INDIA

 

 

Feel free to reach out to us for any queries. Look forward to seeing you at the conference.
[email protected]

Please submit your entries to speak at UXINDIA 2019 and make our 15th edition a great success and a memorable one for our audience and for yourself. We have a very high bar for content to sustain the competition and deliver beyond the industry expectations.

UXINDIA

A not-for profit venture, UXINDIA is built by, built for, and sustained by its growing community of designers, enthusiasts, influencers from business, education, and governance. UXINDIA is being organized by UsabilityMattersOrg(UMO.Design).

UX Talent fair 2018

UX Talent fair 2018

UX Talent fair 2018

We feel proud to let you know that the showcase event of UXINDIA 2018 edition which is the UX Talent Fair went beyond its enthralling success of most other editions.

We feel proud to let you know that the showcase event of UXINDIA 2018 edition which is the UX Talent Fair went beyond its enthralling success of most other editions. The UX Talent Fair by and large has several stalls grouped by top design agencies and enterprises to coach, network and interact with our audience i.e., the UXINDIA community encompassing talented designers and budding design enthusiasts. The ambience is essentially of an engrossing carnival comprising setups of Design Thinking mingled with User Experience thronged by like-minded design lovers.

UXINDIA 2019 continues to explore the theme “Human by Design

It is a top notch event for top design agencies and enterprises to connect and network with the best of design talent present in the country and abroad mainly because UXINDIA is India’s biggest UX conference.

The platform provided several chances to be selected into leading design agencies by showcasing one’s product, projects and team by having set up a stall at UX Talent Fair. Our brilliant and faithful design community was pleased to have had the chance to know more and gain more exposure by learning about better career opportunities. This event ended with a soothing networking dinner on 5th Oct 2018 at ITC Gardenia, Bangalore.

Participating Organizations

The participating organizations included YUJ Designs, Infragistics, Salesforce UX, Informatica, Xperian, HCL, IIT Hyderabad, UiSER, Crossed Design, Inkoniq, ExxonMobil, Infostretch, Hexaware, REDBATON, PES University, Oyo and Noldus to name a few. YUJ Designs had successfully crafted experiences for more than 100 international clients and cumulated a work experience of more than 2000 design and research projects by then.Infragistics publishes user interface (UI) development tools and mechanisms for a variety of developer applications, across all boards. Informatica enables establishments to realize greater business value by integrating, searching, tracking, visualizing, and analyzing all of their information resources. Talent Fair was privileged enough to have hosted them and all other exhibitors.

UXINDIA

A not-for profit venture, UXINDIA is built by, built for, and sustained by its growing community of designers, enthusiasts, influencers from business, education, and governance. UXINDIA is being organized by UsabilityMattersOrg(UMO.Design).

UXINDIA2016

UXINDIA2016

UXINDIA2016

UXINDIA was hosted by UMO in 2016 in order to mainly make the global community aware of design thinking and user experience while also promoting it among businesses and industries.

UXINDIA was hosted by UMO in 2016 in order to mainly make the global community aware of design thinking and user experience while also promoting it among businesses and industries. The conference was of three days from 20th to 22nd October at Westin, Hyderabad which encouraged the promotion of user experience among designers, industrialists, academicians, program managers, visual designers, user researchers, startup founders and design students.

UXINDIA 2019 continues to explore the theme “Human by Design

The Conference had a copious number of interactive workshops by several successful individuals, influencers, business leaders and government leaders of both national and international claim.

The biggest conference of User Experience in India endorsed Impact by Design which aimed at spreading knowledge of UX, raising design quotient, and hence creating lasting impact. The UX Clinic was one of the flagship events which gave the opportunity to get an individual’s or an organization’s (entrepreneurs, technologists, designers, etc.) user experience strategy right with our expert design panel. Another star event was the UX Ladder which was a series of audience driven consultations, where experts/mentors from the industry deal with queries and challenges faced by UX talent in progressing in their career.

Conference

The 2016 conference was a staunch Launchpad for a lot of our base programmes like Women in Design, Talent Fair, Industry + Academia Fusion, UX clinic, to name a few. The first edition of Women in Design brought together several women entrepreneurs, design thinkers, business leaders and innovators to showcase their stories connecting women at the helm of undertakings. The first UX Talent Fair was launched to address the requirements of businesses and startups in obtaining great design talent by connecting UX India’s design talent with region’s reputed employers and recruiters for networking and hiring opportunities.

UXINDIA 2016 conference’s mission was also to renovate education in India by making design an essential part of the principles of educational institutes and we have been inspiring and igniting young minds through various programs like InstillDesign, TechEASE and iNNOVATE.

UXINDIA

A not-for profit venture, UXINDIA is built by, built for, and sustained by its growing community of designers, enthusiasts, influencers from business, education, and governance. UXINDIA is being organized by UsabilityMattersOrg(UMO.Design).

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