Workshops

Chose between a selection of unique on-site workshops on 24 August

24 August 2023 (on-site only)

On-site Workshops 2023

With a Conference plus Ticket, you are granted access to absolutely everything we've got at the 2023 UX Nordic.

Apart from all the talks and panel discussions on 25 August, the UX Eve and a fun social program, you can also choose from one of our full-day UX workshops.

All workshops take place on-site in Aarhus on 24 August and include the 3-course Speakers Dinner in the evening. The precise location for each workshop will be announced a few weeks prior to the conference.

All workshops have a maximum amount of attendees in order to make sure there is sufficient time and focus on each participant. Workshops that are fully booked will no longer be selectable.

The workshops will not be streamed online and will not be recorded.

Currently, these are the workshops to choose from (more might be announced until the end of 2022):

Workshop 1

24 August 2022 09:00-11:00 (online)

Ethical design best practices

In this workshop you’ll learn what ethical design entails, and you will get to know a practical framework and toolset that enables you to apply ethical design in your work. Your workshop teacher is Trine Falbe, specialist in ethical design and innovation. She’s written two books in this field, White Hat UX and The Ethical Design Handbook

Once you’ve completed this workshop, you are able to:

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Systematically identify ethical design challenges and opportunities in the products and processes you work with
> Design a variety of UI patterns ethics first, without compromising the business objectives
> Design UX flows for onboarding, off boarding and checkout with ethical design in mind 

Who is this workshop for?
UX designers, product managers, developers and UI designers who have the ambition to make more ethical digital products.

Workshop 2

24 August 2022 13:30-15:00 (online)

The beginner's guide to Design Systems

Key questions that this workshop will answer:

What is a design system?
How does it differ from a regular design guide?
What are the benefits of creating a design system for or with your team?
How does having a good consistent design system help us along in our UX process?

A good design system is a set of standards to manage design at scale by reducing clutter and repetition while creating a shared vocabulary and a visual consistency across different Platforms.

Get a good insight into how to create and manage a design system.

In this course, we will be looking at different design systems analyzing them, trying to find out what makes a good design system, and how it can contribute to achieving better results.

We will also be looking at how to create our own system using Adobe XD, how best to manage a Design system and what are the best practices when it comes to sharing the system with your team.

Your faciltator in this course is Gudmundur Kristjansson, UX evangelist. Gudmundur has taught UX design for 7 years and has been a UX consultant in Denmark, Norway, and Iceland.

After this course
You should be able to recognize the elements of a good design system and be ready to start creating and maintaining your own design system along with your team.

Who is this workshop for?
Any design team leader, UX designers, developers, and UI designers looking for consistency in their work. Note that in this course you don't have to have years of experience in the field, this will be your gateway into a good solid start with your team.
It is not required to have Adobe XD in order to participate and the insights of this workshop are applicable regardless of the software you prefer to use.

Tickets for the UX Nordic 2023 are available now!