Each year, over 500 enterprise design and research leaders meet to sharpen their ability to create transformational products at scale. Come join your tribe and have conversations that will move your design forward at warp speed. Check out the program, decks and videos from our 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 editions.
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Lada Gorlenko, Director of UX Research at Smartsheet in Seattle, is the lead curator of this year’s Enterprise Experience conference (June 10-12 in San Francisco). Lada began her career in prison, spending lots of time…Read more
The program for Enterprise Experience 2020 is coming together nicely. Tricia Wang, noted business anthropologist who coined the term "thick data," is our keynoter, and we've got four fantastic workshops queued up that we think you're going to…Read more
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"Enterprise UX helped bring into focus where we were as a UX team, and as a company. And provided direction to make change."
—Edward Cupps, Director of UX, Workiva
"Wonderful event–so much more appropriate and well-targeted to the specific needs I face daily than any other UX conference I've attended."
—Matt Laurence, Sr. UX Designer, Akamai
"If you design in or for enterprises, if you're scaling your design team, if you want a reframe on what design is or does, or if you want a space to speak to other seasoned practitioners — this is the conference to attend. This is the conference our people go to."
—Shiyun Lim, Product Designer, ZenDesk
"The 2018 enterprise UX conference helped me discover new suites of collaboration tools and business-worthy management techniques to confidently put forward projects with a business mindset and to give engineering initiatives a broader purpose within a company narrative."
—Nicholas Toulouse, software engineer
"What an amazing cadre of knowledgeable, socially conscious and generous speakers assembled for EUX2018. What an honor to be in their company."
—JonDelina Buckley, UX Strategy & Research ADP
"I have attended EUX two years in a row, and both years have been exceptional. There isn’t another conference or community out there that covers the unique issues that designers face in the enterprise world.”
—Michelle Farley, Lead UX Designer, Cetaris
"Enterprise UX is a fantastic event that takes high-level design and UX concepts and helps make them real for folks like us, who live and breathe UX within the challenges of enterprise organizations, through fantastic speakers and storytellers."
—Justin Spegele, Senior Project Manager, Education and UX Technology, CA Technologies
"I've been to two EUX conferences now and can say this is one of my favorite conferences. A close-knit group of friendly attendees and the content is on point with the daily struggles of Design at scale."
—Lee Munroe, Design Manager, Mesosphere
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