All presentation videos now available

We’ve just uploaded recorded videos of our sessions’ presentations to our Program page (and to YouTube, which provides transcripts). Enjoy!

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All decks now available

We’ve just added the decks from our main conference sessions to the Enterprise UX 2018 program page; enjoy!

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Sketch notes are now available

MJ Broadbent creates amazing sketch notes for all of our conferences—not just all four Enterprise UX conferences, going back to 2015, but last year’s DesignOps Summit as well. You can check out her amazing work once more; we just published her EUX2018 sketch notes—they’re all linked to from our Program page. Thanks MJ!

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Trip notes are now all available

Natalie Hanson is one of the heroes of every Enterprise UX conference. She takes high-quality tripnotes (AKA trip reports), and turns them around within hours of the conclusion of each conference. 2018 is no exception; her notes are now linked from our Program page for each presentation. Thank you, Natalie!

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Looking ahead to Friday

Hope you enjoyed the opening reception (and thanks for sponsoring, Cisco!). We’ll wrap up the conference tomorrow (Friday) with the second half of our main program: Once again, we’ll be at The Mission Bay Conference Center (1675 Owens Street); doors open for registration and breakfast at at 8:00am (so you can sleep a little later), and the program starts at 9:00am. The morning’s shuttle vans run Read more

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Looking ahead to Thursday

The workshops are done, and so is the happy hour—hope you enjoyed them both! Tomorrow (Thursday) is the first day of our main conference program; here are some details that’ll help: We’ll be at The Mission Bay Conference Center (1675 Owens Street); doors open for registration and breakfast at 7:30am, and the program starts at 8:30am with our welcome and Lisa Welchman’s opening keynote. Read more

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Looking ahead to Wednesday

A few notes as Wednesday approaches: Signed up for a workshop? They run from 8:30am-4:30pm, with lunch from noon-1:00pm. Registration and continental breakfast take place from 7:30-8:30am. They’re all happening on the second floor of The Palace Hotel (2 New Montgomery Street). We’ll also provide morning and afternoon snacks. If you’re one of the lucky few who snagged a ticket to the San Francisco architecture Read more

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Getting to and around San Francisco

We’re looking forward to seeing you very soon in San Francisco, where this week’s weather will range between 53-70°F (that’s about 12-21°C). No rain is in the forecast, but hey—it’s almost summer in San Francisco. So be prepared for the worst. Lots of useful travel-related information follows; let’s start with some important addresses to keep handy: The Palace Hotel, where Wednesday’s workshops and happy hour Read more

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Social stuff at #EUX2018

Well, just like that, the conference is here! We’re looking forward to seeing you this week. And, on top of our amazing program, we’ve got some fun stuff planned: On Wednesday evening (5:30-7:30pm), we’ll all meet up at our opening happy hour in the Ralston Ballroom at the Palace Hotel. Brought to you by ServiceNow. On Thursday evening (6:00-9:00pm), we’ll decompress from Read more

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Meet your Enterprise UX storytellers

  Drumroll please…meet this year’s storytellers A highlight of every Enterprise UX conference is the amazing storytelling session that concludes Thursday’s main program. These five-minute rants, raves, and ideas—expertly selected and curated by Dan Willis—bring an intense day to a raucous end. Just check out past years’ stories and you’ll see what we mean. Announcing Read more

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Scaling UX in the Enterprise

Our SCALE theme, one of Enterprise UX’s four “mini-conferences,” focuses the biggest differentiator in enterprise UX work. We face scalability challenges at every corner, from having the most impact with limited resources to scaling up design capacity, managing distributed teams, or understanding customer journeys in overwhelmingly complex environments. Above all else, we face the challenge Read more

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