Sponsors helped us to add delight. Thank you to everyone involved in partnering with UX Ireland.
Fjord, part of Accenture Interactive, is a design and innovation consultancy that re-imagines people’s relationships with the digital and physical world around them.
We use the power of design to create services people love. By combining a human-centred approach with robust methodology, we work with some of the world’s leading businesses to make complex systems simple and elegant.
Fjord has recently joined forces with the Centre for Innovation, which will become its new home in Dublin. This is a place experimentation, co-creation and experiential design, which present an exciting opportunity to put design doing at the heart of innovation. Best of all, we’re hiring!
Find out more here. accenture.com/loveyourjob
TalentHub are specialist recruiters in the Digital & UX space.
Having consistently placed key UX hires into some of the best known innovation brands in Ireland, they are highly networked within the community and have a proven, solid understanding of the importance of UX within their clients overall business offering.
ISA Software Skillnet is the National Training Network for companies in the Software Technology sector.
Lead by the Irish Software Association (ISA) within Ibec, it provides funding and grant aid support for company training and development see isa-skillnet.com.
A new development in 2016 brought together leading companies in the software sector, the ISA Software Skillnet and Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology (IADT).
A new part-time Postgraduate Diploma in User Experience Design was launched for UX designers. This programme allows busy working professionals to develop and apply UX skills and achieve a postgraduate qualification which is attuned to real world projects. Participants on the current programme include UX designers from companies like IBM, Sonalake, Print Chain, SysnetGS, Ericsson and Tyco.
Our 2017 programme is now open to applications. Talk to us at the event to learn more about the programme.
Find out more here. isa-skillnet.com
We were going to say something profound about putting users first (like everyone else here has!) but we figure if you're reading this you're already into UX and it's pretty much a given that if we sponsored an event we take it seriously too, right? So let's just crack on...
We are looking for a kick-ass Senior UX to join one of the most exciting UX teams in Europe. We have a team of about 30 UX & UI Designers and have offices in four different countries (one of them has an actual slide in the office to get between floors! Why? We have no idea, but we like it!)
We have two testing labs, one in Dublin and one in London and we are constantly testing our work with real customers.
Our CEO likes to reference Dieter Rams so we need to know what we are talking about!
Hopefully you’re talented, fun and interested and want to find out more here. Paddy Power & Betfair jobs
The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is a member-supported organisation, without the cost of membership, dedicated to the professional practice of Interaction Design. It has grown into a global network of more than 80,000 members and over 173 local groups, focusing on interaction design issues for the practitioner, no matter their level of experience.
The aim of the IxDA Dublin, as a local chapter, is to promote the field, coordinate meetings and serve the local design community. Our programming is created by a passionate group of local leader volunteers and realised through the generosity of speakers, sponsors, and host partners.
If you would like to learn more about IxDA Dublin, would like to speak at one of our events, or share your ideas for our events, email us at email@example.com.
Dublin UX is a meetup group for UX leads, UX designers and front-end developers. It provides a networking platform for Dublin based designers and developers interested in UX. In summer 2016, DublinUX hit over 1,200 members.
Ladies that UX aims to create a relaxed environment for women from all levels to engage and share their experiences, both positive and negative, and get the support and inspiration that they are looking for.
Our London Chapter has been successfully running for two and a half years. It's grown from a pub meetup to an always sold-out monthly event with expert talks, panel discussions and workshops purely ran by volunteers.
Gamedevelopers.ie are a volunteer run project that exists to help local game developers both inside and outside of the industry to network, communicate and publicise their work.
We publish a range of information, including news, jobs, research and reports on the local industry. We work with local companies, indies, freelancers, academics, students and others to advertise jobs based on the island of Ireland, to post news and to support the local game development community.
Together with our sponsors we aim to create great experiences and delight our participants.
We're interested in creating bespoke sponsorship packages for interested parties, and we also offer a number of "off the shelf" sponsorship options.
Alternatively, if you'd like to provide swag, giveaways, or other resources as a supporter, we'd love to hear from you.
A 10% discount is available to user groups and meetups that help promote UX Ireland to their members.
If you organise, or are a member of, a user group and would like more information on supporting UX Ireland and securing this discount for your members, please contact us using the button below.
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