Talk UX is an annual international design & technology
conference led by women 

Thursday October 7th, 2021

Talk UX is brought to you by Ladies that UX, a global organisation that has created an international community of inspiring, supportive women in design and tech. Founded in Manchester, Ladies that UX is leading a global movement, with chapters in over 75 cities worldwide, that empowers women to achieve their full potential. 

We shed light on the bridges that women in UX build between problems and solutions, user needs and products, and design and technology.

This year’s theme is “Reflect & Connect”, meaning reflecting on yourself, work and community and connect with other to learn and take action. The program of the event will include several great speakers, but will mainly focus on workshops so we can learn, play and experiment together. 

Lectures Broadcast Live

Watch live streaming from home through our You Tube Channel

Get inspired

Meet people from around the world and the incredible work they are leading​


Take the opportunity to be a transformative agent in your community

A Cross Cities Meeting

A unique opportunity to meet inspiring people from around the world


Kat Vellos

Experience Designer, Kat Vellos Design & Consulting

Amyris Fernandez

UX & business Strategist, UX Change Academy Fouder & Director

Sarah Loigge

UX Designer & UX Writer, Parkside

Denise Pilar

UX Research & UX Strategy Expert, SAP Labs Latin America

Yvonne de Meij van Streefkerk

Freelance UX Specialist, Kazenda UX & UX Academy

"The most effective way to do it is to do it."
Amelia Earhart
Aviation pioneer and author

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Meet Our Team!

The talented volunteers who are making the event happen.

UX Researcher &
Sr. Software Tester

Interaction Designer, User Researcher & UX Consultant, Trainer and Coach

UX Researcher

Service & Product Designer

Product Designer

UX leader and Director of Talk UX

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Ladies that UX is not affiliated with Harvard University, nor is Ladies that UX, Boston a Harvard University program or activity

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