All systems go for UXMNL May 2015 Summit | Inquirer Technology

All systems go for UXMNL May 2015 Summit

/ 05:53 PM May 25, 2015

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MANILA, Philippines—With less than a week to go before UXMNL’s 2015 Summit, to be held at the Green Sun Hotel in Makati City, UXMNL founders Russell Morgan and Phil Smithson share that Aussie speakers Matt Magain and Donna Spencer are excited about coming to the Philippines.

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Sponsored by Globe, Sunlife, Green Sun Hotel, DevCon, Active Learning, and Wholesome Foods, Inc., the two-day summit is expected to gather around more than 250 people, namely UX practitioners, developers, freelancers, managers, and other professionals to learn more about effective and customer-centric web design.

On the first day of the summit, Innovation Specialist Matt Magain will discuss in detail the necessity of innovation and how to tap creativity in the workplace while Information Architect Donna Spencer will share her knowledge about core information architect theories and content analysis on the second day.

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Following the success of the summit last year and their workshop last March 2015, UXMNL have been busy raising public awareness of UX, speaking at Manila Startup Week last May 21.

The last few tickets for the 2015 Summit are still on sale. Register by visiting http://events.uxmnl.com/UXSummit2015/. ADVT

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TOPICS: Phil Smithson, Russell Morgan, UXMNL, UXMNL 2015 Summit
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