Yes we do! We process payments through Paypal and Eventbrite.
You can still join! There are enough UX talks for beginners.
You may but you still have to pay for the full event. Not to worry. UXPH is one of the cheapest UX conferences in the region.
Unfortunately, we can not accept walk-in ticket purchases due to limitation on cash transactions at the venue.
Tickets are transferable but please inform us early on so that we may use the actual names of participants in their registration IDs.
Tickets are sent to you via email through the eventbrite ticketing system. Just print out the tickets (or event just show us the qr-code/barcodes) on your mobile phone.
We do not offer certificates for participating.
Definitely. Just send us a message through our UXPH FB page or through Eventbrite's contact the Organizers link.
We prefer you go through our the Eventbrite ticketing system and pay online. However, if you really need to pay through bank, please get in touch with us through our UXPH FB page or through Eventbrite's contact the Organizers link.
Frustrated over bad experiences like long queue lines, traffic, inconsiderate services, and terrible product design? UX Philippines Design Conference is a collaborative conference that hopes to showcase the possible applications of Design Thinking in technology, business, health, government, and many other fields. It brings together the process-driven individuals of these sectors to participate in a dialogue on how Design Thinking can be applied and how it can benefit the Philippines.
User Experience Philippines (UXPH) is a group of UX professionals that organizes events and programs on experience and design. Educating individuals that want to use the Design Thinking methodology in their respective communities has become a passion over the years, inspiring us to create events like “Improving User Experiences with Game Aided Learning” and “How to become UX advocates within your organization”. For this year’s conference, we will be focusing on topics that will still cater to the needs of the multiple sectors of the country.