Conference Status:
Going Ahead

UXLx is taking place in a little over two months and we understand our attendees are concerned if it’s still taking place. We’re following WHO and our government’s recommendations for travel and events, and we’re hoping the situation is cleared by the time of the event dates, so we’re still going ahead.

The safety of our speakers and attendees is of paramount importance and we won’t proceed with a physical event if there are still risks at the time. In the meantime we are also looking at alternate ways to create an engaging event online, if needed, as a last resort.

Any changes to this status will be sent to the attendees directly by email and also updated here.

Fabricants are makers. Robert Fabricant is an award-winning product designer who has worked at the forefront of technology and user experience for more than 25 years. He has made everything from interactive environments and virtual worlds to medical devices, in-car navigation systems and civic services that reach millions of people in emerging markets.

Robert spent more than 13 years building the user research and experience design practices at frog design. These days he leads the global design practice at Dalberg Design, working with creative teams in London, Mumbai, Nairobi and New York to make positive social change with and for under-served communities around the world.

Robert holds seven patents related to digital media and information technology. He serves on the board of Praekelt.org, a leading tech company in South Africa that develops population scale mobile applications that reach more than 100 million people in 65 countries with critical, life-saving information.

Robert recently made a book, User Friendly, with designer and journalist Cliff Kuang that was described as a “tour-de-force” by the New York Times Book Review and picked by Amazon as one of the top 100 books for 2019.

Friday May 22