While we can’t be together again in sunny Lisbon for the next edition of UXLx, we’ve set our hearts to make the best of our current situation and organize an unforgettable one-of-a-kind online event — UXLx Masters. 12 world-renowned UX experts sharing the knowledge and experience of a lifetime in 12 online, live interactive masterclasses.
From 10 to 12 February, you’ll not only have the unique opportunity to hone your skills and learn best practises from those who shaped the UX field, you’ll also be able to mingle with peers from all over the world (17 countries are already confirmed)…
Towards the end of last year, when UXLx 2020 started being planned, the dates and first speaker confirmations announced, little did we know that our plans to meet in sunny Lisbon for a week of learning and networking would be completely turned upside down.
In March, with the event dates approaching and with many of us being affect by restrictions in travel, it became impossible to safely proceed with a physical event. Then, there were two options on the table: postponing the event (😢) or go ahead by turning it into a fully online event (🤔). …
When we design products and services, we spend a lot of time focused on the core user experience, or what we envision seasoned users to be doing day to day. But a good product or service will be bookended by a strong beginning, and a strong end.
So, what makes a good beginning and end, and how should we be thinking about the design of them? Krystal Higgins, interaction designer for user onboarding, and Joe Macleod, the founder of the world’s first customer ends-focused business, have been thinking about these two sides of the customer journey for a while. …
A week has passed since the 10th edition of UXLx came to an end, so it’s the perfect time to wrap up this year’s legendary edition.
From 21 to 24 May we received 500 attendees from 38 different countries for 4 days of learning, inspiration and sharing new ideas under the marvellous Lisbon sun.
There was a total of 22 workshops (2 full-day and 20 half-day) and 10 inspirational talks packed with new ideas and techniques that can now be carried over to everyone’s daily work.
Whether during coffee breaks, lunchtime or at our conference dinners, UXLx was the perfect…
For those avoiding meat and fish, Lisbon has quite a variety of restaurants offering meat-free menus. No endless salad parade, thank god!
Here’s a list of some of the best vegetarian restaurants in Lisbon.
Are you coming to UXLx and only have one free day to do some sightseeing and visit Lisbon? Well, for you to take advantage of your full 24 hours in the city we’ve decided to share with you what to do and where to go. So we’ve put together this little guide for you to get the most out of the city.
Tip: You can get a Lisboa Card — the card includes fee unlimited transport on all public transport systems and free and discounted entry to more than 80 attraction around Lisbon. …
You can visit Lisbon and simply stick to the most famous monuments and museums. But if you have a curious spirit, then you’ll probably love to discover some secret spots around the city that normally don’t feature in travel guides. From century-old stores to earthquake ruins and tiny tiny bookstores.
If finding interesting corners off the beaten tourist path is something you strive for in each journey then make sure you hit these hidden gems.
Magnificently sited on seven hills running down to the grand Tagus River, Lisbon seduces anyone to pause and contemplate the view.
There are several strategically-placed viewpoints or terraces at the top of each hill, where tourists and locals join to enjoy the view or simply gather for a refreshment. No doubt these viewpoints (or as we call it Miradouros) are part of the Lisbon experience. There are probably more than three dozens of them so we’ve decided to put together a list with some of the best ones for you to enjoy breathtaking views of the city.
Unlike most European cities that have their airports far from the city centre, Lisbon’s International Airport is located within the city limits. This makes it relatively easy to get from there to any part of the city. To give you a little hand we’ll tell you the best three ways to get from the airport to the city centre or directly to the venue.