ProfsoUX 20

#1 Conference
for UX professionals in Russia

February 29, 2020

St. Petersburg

February 29, St. Petersburg

For speakers

Speakers and workshop leaders are invited!

Applications are accepted until January 1, 2020.

An application may contain only the idea of ​​a talk or activity.

If you have questions, write or call.

Selection Process

After receiving the application, it is discussed with the speaker by the representatives of the program committee.

  1. After receiving applications (January 1, 2020), the program committee votes and selects reports;
  2. The results of the preliminary selection are reported to the authors on February 5, 2020;
  3. Auditions are held after February 5.

Rehearsal / audition

Rehearsal objectives: to enable the speaker to rehearse the report and adjust it for the audience; in case of overlapping material of different reports, adjust the reports so that they complement each other; Help program committee formulate conference program grid.

Formats and Alternatives
Rehearsal usually goes on Skype. You can share the screen or send slides in advance, which the rest will flip through at home.
Instead of conference call, you can send videos or slides with the voice-over.

Slides and Timing

For Rehearsal, a draft version of the slides is suitable, because at the end you may want to change something in the structure of the report.

You can use slides 16:9 – this format of panels will be at the conference.

Timing of standard talk, unless otherwise agreed: 15 min. per report + 5 min. to questions (or, for example, 18 minutes for a report, then questions – on the sidelines).
For blitz: 8-10 minutes.

For master-classes, 40 to 90 minutes can be allocated on the main day of the conference. Longer workshops can be arranged on an extra day.

Conference audience

When preparing the report, please note that the majority of ProfsoUX audience are experienced specialists:

70% have been working in the IT industry for 3 or more years;

34% are UX specialists;
20% are designers;
12% are developers;
The rest (6-8% each): analysts, project and product managers, testers, teachers and students.

If you have questions, write or call.