The UX South Africa Conference is coming to Cape Town

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Want to perfect your design skills and figure out how to make the most of the limited pixels in front of you? Then get thee to the UX South Africa Conference in Cape Town later this month, where you can hear from a wide variety of speakers about their experiences and advice on the cutting edge interface design.

The last time the UX South Africa Conference rolled around was in May this year in Johannesburg. Now the software conference is heading back to Cape Town in November.

The focus this time around is user experience. The three days will be split into one workshop day and two conference days.

The lineup of 22 speakers includes developers, designers, and even university lecturers. Kicking off day one’s workshop sessions is Phil Barrett,  associate director at Deloitte Digital Africa. Barrett’s CV includes a stint at the BBC – where he helped to launch it’s first news websites – and the might News Corp.

If you want to get yourself a seat, you should hurry as there were only 41 left the last time we checked.

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Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.

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