The 2017 UXUK Awards officially open for entries

The 2017 UXUK Awards officially open for entries

The UXUK Awards, the national awards for best customer centred design, is officially open. Entries are now being accepted for all categories including free student entries. There is currently an Early Bird offer with 40% off the entry price until Thursday, August 17th.

Last year, the awards received an overwhelming response ranging from blue chip brands like Sony Entertainment, to the BBC, to booming start ups like Monzo bank. Students from universities all across the UK also entered the awards under the free entry scheme. Some of whom have gone on to start their own UX agency or design for leading brands like John Lewis, easyJet and much more.

Over 200 UX and Marketing seniors from well known brands attended the ceremony which provided an excellent networking opportunity, with plenty of food, drinks and entertainment on hand.

Best student winners taking the award from the gracious 2015 winner
Best student winners taking the award from the gracious 2015 winner

The awards attracts organisations from all sectors and includes categories:

  • Best User Experience
  • Best Entertainment and Leisure
  • Best Not-For-Profit
  • Best Public Sector
  • Best Transactional Experience
  • Best Effect on Business Ggoals
  • Best Innovation
  • Best Student Project
  • Best Information Experience
  • Best Education or Learning Experience
  • Best Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality / Internet of Things

Go here for more photos and videos of the past awards.

The UXUK Awards has recognised top talent from students to big brands including The BBC, easyJet and NatWest. User Experience, or UX, has become a mainstream remit for all organisations as it consistently and directly converts customer satisfaction and bottom line results at a significant level.

The awards is now running into it’s 5th year. The winners will be announced at the ceremony at the Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell on the 9th of November. Spaces for the UXUK Awards event are limited and therefore primacy is given to entrants, with those shortlisted being priority attendees. However, non-entrants are welcome to apply for the free tickets to attend.