UX Hong Kong 2013

Full of energy and some very interesting talks, UX Hong Kong is the annual event dedicated to bring the different design disciplines together, organised by our fellow Reach partners and good friends Apogee. The dates for the event this year are 22-23 February 2013.

The event is brings together design professionals from diverse fields interested and passionate about designing great experiences for people and business for a better world for all. Having been a part of the UX Hong last year , we can definitely vouch for this great feature – so do go along and let us know.

Being hugely popular, reservations are now full, though there are still places left for half day 1 and networking lunch to meet speakers and attendees. You can still grab your seat here!

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