Seeking bold & bright
UX speakers

May 3, 2019
2019 Conference Theme

UX in the Age of Immediacy

User expectations are changing fast and real-time interactions on social media and Amazon Prime have helped fuel those shifts. In practice we have to demonstrate value in less than a second — or at best prove usefulness on first use. As UX practitioners we need to understand how we can address and meet those expectations of immediacy in what we’re working on today.

Every talk at the 2019 conference will be presented through the lens of immediacy in UX.
Call for Proposals

Interested in speaking?

The Call For Proposals for the 2019 conference closed December 14, 2018. If you’re interested in revisiting the CFP page, you can use the link below.
CFP Details
Call for Proposals

Submission process

UX Burlington is a single-track event, focused on sharing information beneficial across the field. We welcome with open arms all professionals who contribute meaningfully to UX. If in doubt, submit an outline!

1. Submit your idea

Read through the details and submit your tailored proposal via PaperCall by Dec 14, 2018.

2. Decision by Jan 25, 2019

Proposals will be anonymized during the first round of judging. Speakers will be selected by a volunteer Selection Panel.

3. Presentations

The presentations take place in Burlington, Vermont May 3, 2019. All selected speakers will receive free registration to the conference.

Ready to

Submit a Proposal?

We’re seeking submissions for 30- to 60-minute talks from speakers who are leading, strengthening, and—dare we say—revitalizing User Experience. Seasoned speakers are preferred, but new speakers are also encouraged to submit proposals.

Speaker proposals for UXB 2019 are accepted via PaperCall through December 14, 2018!


UX Burlington


UX Burlington is an event tailored for UX professionals seeking to stay ahead of the curve and push their work to the next level. UX Burlington is not a 101 event—we’d say more like a 301. Attendees include designers, developers, content producers, and researchers.