UXCamp Ottawa 5 Tickets Are on Sale NOW! (UPDATED)

UPDATE: YOU GUYS. Early Bird tickets sold out in less than half a day. Heed my advice and follow that link to the UXCamp site to get on the mailing list and so you can find out when the regular prices tickets are released! This is going to be a great UXCamp!

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Did you get the most lovely email in your inbox overnight? The one declaring Early Bird tickets to be on sale for UXCamp?

(If not, you need to head over to the UXCamp site, scroll down to the footer and register to be on the mailing list. These are announcements of the utmost importance, people!)

Here's the scoop: there are 100 Early Bird tickets available at $189 apiece. Once those are gone, we'll have regular tickets for $249. And then there will be last minute tickets at $299. So really, you should get on this ASAP.

In fact, you're kind of late, already. The tickets were released at 1:30am and the first two tickets were gone by 1:34! How insane is that?!

Overview of UXCamp Ottawa 5

If you've been to a UXCamp before, you know how incredible an experience it truly is, from the speakers to the venue to the hugs. It's like a 2-day UX love-in. Ok, if that's not your thing, it's the biggest UX community conference in Canada. Better?

I never feel so energized as I do at UXCamp. Or stressed. (Granted, I'm a co-chair so that's part of the job :) but I love every minute of it.

Here's a sneak peek at what to expect this year:

  • 2 days of UX learning and networking
  • A stunning venue (the theatre of the Canadian Museum of History)
  • HUGE names in UX including Lou Rosenfeld, Steve Krug, Kim Goodwin and Abby Covert
  • Awesome local stories (Want to be a speaker? Call for Speakers is on NOW)
  • Bonus optional activities before and during the conference (these are still being planned so stay tuned!)
Check out the UXCamp Ottawa site for full details. Or better yet, REGISTER NOW.

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