UX Brighton 2019 Delegates

How our audience data can help you decide if UX Brighton is for you

To give you a concise overview of our previous attendees, we’ve crunched the data from our past conferences.

We’ve been running an annual conference since 2010, attracting a savvy and diverse crowd from a range of backgrounds. From UX students, practitioners, project and product people to CEO’s and founders; you’ll be able to network, talk to industry professionals, check out sponsor products and even look for a job.

Our events are informal yet professional and we’re pleased to welcome new faces alongside seasoned regulars.


How many attend?

400+ delegates on average. We’re expecting higher numbers this year as we are in a larger venue.

What kind of jobs are the delegates doing?

Whilst there is a high percentage of designers (46%), our audience attracts people with a wide variety of job titles, including developers, CEO/Manager/Founder, product and project managers, and UX/HCI post-grad students.

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Where do they come from?

People come from all over world to attend our conferences.

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And what kind of companies to they come from?

American Express logo BBC logo Balsamiq logo Brandwatch logo Clearleft logo Crunch logo cxpartners logo EBay logo EasyJet logo Freeagent logo GitHub logo LastFM logo Macmmillan logo Ogilvy logo Royal Mail logo Tesco logo The Guardian logo Twitter logo University of Oxford logo

What is the gender split?

Our audience is 32% female, 68% male – more than double the 15% industry norm for women. Source: PWC, 2017

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A great conference with a broad variety of speakers. If you want your mind blown, go to UX Brighton!

– Simon Johnson

As someone fairly new to the world of UX, I found this event really useful. The speakers were engaging and inspiring, and from a range of disciplines (which kept things interesting!)

– Lou Carroll

A day of inspiring speakers and a chance to make new friends.

– Rachel McConnell

A great experience in its own right.

– Guy Collins