Fluxible returns September 13-14, 2014 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Fluxible is happening again! Join us September 13-14, 2014 at the user experience party disguised as a conference. Join our spam-free mailing list for more news and announcements about what's coming up in 2014.

News

Stay tuned for all the latest news and announcements about Fluxible.

More news
  • Speaker Announcement: Kendra Shimmell

    Kendra Shimmell

    Life was starting to get heavy around these parts under the burden of a real jerk-face winter. Then we got word that our next speaker was a go, and well, it was as good as springtime in Paris! There is extra bounce in our step, oomph in our stride and giddyup in our go because […]

  • Speaker Announcement: Amrita Chandra

    When President Obama chatted with Zach between two ferns, when Jerry sported the puffy shirt and even when you fatefully typed your very first tweet, it was a moment of firsts. It was about trying something new and knowing it was the start of something amazing (although in Jerry’s case, amazing might be a little too […]

  • Speaker Announcement: Jill Tomasson Goodwin

    Jill Tomasson Goodwin

    It’s no secret that we like to have a good time. Heck, Fluxible is primarily a party disguised as a design conference! To keep aligned with this vision, we carefully select our speakers. While talent, smarts, charisma, and charm are qualities we value, it’s their fun quotient that really seals the deal for us. Take, […]

Testimonials

What people are saying about last year's Fluxible

More testimonials
  • “Excellent quality speakers and presentations. My brain exploded with ideas!”

  • “Extremely knowledgeable, personable, and approachable presenters.”

  • “There was a cheeky, ironic, playful quality to the event.”

  • “I met lots of new people and was inspired, re-fueled, and feel professionally rejuvenated.”

  • “The conference was really well run. Great food, great locations, great musical interludes!”

  • “I loved the small, casual feel. It definitely made it feel more like a community.”