Events we are speaking at. Events we have spoken at.

By Christine Hemphill | 23rd September 2019

Link to past presentations and future events

Please find attached here a link to our Event Page with information and presentations from number of functions we have spoken at or are going to be speaking at.

Upcoming Events

The next event we are speaking at is on the 5th November 2019. If you are in or around London and can make it, we welcome you to join us there. It is the CX and Insight Leaders Conference.

You can register here.

Open Inclusion will be debunk the myth of “inclusive” vs “normal” customer experience design. We are all normal. We are all different. Difference is normal. So let’s design for the new normal.

We look forward to seeing you there or some other event in the future!

The next event we are engaged for is Mobile UX London (MUXL) London, 21 November 2019. At that event Tom and Christine will be facilitating a really exciting new inclusive design workshop. Please do come along and engage with us in a fun and interactive 90-minute, very practical session.

Engaging speakers and facilitators

If you are interested in engaging any of the team at Open for future public speaking engagements or facilitating interactive awareness events, please contact us.

We have a very experienced team that can talk either from their personal lived experience of disability, the strategic value of inclusive design or practically how to go on the journey of change. Our interactive inclusive design events tend to be very impactful as they combine real customers with lived experience fo access needs with practical guidance on how to progress and change.

Feedback from past participants

“I got a huge amount out of the day and it had certainly made me question a lot of the elements that I’m working on”

Feedback from past clients

“Thank you! The Open sessions were brilliant”

“It was a fantastic event and your sessions were amazing. The attendees particularly enjoyed meeting the panelists. Please do pass on my thanks.”