Scroll to top

UX Camp HH is a barcamp. Meaning: you will provide the content of our little event – but no need to panic! Our participants are a nice and welcoming bunch of people and totally respect rough ideas and ad hoc sessions.

You can, of course, bring a prepared presentation from home. You can also totally make it up on the fly! Some people even get inspired during the event to whip up some slides in between sessions, or to dive deeper into a topic by initiating a fruitful discussion with the other participants…

Whatever comes to you mind, you are welcome to share!


Looking for inspiration? Here are some sessions from previous UX Camps:

Many thanks for the valuable input!

Aki Fukai

— Everyone is a Climate Designer – now what? Tools & strategies to help us getting us out of this mess.

We will explore how climate transformation cannot be achieved without digital transformation, and what everyone is contributing as UXer or product person, for the better or worse – and what we can do about it.

Andreas Popp

— Product for Net Zero

Digitals impact on the climate is comparable to the aviation industry. This session wants to raise awareness and show ways to cut carbon emissions during software development in order to mitigate this often overlooked problem.

Verena Lahner & Johanna Dietrich (The Boutique Agency)

— Accessibility Matters

Given the European Accessibility Act that will take effect in 2025, we want to talk about Web Accessibility: guidelines, criteria and practical tips for implementation.

Indra Burkart (Rackspace Technology)

— Get 2 for 1 with Customer Journey Mapping - Collect data and design the solution

With this very flexible and powerful method you are visualizing each step of the user journey and might reveal missing touchpoint, pain points or potentials. You can not only visualize data from various research findings in a Customer Journey Map, but also use it as a workshop method in your kick off or requirements workshop. I want to show how I usually do customer journey mapping at the start of a project to gather requirements and dive into finding a better solution.

Sebastian Keitel

— Typography in digital products: Organizing and structuring information visually

With typography, information is ordered and structured hierarchically. In digital products there are sometimes special requirements and rules that influence and complicate the handling of typography. The session examines typographical aspects in digital products and services and what is important in the typographical design of user interfaces.

Meik Mense-Koch

— Get your interface homework done, public transport!

Mobility services are mushrooming everywhere. But while they are designed for a tech-savvy audience, what about the broad mass of casual public transport users? And is this really a question of available services or rather of general accessibility? The answer is obvious. Or is it? 👉 Let's talk!

Diana Frank

— Hope for the best – patient feedback, cause research for acute and chronic inflammation and how to get better

What is patients reality and what could be done with some UX insights.

Verena Lahner & Johanna Dietrich (The Boutique Agency)

— How SEO and UX can become a dream team

We will explore how UX and SEO work together while uncovering common misconceptions.

Nina Koch

— Hooked on DataViz: Tales from a Noob

Data visualization is such an amazing and broad field – and I want to share my noobish fascination with YOU!

Sebastian Keitel

— Visual language in digital products: Making information tangible with photographs and moving images

Image information is easy to process cognitively. Images are therefore a powerful tool for conveying information. The lecture shows how photographs, moving images or illustrations can be used sensibly in digital products.

Xiaying Han (SAP)

— Design systems are about people

Investing in a design system means investing in communication and engaging the whole organization into a broader collaboration. Design systems only evolve and remain resilient because of the people involved. The session shares practical tips learned at SAP to establish a more inclusive design system governance by taking a cross-functional approach.

Arne Hollmann

— Brain Surgery for COOs: Humane Paragons for Humane Organizations

It's normal to develop brand identities based on human characteristics – why not use similar paradigms for digital transformation? Let's map entire company structures onto a human organism.

Ann-Kathrin Großhammer (elbkapitäne GmbH & Co. KG)

— Designing the long run: What running marathon teaches me about UX Strategy.

Through my personal journey, I'll share insights that have shaped my work as a UX Strategist uncovering surprising parallels between running and consulting. And no worries: You don't have to be a runner to take away some tips and thoughts for your everyday life.

David Ranftler (

— A chatbot doing your user interviews?!

In this session, I want to introduce you to our interview bot Emmy. I will tell you how we came up with the idea, how Emmy works and what you should consider when using generative AI in UX Research.

Fabian Fabian

— A two-year design break – what did I take away?

After a short phase as interim Product Manager I spent 2022 and 2023 as an Agile Coach. Lots of new things to learn, lots of new mistakes to make. I will share about what worked, what didn’t and what I will keep for my return to the daily design grind.

Melina Trieb (Fielmann) & Lisa Radel (immowelt)

— UX Research Repositories