UXPA seeks to build relationships with other similar types of organizations. We believe that these partnerships add mutual value at both an organizational level and at an individual member level.
Our partnerships often include cross-promotion of activities, joint training, opportunities for speakers and writers, and a forum for our organizations to share new ideas. We also work to encourage our UXPA chapters to establish partnerships at a local level.
The International Design Center Berlin (IDZ) is a leading independent German institution that promotes design as a driver of business and social innovation. Through its professional member network, IDZ offers access to consultants and strategic expertise in areas such as User Centered Design, Circular Design and Business Innovation. The UX Design Awards are produced by IDZ Designpartner Berlin GmbH (Ltd.), a subsidiary of the International Design Center Berlin.
The Qualitative Research Consultants Association (QRCA) is a not-for-profit association of consultants involved in the design and implementation of qualitative research – focus groups, in-depth interviews, in-context and observational research, and more.
IDF is an independent nonprofit that aims to raise the level of global design education to an Ivy League standard at a reasonable cost. They provide a number of high quality courses from beginner to advanced to expand your learning in UX.
KNect365 help you to connect with and expand your professional community through the exchange of insights and strategic thinking. KNect365's Knowledge and Networking Offerings Create Collaborative, Results-Focused Opportunities for Growth. The Insights, Marketing & Innovation division Inspires new thinking & drives your business forward.
Hexagon is a global UX non-profit organization with a focus on community events and mentorship programs aimed to empower and support women and non-binary folks.
Join us for the Industry & Academia Privacy Symposium on Monday, June 10th at Bentley University (greater Boston area) that will feature presentations by leading privacy scholars, as well as practitioner perspectives on key online privacy challenges. The presenters are authors from a book to be released by Springer next year, “Modern Perspectives on Privacy. Topics will include Privacy in Healthcare IT, Internet of Things, Privacy-Enhancing Technologies, Personalization, Cross-Cultural perspective, Vulnerable Populations, Ethics and Policy, and more. Thanks to our sponsors, the event is low-cost and open to the public as part of an effort to make digital privacy research accessible.