#1 ONLINE PRODUCT & UX EVENT OF 2021

Online conference for Product Managers, Designers, Researchers
and all folks who discover, design and grow digital products.

Recordings on sale until 15 October 2021
5:00PM-8:10PM CEST Timezone

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ABOUT

Listen to stories, lessons and project insights from other product professionals. Choose between 50+ sessions happening simultaneously across 6 virtual rooms. Switch between the rooms at any time and select the one that suits you the best.
  • Interact live with the speaker, ask questions and take part in discussions after the talk
  • All presentations in English
  • Open to all UX / Product / Growth folks who want to share their stories. Become ProductCamp speaker

Presentation Announcements

Ty Fairclough

Ty Fairclough

PA Consulting
UX Stories inspired by Hollywood
Adam Rotmil

Adam Rotmil

AstraZeneca
Killer Features: Digital Healthcare That Saves Lives
Joanna Rutkowska & Magda Kochanowska

Joanna Rutkowska & Magda Kochanowska

DESIGN PROVISION
Service design for public health in the age of the Covid-19 pandemic
Igor	Farafonow

Igor Farafonow

Uxeria.com
UX Competency Map
Katarzyna Kaliszewska-Czeremska, Matylda Szmukier & Tomek Jamiński

K. Kaliszewska-Czeremska, M. Szmukier & T. Jamiński

United Data Forces of OLX - Operation B2C Segmentation
Jerzy Dorfler

Jerzy Dorfler

PGS Software
3 Pillars of Proficient Product Design
Ania Kuczyńska & Weronika Rochacka Gagliardi

Ania Kuczyńska & Weronika Rochacka Gagliardi

Planting the seed of change in one of the leading insurance companies in Poland
Sabina Biskupska & Dominika Czajak

Sabina Biskupska & Dominika Czajak

Alior Bank
How to find chemistry between product owners and UX researchers?
Paweł Bogdan

Paweł Bogdan

Esvelo
How to approach a product prioritization
Atisha Ramdas

Atisha Ramdas

Vodacom
The Hero's Journey: Storytelling as a design tool
Barbara	Adamska & Monika Banach

Barbara Adamska & Monika Banach

Symetria
Make your vote count and let people count it. What can you learn about your product from a presidential election?
Ravi Purohit

Ravi Purohit

Rakuten
How Not To Build A Product
Monika Mikowska

Monika Mikowska

Mobee Dick
Measuring UX doesn’t work
- what did we learn from Product Discovery in building a tool for ecommerce websites
Greg Rog

Greg Rog

Eduweb.pl
Building products for designers - systemflow.co case study
Lukasz Siemaszko

Lukasz Siemaszko

PlusDental
From Feature to Product Teams: Key Ingredients to Product-Led Culture
Marzena Cygan-Bakoniak

Marzena Cygan-Bakoniak

Business process improvements in digital transformation on examples
Krystyna Jarek

Krystyna Jarek

"Research Discovery. How to avoid information bubble"
Łukasz Fedorowicz & Piotr Łysakowski

Łukasz Fedorowicz & Piotr Łysakowski

No more "Lorem ipsum" in your designs! - introducing Core Content Model
Sergey Krasotin

Sergey Krasotin

Humbleteam
"How the craziest UX ideas became our most successful products. From a new-age bank startup to NASA & International Space Station".
Piotr Źrołka

Piotr Źrołka

Kinaole
Improving Accessibility of an eCommerce site: Case Study
Wojtek Aleksander

Wojtek Aleksander

Nordea
Managing text in the design system
Guillaume Vaslin

Guillaume Vaslin

ENNO studio
Stop designing for yourself! How to create accessible and inclusive UX for all
Rajmund Dziemaszkiewicz

Rajmund Dziemaszkiewicz

Clickmeeting
Hey, you’d better start using your own product. A short story how it looks in Clickmeeting
Przemek Szustak

Przemek Szustak

Tidio
Pivoting from being Data Obsessed to Data Informed
Vildana Lojo Babic

Vildana Lojo Babic

Infobip
Design Critique for Distributed and Diverse Teams
Marcin Jedrzejczak

Marcin Jedrzejczak

SAP
Evolution of Product Process
Filip Kopij

Filip Kopij

Cytiva
How to harness your backlog with strategic planning
Katarzyna Pawlak

Katarzyna Pawlak

Deviniti
How to manage 50,000 requests with customer requirements and not go crazy
Parn Bhatt

Parn Bhatt

Product Leadership - Two Sides Of A Coin
Agnieszka Billewicz

Agnieszka Billewicz

Star
Rapid Prototyping with (emerging) technology: Hands-on research approaches
Alicja Karalus

Alicja Karalus

OLX Group
What does building a great product and 'Capitan Planet and the Planters' animated TV series have in common.
Аnna Pysmennaya

Аnna Pysmennaya

UXSSR
Business Ecosystem as a Perfect Business Model
Chimmy Kalu

Chimmy Kalu

Triptease
How to build lovable products
Fabrice Pöhlmann

Fabrice Pöhlmann

HelloDesign
Science based Design
Aneta Kmiecik

Aneta Kmiecik

EcoOnline Global
Become more strategic as a designer
Daryna Kruty

Daryna Kruty

One Shoe
Get started with making product and design decisions based on data
Oleh Shulimov

Oleh Shulimov

Lufthansa Systems
How the OKRs framework helped my product team
Mihai Bâlea

Mihai Bâlea

Bytex
Building a UX team - a trial & error strategy
Ty Fairclough

Ty Fairclough

PA Consulting
UX Stories inspired by Hollywood
Adam Rotmil

Adam Rotmil

AstraZeneca
Killer Features: Digital Healthcare That Saves Lives
Joanna Rutkowska & Magda Kochanowska

Joanna Rutkowska & Magda Kochanowska

DESIGN PROVISION
Service design for public health in the age of the Covid-19 pandemic
Igor	Farafonow

Igor Farafonow

Uxeria.com
UX Competency Map
Katarzyna Kaliszewska-Czeremska, Matylda Szmukier & Tomek Jamiński

K. Kaliszewska-Czeremska, M. Szmukier & T. Jamiński

United Data Forces of OLX - Operation B2C Segmentation
Jerzy Dorfler

Jerzy Dorfler

PGS Software
3 Pillars of Proficient Product Design
Ania Kuczyńska & Weronika Rochacka Gagliardi

Ania Kuczyńska & Weronika Rochacka Gagliardi

Planting the seed of change in one of the leading insurance companies in Poland
Sabina Biskupska & Dominika Czajak

Sabina Biskupska & Dominika Czajak

Alior Bank
How to find chemistry between product owners and UX researchers?
Paweł Bogdan

Paweł Bogdan

Esvelo
How to approach a product prioritization
Atisha Ramdas

Atisha Ramdas

Vodacom
The Hero's Journey: Storytelling as a design tool
Barbara	Adamska & Monika Banach

Barbara Adamska & Monika Banach

Symetria
Make your vote count and let people count it. What can you learn about your product from a presidential election?
Ravi Purohit

Ravi Purohit

Rakuten
How Not To Build A Product
Monika Mikowska

Monika Mikowska

Mobee Dick
Measuring UX doesn’t work
- what did we learn from Product Discovery in building a tool for ecommerce websites
Greg Rog

Greg Rog

Eduweb.pl
Building products for designers - systemflow.co case study
Lukasz Siemaszko

Lukasz Siemaszko

PlusDental
From Feature to Product Teams: Key Ingredients to Product-Led Culture
Marzena Cygan-Bakoniak

Marzena Cygan-Bakoniak

Business process improvements in digital transformation on examples
Krystyna Jarek

Krystyna Jarek

"Research Discovery. How to avoid information bubble"
Łukasz Fedorowicz & Piotr Łysakowski

Łukasz Fedorowicz & Piotr Łysakowski

No more "Lorem ipsum" in your designs! - introducing Core Content Model
Sergey Krasotin

Sergey Krasotin

Humbleteam
"How the craziest UX ideas became our most successful products. From a new-age bank startup to NASA & International Space Station".
Piotr Źrołka

Piotr Źrołka

Kinaole
Improving Accessibility of an eCommerce site: Case Study
Wojtek Aleksander

Wojtek Aleksander

Nordea
Managing text in the design system
Guillaume Vaslin

Guillaume Vaslin

ENNO studio
Stop designing for yourself! How to create accessible and inclusive UX for all
Rajmund Dziemaszkiewicz

Rajmund Dziemaszkiewicz

Clickmeeting
Hey, you’d better start using your own product. A short story how it looks in Clickmeeting
Przemek Szustak

Przemek Szustak

Tidio
Pivoting from being Data Obsessed to Data Informed
Vildana Lojo Babic

Vildana Lojo Babic

Infobip
Design Critique for Distributed and Diverse Teams
Marcin Jedrzejczak

Marcin Jedrzejczak

SAP
Evolution of Product Process
Filip Kopij

Filip Kopij

Cytiva
How to harness your backlog with strategic planning
Katarzyna Pawlak

Katarzyna Pawlak

Deviniti
How to manage 50,000 requests with customer requirements and not go crazy
Parn Bhatt

Parn Bhatt

Product Leadership - Two Sides Of A Coin
Agnieszka Billewicz

Agnieszka Billewicz

Star
Rapid Prototyping with (emerging) technology: Hands-on research approaches
Alicja Karalus

Alicja Karalus

OLX Group
What does building a great product and 'Capitan Planet and the Planters' animated TV series have in common.
Аnna Pysmennaya

Аnna Pysmennaya

UXSSR
Business Ecosystem as a Perfect Business Model
Chimmy Kalu

Chimmy Kalu

Triptease
How to build lovable products
Fabrice Pöhlmann

Fabrice Pöhlmann

HelloDesign
Science based Design
Aneta Kmiecik

Aneta Kmiecik

EcoOnline Global
Become more strategic as a designer
Daryna Kruty

Daryna Kruty

One Shoe
Get started with making product and design decisions based on data
Oleh Shulimov

Oleh Shulimov

Lufthansa Systems
How the OKRs framework helped my product team
Mihai Bâlea

Mihai Bâlea

Bytex
Building a UX team - a trial & error strategy

PRODUCTCAMP TICKETS

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Tickets:

  • Early Bird - FREE until end of April or until end of quota, whatever comes first (with compliments from the City of Gdynia). No access to recordings after the event. [RUN OUT]
  • Regular - 25 PLN (~€5). No access to recordings after the event. [RUN OUT]
  • Full - 70 PLN (~€15). Access to all recordings after the event. Don’t miss out on any good session you couldn’t attend + BONUS: All conference recordings from 2020 :)

Frequently Asked Questions

How does ProductCamp work?

ProductCamp differs slightly from a typical conference. We keep building the agenda while new speakers are signing up. You can find first speaker announcements above. A detailed agenda will be published and emailed to all attendees at ~1 week before the event. On the day of event you’ll be able to choose between 50+ sessions happening simultaneously across 6 virtual rooms. You will be able to switch between the sessions at any time and select the one that suits you the best.

When will the agenda be published?

Currently we’re gathering speaker registrations and collecting their promo videos. You can find first speaker announcements above. We’ll announce a detailed agenda ~1 week before the event.

Will the talk recordings be available after the event?

All session recordings will be available only to participants who purchased the Full Ticket.

I want to do a talk at ProductCamp. How do I go about it?

1. After you register to ProductCamp we’ll email you with the link to the Speaker Registration Form, which you can fill in at your own discretion. You’ll be asked to provide:
- Your short bio
- Topic of your presentation (or session, if you don’t do a typical presentation, ie. the Q&A)
- A quick video promoting your talk to our audience (will be published on our website and social media) - 30sec to 1min
Make sure to provide all details asap, as we have a limited number of slots available.
2. Wait for the speaker slot e-mail confirmation from our crew.
3. You have time until the 10th of September to work on your presentation. Your presentation or session should last maximum 25mins to leave 5minutes for questions from the audience.
4. We’ll assign you with the specific time slot for your presentation at least one week before ProductCamp.

Please remember - as a presenter, you decide on the subject you want to talk about, but bear in mind that your audience is smart and expects to receive knowledge, insights, stories and lessons not a sales spiel. Nothing overly promotional towards your company will make a good impression. Inspire and share but don’t sell.

Is there a qualification process for ProductCamp speakers?

Due to a limited number of speaker slots (about 60) we will not be able to confirm every single application. When applying please make sure:
- Your topic matches a topic from our 'List of preferred themes and topics'.
- Your presentation is in English,
- It’s a case-study or is strongly based on a project you’re working on (pls explain in description of your talk)
- It is not a sales pitch towards your company / software,
- It is original and has educational value for other attendees.

What if I want to do a presentation in Spanish (or any other language for that matter)?

At this moment we only welcome presentations / sessions run in English.

How long are the sessions?

Each session lasts for 30min. We’re recommending max 25min for a presentation + 5min for questions/discussion.

Is it only presentations and talks? What other types of sessions can I run?

We’re open to all types of session formats. You can run a regular presentation, host a quick workshop, chair a panel or initiate a Q&A session. As long as you don’t diverge too far from the broad arena of product / design / research / UX you will likely gather a highly motivated pack of followers eager to hear what you have to say or show.


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ABOUT US

We have organized and run ProductCamps for over 8 years already and experimented with the format a lot.
We’re now taking these lessons online in hope to reach an even broader audience of digital product and design professionals.


Previous editions:

2020 / 2019 / 20182017 / 2016 / 2015 / 2014

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