150 different universities from all around the globe will be invited to be part of it and send their top UX students to participate. All participating students will have to solve the same task individually, visualize and prepare their solution as an A0 PDF.
This, in turn, will then be sent to the UX WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP JURY.
The best 10 students (only one for every proposal) will be invited to be part of the UX World Championship finals!
At the UX finals, the students will receive two additional tasks and will have six hours to solve them. The jury, which will be composed of experts from sponsoring partners and WUC speakers, will choose the winner of the UX World Championship. The winner will be awarded at the World Usability Congress.
The finalists will be informed in mid 2017. We can’t inform all students. Only the finalists will be informed by the World Usability Congress comittee.
We congratulate our Winner of 2016 \ Daria Kosheleva \ Politecnico di Milano
Finalists \ 2016
Bing-Hsun Wu \ University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Janmesh Gharat \ National Institute Of Design
Vishnu Kumaar Mahendran \ University of Michigan
Cheong Wai Hoong \ Multimedia University
Dhruvil Gandhi \ Pace University
Kausik Surendran \ National Institute Of Design
Daria Kosheleva \ Politecnico di Milano
Kavitha Krishnan \ Bentley University
Prastut Kumar \ VIT University, Chennai Campus, India
Tejas Chavan \ Pace University
Prasang Sharma \ VIT University, Channai Campus, India
Judges \ 2016
Craig Tomlin \ Indeed.com
Kwan Min Lee \ Samsung
Hannes Robier \ youspi
Russ Wilson \ Google
Christian Waitzinger \ Sapient
Fritz Øhlenschlæger \ LEGO Group
Klaus Hofer \ CATi
Martin Wolf \ Labstore Europe