GAME UX SUMMIT is the first professional UX event dedicated to the video game industry. It brings together renowned speakers from various Game UX-related disciplines.
GAME UX SUMMIT ’23 will be hosted online in the fall (more to come soon).
Find all the videos on YouTube.
● Seattle 2022 (hosted by Bungie)
● Lille 2019 (hosted by Plaine Images)
● Vancouver 2018 (hosted by Electronic Arts)
● …and more! (held yearly in person and online since 2016)
NEXT GAME UX SUMMIT /// SEATTLE Area, USA
The GAME UX SUMMIT ’22 takes place in Seattle Area (US) on Sept 21-22 (masterclasses Sept 23). Sign up to our newsletter to stay informed!
CELIA HODENT (Summit Chair)
Celia Hodent is recognized as a leader in the application of user experience and psychology in video game design and in the development of UX strategy and process in game studios.
She is also the founder and curator of the Game UX Summit, which launched in Durham, NC, in May of 2016, hosted by Epic Games.
Bungie is the studio behind some of the biggest videogame hits in history, including Destiny, Halo, Myth, Marathon, and more.
We welcome you to come and share the latest trends on creating an amazing player experience, discuss current best practices, and collaborate on how to keep raising the bar on creating amazing UX for the world’s players.
Looking forward to seeing you all at the next event!
Game UX Summit Chair
Celia Hodent is recognized as a leader in the application of user experience (UX) and cognitive science in the game industry. Celia holds a PhD in psychology and has over ten years of experience in the development of UX strategy and processes in video game studios. Through her work at Ubisoft (e.g. Rainbow 6 franchise), LucasArts (Star Wars: 1313), and as Director of UX at Epic Games (Fortnite), she has contributed to many projects across multiple platforms, from PC to consoles, mobiles, and VR. Celia is also the founder and chair of the Game UX Summit, advisor for the GDC UX Summit, and author of The Gamer’s Brain: How Neuroscience and UX can Impact Video Game Design. She currently works as an independent consultant, helping studios increase the likelihood of their games to be engaging and successful.