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Chennai UI/UX Confluence – Connect With The Community

Tamizh Selvan
April 26, 2017 |

Welcome to the most exciting UI/UX meetup in Chennai – The First Chennai UI/UX Confluence on 26th May (Fri) at 5.00 PM.

DCKAP, a Magento 2 Trained Silver Solutions Partner is proud to host the First Chennai UI/UX Confluence on 26th May 2017. Whether you’re a beginner in UI/UX or an expert and want to share your experiences, you are most welcome to join us.

In Chennai UI/UX Confluence, emphasis will be on the latest trends in design. It will be a day of practical UI/UX design talks & workshops for designers & developers. The goal of the meetup is to learn, discuss, and share our experience and knowledge with other fellow designers.

We welcome all levels of usability professionals and stakeholders including UI/UX Designers, Visual Designers, User Researchers, Interaction Designers, Content Strategists, Information Architects, Usability Testers, Scrum Masters, Product Managers, Copywriters, UI/UX students and enthusiasts at large to help accelerate their career and build a support network.

Let’s network, share our experiences and create synergy.

Spread the word.Bring your UI/UX friends.

Let’s talk Design.

When is it happening?

26th May 2017, 5.00 P.M

Where is the venue?


L76A, L Block,21st Street, Anna Nagar East, Near Chinthamani, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600 102.

Registrations are open!!!  Click here to attend the event.

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If you wish to share your expertise and knowledge as a speaker, drop an email to

Come and be a part of the vibrant UI/UX community in Chennai!!!

Tamizh Selvan

Tamizh Selvan heads the marketing efforts for DCKAP and its brands. He manages its content marketing and blog. He is a bibliophile and a cinephile. He can be found browsing at any one of the popular bookshops in Chennai during the weekends or watching movies at home.

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