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Oracle, UX, MUXL

2 Day Hackathon with Orange & Oracle

Friday 27th April  18.00 – 20.30 & Saturday 28th April 09.30 – 18.30

Designing Interactive Dialogues for Next Gen Messaging

#HackUX Highlights

Winning Presentations

Best Use of Tool
Most Original Concept
Team Fear
Solution Most Aligned to Brief

#HackUX on Twitter

The Brief (from Orange)

A revolution is on the way in the shape of enhanced messaging. Next generation messaging available to anybody with a supported handset. Bringing all the features of messaging apps like WhatsApp to the native messaging environment. Also called Rich Communication Service (RCS), the upgraded messaging service will provide richer interactions, with content and graphics and the opportunity to deploy conversational bots within the native environment.

Workshop description

This hackathon is on conversational design within a messaging environment. This Hackathon is open to all across product, design, dev etc. You will have the opportunity to prototype your ideas using the Oracle Platform with Oracle Intelligent Bots. You won’t need be technical to use the platform as you will be designing & creating prototypes.

We’re looking for teams with a range of skills, so whether you’re a designer, developer, a business or product manager, we want you!


Dominic Pullen

UX Manager, Orange



UX Director, Orange


Co-Founder and CEO at Bounce

Gemma Yussuf, MUXL 2017, UX Conference


Business Development Manager

Emem Usanga

Emem Usanga

UX Consultant, This is Nuance


Lead Design Manager, Orange

Previous HACKUX Events

HackUX with Orange



VR/UX Hackathon

HackUX with Aviva



Designing for Empathy

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A hackathon is an event where people come together to solve a problem through innovative solutions in a short period of time. HackUX will be focused on how we will design for VR environments and we should interact with these technologies in the future.

HackUX is a one day event, on Friday, April 6th at 9 AM until 5 PM. There will be drinks and nibbles after.

The hackathon will be at Amazon (LHR16), 115 Worship St, London EC2A 2BA.

The goal of the hackathon is to create innovative products and solutions, as well as gain knowledge about the issue and make valuable connections.

You and everyone else who signs up for HackUX can pitch ideas in the beginning of the event.

Prizes are TBD. They will be awarded for the winners in the following categories: – Solution most aligned to brief – Most original concept – Best use of tool

Bring a computer and whatever else you need to get work done, as well as your best ideas and a lot of energy!

A pack will be shared with participants closer to the date with more specific details about the challenge.

For this event, you sign up as an individual but then you can choose the team you join.