Venues

The Conference Venues

Indiana History Center
Session Venue
Herron School of Art & Design
Session Venue
Indiana State Museum
Keynote Venue
Indianapolis Downtown Marriott
Conference Hotel
Herron School of Art

Herron School of Art & Design

Session Venue

On the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), the Herron School of Art and Design provides its students and the community a forum to develop a meaningful dialogue about art and design, its expression, and purpose.

Indiana History Center

Indiana History Center

Session Venue

The Indiana History Center houses one of the oldest and largest historical societies in the United States. As "Indiana's Storyteller,” we're proud to host MWUX here to tell the unfolding story of UX.

Indiana State Museum

Indiana State Museum

Keynote Venue

Located in White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana State Museum is the place to explore Indiana’s past, present and future - from mastodons and dire wolves to contemporary art by some of Indiana’s best artists!

Indianapolis Marriott Downtown

Indianapolis Marriott Downtown

Hotel

Book your room at the MWUX14 conference rate of $144/night plus tax. Room availability is limited, so book your room online or call (317) 822-3500 and mention the Midwest UX Conference. The Indianapolis Marriott Downtown is a 4-Diamond hotel with indoor pool and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The City: Indianapolis

While Indianapolis is often known for its sports events, the city also has a vibrant design, development, and startup community. The UX community features interface-minded developers rubbing elbows with technology-minded visual designers, as well as usability analysts, service designers and interaction designers.

This community is led by a passionate group of local leaders and volunteers and realized through the generosity of speakers, meetups, sponsors, and host partners.

Indy believes in cultivating the right environment for arts, design, and creative pursuits, and is all about being accessible to its citizens. The city plays host to a wide range of arts events throughout the year such as the Penrod Arts Fair and Broad Ripple Art Fair, has a thriving First Friday art tour at more than 25 galleries downtown, and is home to institutions like the Indianapolis Art Center and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. We have events like 5x5, a challenge in which motivated and impassioned residents have the opportunity to win $10,000 to put toward making their ideas for city betterment happen. It’s easy to find ways to get involved, not only in the arts, but in making an impact on the community-at-large.