To coincide with World Usability Day on November 14, the folks in Toronto (home of DemoCamp, CaseCamp, CopyCamp and TorCamp) are holding UsabilityCamp featuring evening presentions from Sapient, Umbra, ConceptShare, Autodesk and Habitat New Media Lab.

Doesn’t look like a typical ad-hoc camp event, but the content is certainly compelling, as is the price tag ($0 CAN). Unfortunately the event is already oversold, but you can signup on the waitlist.

Official details:

Join us in Toronto on World Usability Day, Tuesday November 14th to LEARN, SHARE and MEET with others interested in usability and user experience at UsabilityCamp!

What is UsabilityCamp, you ask? It’s an open and free event for anyone interested in usability – whether it’s product, technology or web user experience. We think bringing together designing minds from different worlds is a great idea. It’s a chance for you to listen to, mingle with and generally enjoy the company of your peers in the usability/user experience, design and business communities.

This is all happening as part of World Usability Day (WUD) – local activities on a global scale which all take place on November 14th – organized by the Usability Professionals’ Association. WUD promotes the value of usability engineering, user-centered design and every user’s responsibility to ask for things that work better!

Our theme for World Usability Day and the first official UsabilityCamp in Toronto is Canadian innovation.