Sun’s out, UX’s out – User Research London 2018 is around the corner
Following a smashing first event last year, User Research London is back in 2018 for two days of user research learning, on 21st and 22nd of June. This year, the event will be bigger and better, with the first day dedicated to talks and a second day composed of interactive workshops.
Although the schedule is still coming together, some of the speakers have been announced on the event’s website such as Laurissa Wolfram-Hvass, Director of Research at Mailchimp, and Paul Andre, Research Lead at Workplace.
The list also includes Ben Cubbon and Nic Price, the Bristol-based duo that founded the research group Participant Needs, with whom People for Research have been working over the last two years to find out more about the user journey and the participants’ expectations when taking part in user research and testing.
People for Research’s Business Development Director, Jess Lewes, will be delivering a workshop this year, and the topic will be announced soon, along with the rest of the event’s schedule. Jess was also a speaker at last year’s User Research London, where she talked about the history of user recruitment and how the requirements have changed in user research from the point of view of a third-party specialist recruiter like People for Research.
Besides sponsoring the event, People for Research will also run its expert user recruitment clinic for the second year, offering free advice on how to find the right participants to take part in user research. We’ll launch the registration page soon, so keep an eye on our blog and on our Twitter account for more updates.
If you’re interested in finding out more about ticket prices and options, then click here. For now, there are only early bird tickets left for day one, but more tickets should be available soon, so keep an eye on the event’s website and Twitter account to find out more.
UX Bristol 2018
But User Research London is not the only event around the corner for us and for the UX industry. UX Bristol is also happening this summer, on 13th July, at the M Shed in Bristol. People for Research will also be sponsoring the eighth UX Bristol, organised by the Bristol Usability Group, where you will have the chance to learn hands-on user experience, research and design techniques from leading industry practitioners.
The schedule will include 12 workshops, organised in three different tracks. The tickets will go on sale in late May, and you can follow UX Bristol on Twitter for regular updates and the latest news.
For a complete list of user experience and user research events across the UK, check our infographic below.
.@UserResearchLDN is back in 2018 for two days of #UserResearch learning, on 21st and 22nd of June. The event comes back bigger and better & PFR will be sponsoring. Check our blog for info about this & other events – https://t.co/U71Fl7hNxq #ux #uxevent #designresearch @UXBristol pic.twitter.com/1gDp5OJ8EW
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About the author: Maria Santos is the Digital Marketing Manager at People for Research. You can find her on the People for Research’s Facebook or Twitter accounts, regularly engaging with potential participants, market research experts and the UX community.
About People for Research: We recruit participants for UX and usability testing and market research. We work with award winning UX agencies across the UK and partner with a number of end clients who are leading the way with in-house user experience and insight.
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