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UX Brighton 2018: Advancing Research
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Emmeline Oct 20
Making case bindings for the speaker gifts
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C2C Growth Hub Oct 19
Join for their 8th annual conference on the 2nd of Nov, where they'll be taking a deep dive into – looking beyond traditional to tackle everything from how research can inform to building research teams.
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Katie Taylor Oct 19
Excited to be talking about usability benchmarking in two weeks time. It's one of my favourite topics!
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Daniel Pidcock Oct 10
Looking forward to speaking at () in a few weeks about . Some great speakers there such as and . Get your tickets
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UX Brighton Oct 19
What does it take to be a really good researcher? wants to challenge some of the myths and presumptions that exist within the industry. Prepare for heresy on 2 November:
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Emma Boulton Oct 19
A great insight into the emerging field of from Kate.
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UX Brighton Oct 19
Two weeks to go. Fourteen days. The industry is coming together to dig deep into 'Advancing Research'. See you in on 2 November?
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UX Brighton Oct 18
Benchmarking. A central part of testing and . But is it always as simple a process as we'd like it to be? At , will help us make sense of something that can get complicated:
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Ben Holliday Oct 17
I now judge all the web-based tools/apps I use on how well they work with intermittent train wifi/mobile connection. I would run user research to test on trains/with bad wifi if I was building any productivity based product
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UX Brighton Oct 17
While we busy ourselves with the task of researching our customers are we neglecting our colleagues, their needs and the way they work together? joins us at to make the case for a better approach to 'internal research' and how it can help us.
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Emmeline Oct 16
We’ve had a 25% increase in ticket sales for this year. Making it officially our largest conference ever!
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belenpena Oct 15
Personally, one of the most intriguing questions raised by this "growing professionalisation of " is what we might be losing in the process
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UX Brighton Oct 15
speaker is one of the leaders behind the growing professionalisation of . She'll be sharing recent research into how we're organising to get good done.
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UX Brighton Oct 15
Some of the best insight we'll hear at this year's will be from the realm of UK Government. will be with us in , so if you want to be part of this great work, maybe talk to them about your next career move...
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UX Brighton Oct 15
Joining us at on 2 November: shares her insight into building and leading a team of researchers.
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Alastair Somerville Oct 13
Neurotypical people lightly engage with physical reality so they try to get ‘more real’ with: • Designing strongly sensory experiences • Mindfulness But this is all based on bias around their failure to engage.
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UX Brighton Oct 12
Huge thanks to , who have shown their support for by becoming one of our sponsors. Great to have them onboard.
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UX Brighton Oct 11
Three weeks from today we'll be in , getting set for a packed day focused on 'Advancing Research'. We're ready. Are you? There are tickets still available:
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VisitBrighton Oct 11
Don't forget to book your accommodation if you are visiting for . See for reservations.
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Dushyant Arora Oct 11
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