30th January 2020
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Workshed Swindon, London Street, Swindon
The first session of 2020 sees UX Swindon host Adam Babajee-Pycroft, Head of UX at Immersive Labs in Bristol. In his talk, Adam will explore the benefits and challenges of remote user research.
18:00 - Doors open, pizza, drinks, networking
18:30 - Moderated Remote User Research in Lean UX
19:30 - End
User Research is critical to user-centred design. Ultimately if you’re not involving users in your design process you’re not practicing UX. However, you don’t necessarily need to get participants in a lab to do high quality user research. On the other hand, you may feel that self moderated research tools (UserTesting.com) etc don’t provide all the valuable insights that you get in the lab.
During this talk, Adam will discuss how Remote Moderated User Research can blend the quality of lab based research with the speed and value of guerilla methods.
In this talk, we’ll explore:
Pros and Cons of remote moderated research
Lessons from triumphs and disasters of over 500 remote moderated sessions
How to plan this type of research
How you can introduce iterative research into your design process
Answers to your questions
Adam Babajee-Pycroft recently joined Immersive Labs as Head of UX. Immersive Labs is a cybersecurity skills platform based in Bristol which recently raised $40 million in Series B funding. Fuelled by coffee and heavy metal he’s spent the last 14 years delivering successful user-centred design and research projects. His client experience includes BMW, Unite Students, National Trust and tech companies including Digivante.
Before joining Immersive, Adam spent nearly a decade running Natural Interaction a Bristol based UX agency. Natural Interaction specialised in delivering Lean UX projects which incorporated rapid prototyping, remote user research and iteration.
Before founding Natural Interaction in 2010, Adam rapidly worked his way up AXA Life UK from taking phone calls in Customer Service to leading UX activity across the business.
Adam is currently scaling Immersive’s UX team so if you’re after a UX or design role, have a chat to him.
The Workshed - It's a 5 minute walk from Swindon train station, or if you're driving, the closest car park is on Bristol Street.
Bravedog (www.bravedog.co.uk) will be kindly providing the venue for this event.
And thank you to C4S-Search (http://c4s-search.co.uk) for funding the beer, soft drinks and nibbles!