User Research London 2018

User Research London returned in June 2018 for it’s second year providing leading insights about user research from global experts.

2018 saw the introduction of User Research London - Workshops, a day dedicated to gathering hands on experience and developing research practice.

2018 Programme

 DAY 01 - 21ST JUNE 2018: THE TALKS

  • 9.20am Cyd Harrell - Metaphor and synthesis [slides]

  • 10.00am Ayush Chauhan and Babitha George - Design for social impact

  • 10.30am Ben Cubbon & Nic Price - Participants have needs [slides]

  • 11.30am Kathleen Asjes - Making your research GDPR proof

  • 11.45am Tim Dixon - The digital impact framework

  • 12.00noon Paul Andre- Beyond good research 

  • 12.30pm Christina Li - Adventures in UX research and data [slides]

  • 2pm Ana Roji - When insights fade away [slides]

  • 2.30pm Laurissa Wolfram-Hvass - Is your research usable? [slides]

  • 3.00pm Tom Ablewhite - Deliverables for designers

  • 3.45pm Lisa Halabi - What DJing taught me about Usability Testing

  • 4.00pm Nick Leon - Finding Mojo and Magic [slides]

  • 4.30pm Meena Kothandaraman - Successfully positioning qualitative research in organizational practice [slides]


FULL DAY WORKSHOPS, 9.00am - 5.00pm (registration from 8.30am)

  • Dan Szuc & Jo Wong - Designing project teams to make meaningful work together

  • Meena Kothandaraman & Zarla Ludin - A strategic research framework everyone can use

MORNING WORKSHOPS 9.00am - 12.30pm (registration from 8.30am)

  • Jess Lewes & Maria Santos - Welcome to the world of user recruitment

  • Ayush Chauhan & Babitha George - Design for social impact: nurturing a reflective practice

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS 1.30-5.00pm (registration from 8.30am)

  • Ben Cubbon & Nic Price - Improving how we describe research to  participants so we get better quality insight

  • Cyd Harrell - Making research count in organizations

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