Showing results & key data to colleagues, senior stakeholders and other groups can be a tricky process. What tools and processes do you make use of to share, visualise and get feedback on your UX study results & data?

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 22 September 2016 (22/09/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. What tools/formats do you use to present UX related data to colleagues, stakeholders & others?
  2. What are they main difficulties you face when presenting UX related data? How have you overcome these?
  3. What examples have you seen of well presented UX related data?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

It’s the time of year for various hardware and software updates. The iPhone 7 & iOS10 releases and the upcoming Google ‘Pixel’ phone and Android 7. This UXDiscuss asks how you handle these updates & upgrades to ensure your users have a smooth transition between different versions.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 15 September 2016 (15/09/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. How do you help users adapt to updates in your system/app/product?
  2. How do you ensure your updates/upgrades are actually required by your users?
  3. What examples have you seen of great update/upgrade transition paths?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at UX Process & Procedure.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 8 September 2016 (08/09/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. What set UX processes do you follow and how does this benefit your workflow?
  2. Do your UX processes ever hinder your workflow? How have you avoided this?
  3. What good examples have you seen of well implemented UX processes & workflows?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at Promoting your UX work and how you convince others of the advantages of applying UX processes.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 28 July 2016 (28/07/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. How do you promote the UX work you do, both to your business and to the public?
  2. How easy do you find it to promote the UX work you do?
  3. What succeses have you had in promoting your UX work?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at UX roles and the various misconceptions around them.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 21 July 2016 (21/07/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. What confusion or misconception have you found regarding UX roles?
  2. How do you explain your role when working with a new company or client?
  3. What’s your job title and how does this relate to your day-to-day work?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at UX & Accessibility. UX is about considering the needs of users in general and accessibility is an important part of that experience. Being able to deliver a more complete experience to anyone regardless of difficulties or limitations. Trying to adhere to a good level of accessibility has many challenges and can easily be overlooked. How do you address accessibility on your projects?

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 14th July 2016 (14/07/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. How much do you consider accessibility as part of your UX related work?
  2. What tools and resources do you find useful when considering accessibility?
  3. What examples have you seen of good, accessibility focused, UX?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will be about getting Design Feedback from the UXDiscuss community.
Sometime we all need an external view on the UX related work we are doing – this UXDiscuss is an opportunity for you to discuss design problems you are facing, tricky IA issues or anything else you’d appreciate an external perspective on and see what help other people can offer.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 7th July 2016 (07/06/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

Post your question for the community using the hashtag #UXDiscuss.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at UX Documentation. Any UX project can have a lot of documentation depending on the dimension of the project and the amount of techniques used. Deciding what documentation is best to share your ideas and conclusions can be complex. How do you set out your documentation and organise it?

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 30th June 2016 (30/06/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. What are your tips for successful successful UX related documentation?
  2. How do you decide which documentation to create?
  3. How do you avoid creating too much documentaion or the wrong documentation?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at Persona design and use. Discovering who our users really are is one of the most challenging tasks for a UX professional. Keeping those users in mind when designing an experience is even more complicated as we easily get influenced by our own opinions. Personas help us focus on the users we’re designing for, so how do we create personas with the right information that will add value to our process and not just steer us in the wrong direction?

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 23th June 2016 (23/06/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. What are your tips for successful personas?
  2. How do you decide the amount of personas you will need?
  3. How do you avoid adding information that is of no value?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!

This UXDiscuss will look at Card Sorting tools and techniques. Card sorts can be a useful part of UX research and analysis, especially if we want to know how our users perceive things like menus and general system IA. Looking at how best to conduct card sorts and how to then extract the useful data is an essential skill to achieve the best results. What tools and techniques do you use to decide your course of action when running card sorting exercises?

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 16th June 2016 (16/06/2016) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. What are your tips for a successful card sorting session?
  2. Open/Closed/Hybrid, local/remote, individual/group—How do you decide on which type of card sort to conduct?
  3. How do you avoid biased responses—e.g. The Hawthorne Effect—during card sorts?

The questions will be posted to Twitter via @uxdiscuss using the hashtag #uxdiscuss and all you have to do is join in.

We look forward to seeing you then!