People still build up the majority of their experiences in off-line, non-digital situations.This means there are many benefits to bringing these off-line experiences into our on-line designs. But while some of these experiences transition well from real-world to digital others don’t. This UXDiscuss event looks at ways in which we can bring the knowledge and experience of users gained off-line and take advantage of this on-line.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 28th September 2017 (28/09/2017) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. How do you approach bringing offline experiences into your online experiences?
  2. What challenges have you faced when translating offline experiences into online experiences?
  3. What great examples of translating offline experiences into online experiences have you seen?

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!

 

In this UXDiscuss we’ll be looking at Conducting UX Tests – User workshops.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 20th September 2017 (20/09/2017) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. How do you prepare for your user workshops?
  2. What are the main problems you have found when conducting workshops?
  3. What resources do you make use of in regard to user workshops?

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!

The amount of UX research done across different organisations can vary – but the end result—having useful information to act upon—is the same.

One of the trickiest aspects of this can be finding the right systems & processes to make the sharing of these UX related research findings easy and useful.

Systems like Nasdaq’s Mosaiq – http://nasdaqdesign.com/mosaiq/ – and WeWork’s Polaris – https://medium.com/@tsharon/democratizing-ux-670b95fbc07f – are looking to address some of these issues but these options are still developing.

In this UXDiscuss, we want to find out how you share your UX related research findings, both within your team and across your wider organisation.

The #uxdiscuss event will be held on 14th September 2017 (14/09/2017) at 1pm UK time (8am Eastern US).

The questions we will be discussing are:

  1. How do you share the UX related research findings you do within your organisation?
  2. What are the main issues you find when sharing UX research findings?
  3. What good examples have you seen of methods, techniques or templates for sharing UX related research findings?

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!