The next Northern User Experience event will be on Monday 24 January at Simple Usability in Leeds. We have three great sessions lined up:
- Remote Usability Testing
- Brainstorming of ideas for upcoming NUX sessions
- Interaction Architecture for Startups and Digital Agencies
Venue: Simple Usability, Round Foundry Media Centre, Foundry Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 5QP
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Tickets: free from nux.eventbite.com
Twitter hashtag: #nuxuk
Sponsor: thanks to Simple Usability for providing the venue and refreshments
Remote Usability Testing
This session will be presented by Lee Duddell from whatusersdo.com
Lee will talk about when to use remote testing and what you can expect to get from it. He’ll also provide some examples of innovative uses of remote testing that you may not have thought of!
Founder of whatusersdo.com an innovative online User Experience research service.
Brainstorming of ideas for upcoming NUX sessions
This session will be presented by Dina Salah from the University of York.
A modified form of Open Space, to reach interesting session ideas. Since the meeting is supposed to be self-organising, the facilitators put their energy not in running the meeting but creating a setting that gets everyone’s creative energy flowing. A full description of the original (non modified) form of open space http://www.agileopen.net/on-open-space
Dina Salah is a 3rd year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York working under the supervision of Professors Richard Paige. Her research focus is on how to bridge the gap between user centred design and agile software development processes.
Before starting her PhD she worked for 12 years in Egypt both in academia as a teaching assistant and an assistant lecturer in a number of Egyptian Universities, and in industry as an Oracle trainer, consultant and developer. She is an Oracle Certified Professional DBA10G, DBA9i, Developer 9i, Developer 6i, and Managing Oracle on Linux Certified Expert.
Interaction Architecture for Startups and Digital Agencies
This session will be presented by Peter Bagnall from Surface Effect
Pete Bagnall is an independent Interaction and Software Architect, at his company SurfaceEffect Ltd. He has had a varied career in the software industry from network research at BT’s research labs at Martlesham Heath (now Adastral Park) to working as an Interaction Designer in Silicon Valley. He’s taught courses for Lancaster University and presented workshops in design methodologies at the BCS annual HCI conference.