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A meetup for like-minded professionals with an interest in UX.

 

 

 

 

 

7TH NOVEMBER AT 18:00 – CANVAS LOFT BAR, BOURNEMOUTH

We meet every quarter to share knowledge, learn from each other, and share stories over a beer or two. Each event consists of three experienced UX professionals speaking for around 25 minutes, plus a few minutes for questions. Before and after the speakers there’s time to mingle at the bar with snacks and a free drink for everyone. We’d love to see you at the next UX Bournemouth event on 7th November!

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  • “The mix of opinion and real life expertise delivered an evening that was both informative and thought provoking.”

  • “Great speakers, some solid practical learning to apply in the workplace, but also an excellent opportunity for networking in a relaxed environment.”

  • “Well thought through, knowledgeable and passionate presenters. Friendly, relaxed atmosphere with approachable hosts and attendees”

Here’s a taster of the speakers we had at our last event

We’re getting close to revealing an exciting line-up of speakers for our fourth UX Bournemouth event, check back soon for more details.

UX Bournemouth - July 2017

Joe Leech

Once a recovering neuroscientist, then had a spell as an elementary school teacher. He now has 13 years of experience in UX and has worked with organisations like GiffGaff, Disney, eBay, Glenfiddich and Marriott. Joe to his friends is the author of the book ‘Psychology of Designers’. He also writes for Smashing Magazine, Net Magazine…

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UX Bournemouth - July 2017

Naintara Land

Tara was Head of User Research at the Government Digital Service, where she was responsible for a team of over 40 user researchers. Prior to this, Tara was the User Research Lead on GOV.UK, and established user research as an embedded and integral part of the GOV.UK programme, the UK’s largest digital transformation project. Most…

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Katy Arnold

Head of User Research and Design at The Home Office, is responsible for a team of researchers and designers, who are bringing a user focus to service delivery at the Home Office. Currently also studying for a Masters at UCL in Human Computer Interaction with Ergonomics for Design, Katy is a usability geek and a skilled user…

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Might this be you?

If you’re interested in speaking at one of our future events and think you have what it takes, we’d love to hear from you! Please email us at hello@experienceux.co.uk with a speaker profile, a bit about yourself and why you want to speak at our event.

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FAQs

Who runs UX Bournemouth?

UX Bournemouth is held by Experience UX. Established in 2007 by Ali Carmichael and Damian Rees, on the belief that companies should be doing more to understand what their users need before designing digital products and services.

 

Will there be food available?

A buffet of lovely food from the guys at Lunch’d will be available on the night and this is included in the price of your ticket (along with a free drink). We will make sure vegetarians are catered for too.

Is there parking at the venue?

Unfortunately, the venue itself doesn’t offer any parking. There is however free parking in the area. In the lead up to the event, we will send out a map to show the best (and free) places to park.

Who is the event for?

You don’t need to be working in a UX role to come along. If you have an interest in learning more about it, and are looking for a fun filled evening, we’d love you to see you there.

  • 6 - 6.30 Registration & Nibbles

    Doors open at 6pm for nibbles and networking before the talks begin

  • 6:30 - 8 Three awesome speakers

    We’ll hear about the latest UX techniques and how focusing on user needs can transform services.

  • 8 - 11 Drinks and networking

    Plenty of time after the talks to network and grab a drink at the bar.

Previous Events

Public Service, Psychology and Passports at UX Bournemouth 3

July 2017

The summer is here and that meant it was time for our third UX Bournemouth – a sell-out event that’s attracting UXers and other professionals not only from our local area, but far-flung places such as Milton Keynes. We had another stellar lineup of speakers, kicked off by a bonus presentation from our very own Damian Rees who took a look at the last decade of UX and digital to mark our 10th birthday as a business.

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Tips, Tales and Trump at UX Bournemouth 2

February 2017

After the success of our first UX Bournemouth event back in October last year, we decided to pull together another lineup of outstanding UX speakers and treat you all to some food as well as a drink this time around. Our three speakers – Dave McRobbie, Adrian Howard and Conor Ward – took us on a journey through Donald Trump’s Twitter antics, the UX of management, and what a revolution in the luggage industry can tell us about UX.

Creating a community: Our first UX Bournemouth meetup

October 2016

Last night we ran our first ever UX event in Bournemouth. Our aim was to bring the UX community on the south coast together, and watching everyone chatting at the bar and enjoying a few drinks together it looks like we’ve made a good start!

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Previous Events

UX Bournemouth - February 2017

Tips, Tales and Trump at UX Bournemouth 2

After the success of our first UX Bournemouth event back in October last year, we decided to pull together another lineup of outstanding UX speakers and treat you all to some food as well as a drink this time around. Our three speakers – Dave McRobbie, Adrian Howard and Conor Ward – took us on a journey through Donald Trump’s Twitter antics, the UX of management, and what a revolution in the luggage industry can tell us about UX.

Creating a community: Our first UX Bournemouth meetup

Last night we ran our first ever UX event in Bournemouth. Our aim was to bring the UX community on the south coast together, and watching everyone chatting at the bar and enjoying a few drinks together it looks like we’ve made a good start!

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