Who is UX Brighton aimed at?

You don’t need to be a "UX designer" to attend UX Brighton. We aim our events at designers, developers, project managers, entrepreneurs, copywriters and basically anyone who thinks that listening to users makes them better at their job.

About UX Brighton

UX Brighton is a community group disseminating knowledge about all aspects of user experience, founded in 2008 by Danny Hope.

Our evening events happen on the 2nd tuesday of the month in central Brighton and we also run an annual conference, usually in November.

We're experimenting with running special in-depth workshops.

Organisers

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Danny HopeFounder

Danny is a User Experience consultant and the founder of UX Brighton. He curates the annual UX Brighton conference. Danny is also the cofounder of JS Bin, a tool for experimenting with web languages.
danny@uxbrighton.org.uk

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Emmeline Caines-GoobyEvent Manager

Emm has been the conference organiser since 2011, pulling together the myriad strands (and nagging Danny) to ensure the conference runs like clockwork. She also manages the monthly evening events and workshops. Emm loves lists and spreadsheets. And notebooks (the paper kind).
emmeline@uxbrighton.org.uk

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Luke HayOrganiser

Luke is a Senior Conversion Strategist at Fresh Egg and a freelance UX and Analytics consultant and trainer. He's been involved with UX Brighton for a couple of years and is also a co-organiser of UX Camp Brighton.

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Alex GoluszkoOrganiser

Alex is a designer and user experience practitioner with a keen interest in novel UIs and a passion for diversity in technology and design. She's been curating UX Brighton events since 2012, covering mobile user testing, healthcare UX and the Internet of Things.

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Patrick SansomOrganiser

Patrick founded UX Camp Brighton in 2011 and has run the event for the last three years. Currently working as a Digital Consultant at Brilliant Noise, focusing on UX strategy and delivery.

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Tom PriorOrganiser and Volunteer

Tom is the Creative Lead at Makemedia, and has been designing professionally since graduating in 2005. Tom collaborates closely with UX and development teams to develop the creative direction of projects from discovery workshops through to front-end fruition.

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Tim MinorOrganiser and Volunteer

Tim has been discussing, scoping, wireframing, designing and occasionally developing the front-ends of websites since 1999, focusing on user experience and accessibility. Tim is an independent user experience consultant.

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Harry BrignullOrganiser

Harry is an independent user experience consultant who blogs at 90percentofeverything.com and curates Darkpatterns.org — a site dedicated to understanding deceptive user interfaces, with the aim of stamping them out and improving the web for everyone.

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Paul FergusonVolunteer

Paul asked to be described as an inquisitive frontend developer with a bike addiction. Also a great and helpful guy!

Curate an event

Got an idea for a UX Brighton event you'd like to see? We'd love it if you wanted to curate an evening and put some speakers together! We have done this loads of times and can help you at every step.

We have a checklist to guide you through finding speakers, promoting the evening and running it on the night. We have a number of venues that we regularly use and can book for you. Drop us a line, join our Slack or send us a tweet and we'll get you started...